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Ep.50: Your Assumptions Are Your Windows On The World

Aug. 26, 2020

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won't come in.” ― Alan Alda When we make assumptions we miss out on the art of understanding and curiosity. Have the courage…

Ep.49: Torching Negative Self Talk Before it Burns You

Aug. 19, 2020

Lion's and Tigers and... negative self-talk? No bears in this episode lol but in today's episode I share a story from a magic show I was dancing in and how my inner thoughts and negative self-talk tried to take over. Oftenti…

Ep.48: Organized Mornings for Messy Creatives

Aug. 12, 2020

Your creativity and goals are limited by the intentions you set for your day. You can choose to make your day or let your day make you. I choose to make my day but having morning rituals that creating a surefire antidote for…

Ep.47: Preventing Pitfalls in the Creative Process

Aug. 5, 2020

When it comes to the creative process, or really any goal you're aiming towards, there are internal and external elements that can get in the way. Since our creativity is a never ending process of growth, there are elements …

Ep.46: Waiting for Inspiration to Strike... and Why That Doesn't Work

July 29, 2020

Building momentum when you're feeling drained can feel like your life force has been sucked out of you can make action feel like it's living a mile away. I get it. I feel you! Motivation, momentum, and feeling energized is o…

Ep.45: Secret to Snapping Out of Pre-Photoshoot Doubts

July 22, 2020

It never fails! 24 hours before a photoshoot and I'm hating on myself. Ever been there? Andddd we've been in quarantine so the struggle is extra extra real lol. I had the opportunity to shoot with an amazing photographer, Le…

Ep.44: Poem: Stages of Life

July 15, 2020

Transitions in life can be difficult, especially staring into a big unknown. The question I've asked myself like many others when a door shuts, "What next?" I wrote this poem last week, my heart was pouring out as I saw what…

Ep.43: Peak Performance on & off stage

July 8, 2020

"Good Is good enough" done is better than perfect... a statement that can be a double edged sword. Check out the episode to see where this applies and where you can take it to the next level. Performing full out on & off st…

Ep.42: 4 Impactful Things I've Learned after 1 Year of Podcasting

July 1, 2020

Reflecting on 1 year of podcasting I've learned a few things of what to do and what NOT to do that I hope to pass on to you whether you're itching to start a podcast or set a new goal. "What worked, what didn't, what can I d…

Ep.41: How a Dancer Pivots & Perseveres w/ Danial Brown

June 24, 2020

Danial Brown started performing at the age of two. By the age of six, he was on a national tour with The Hollywood Hooligans and has never looked back. Since then, Danial has performed on Broadway, been in over 70 national c…

Ep.40: From Corporate to Choreographer w/ Brian Mueca

June 17, 2020

"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge" -Albert Einstein | Dance choreographer & studio owner, Brian Mueca shares his transition from his corporate career to pursuing his pa…

Ep.39: Processing Emotions in a Healthy Way

June 10, 2020

Emotions are on the rise and when it comes to knowing how to deal with our emotions, many of us were never taught how to do so in a healthy way. In this episode I talk about 4 steps you can take to process your emotions to p…

Ep.38: How to Rock the Virtual Stage w/ Rich Bontrager

June 3, 2020

Rich gives valuable tips for taking the first step into the virtual stage, how he overcame adversity to then use as fuel to help others going through adversity, and how the power of hope can empower people to live their drea…

Ep. 37: Creating a Flashmob in 2 Hours

May 27, 2020

It's interesting how much we can actually accomplish in a small amount of time when we're given the challenge! "We underestimate what we can do in little time, and overestimate what we can do in much time." In this episode …

Ep.36: Handle Fear Like the Karate Kid

May 20, 2020

My amazing husband came on as a guest to tell a story of a valuable story about a time he handled/or didn't handle fear as a kid. Remember that movie the Karate Kid? Yea he had something to do with it too! haha Go to www.spa…

Ep.35: Creative Burnout - Passing out at a Cirque audition

May 18, 2020

Creative flow fuels you to move forward, creative burnout forces you to slow down. I talk about an experience I had when burnout put me in a stage of regret, made me lose work, costed me a hefty 10,000 hospital bill and the …

Ep.34: How to have a Flexible Mindset

May 11, 2020

You might spend time to work on strengthening your muscles and body’s flexibility, but do you spend as much time strengthening your mindset? It takes a flexible mindset to have the ability to move forward in spite of change,…

Ep.33: Magic & The Artistic Accident w/ Professional Magician Mark Paskell

May 6, 2020

Mark Paskell is a professional magician based out of Los Angeles, and he also specializes in designing custom shows, trade shows, and product launches. His corporate client list includes ABC, Health Net, Walt Disney Studios,…

Ep.32: Your Creative Subconscious Mind

April 24, 2020

It can work for you or against you. I breakdown the mind into pieces, and show you how to break bad habits and limiting beliefs and replace them with good ones.

Ep.31: Improv, Flow, & Advice to Younger Self w/ Jesse Lewis

April 23, 2020

In this episode I jumped on a quick interview with Motivational Comedy Stage Hypnotist, Jesse Lewis, to ask what advice he would give to his younger self. We also talk about going with the flow on stage.

Ep.30: Stage Stories w/ Comedians John Bizarre & Nancy Ryan Part 2

April 22, 2020

This is PART2 of the Hilarious interview with 2 comics who have the most fascinating stories performing with celebrities, insights, & lessons learned over the years.

Ep.29: Stage Stories w/ Comedians John Bizarre & Nancy Ryan Part 1

April 21, 2020

Hilarious interview with 2 comics who have the most fascinating stories performing with celebrities, insights, & lessons learned over the years.

Ep.28: The Creative Critic & Problem with TOO many Ideas

April 20, 2020

Overwhelm. Burnout. The burden of TOO many ideas and the thoughts that follow. All things creatives can relate to.

Ep.27: Building Creative Solutions w/ Cree8 Studios

April 19, 2020

Get a behind the scenes glimpse of stage and television. Todays interview is with Cree, Owner of Cree8 Studios, which is a state of the art fabrication & design company that has paved the way in creating the highest level of…

Ep.26: When Creativity is Your Superpower

April 18, 2020

Creatives CREATE OR FIND A WAY! Are you making excuses or possibilities?

Ep.25: Momentum in Quarantine - Keep your Fire Burning

April 17, 2020

Don't let the Quarantine cause you lose momentum! Keep your fire lit!!

Ep.24: Like Putting a Flower on Poo

April 16, 2020

Garbage in garbage out! All the creativity won't cover up the crap if you keep letting crap in! I talk about how to address limiting your "crap" intake lol

Ep. 23: What's a Closet Creative?

April 15, 2020

Are you a closet creative? Wherever you fall on the creative spectrum, I talk about some key tips that will help you when thoughts of doubt inhibit you from creating to your fullest potential.

Ep.22: A Poem for loved ones passed

April 10, 2020

5 Years ago today, my grandmother went to be with the Lord. I don't have the words to explain what she meant to me and what a huge piece of my life she was. I couldn't get up to speak at her funeral because I was too scared …

Ep.21: Fundraiser miracle gone wrong... in my head.

April 10, 2020

As we step into the discomfort of our current status, remember to stay present and celebrate your wins. We don’t know what the horizon holds, and we can’t tell the future, all we have control over is how we where we allow ou…

Ep. 20: Red Car, Red Car, Red Car!

April 9, 2020

Where are you putting your focus? Whether it be backstage, work settings and even relationships, what we put our focus on expands will keep showing up in your life.... so if this is true, then what do you want to keep showin…

Ep. 19: How Comedians Cope with Conflict w/ Brooklyn Dicent

April 2, 2020

Laughing releases endorphins into the brain and is good for the immune system. Special guest Brooklyn Dicent is a motivational speaker, and comedian who teaches us how to find balance with humor in the current crisis, how to…

Ep. 18: A Message to fellow Performers during Covid-19

April 1, 2020

As performers, artists, and dancers, we're left with a sort of void like many people. In this episode I go into the varying emotions I've experienced, what I'm seeing others go through, and hopefully some comfort and a slive…

Ep. 17: The weeds of doubt in our mind

March 12, 2020

Allowing the weeds of doubt, regret, bitterness and negativity will overgrow your garden.

Ep. 16: Imposter Syndrome before going on stage

Feb. 10, 2020

In this episode I talk about Imposter syndrome seconds before going on stage, what I do about it, and turning it into something you can appreciate. I also address the inevitable feelings dancers have of "When the curtain clo…

Ep.15: Super Bowl Halftime from a dancers perspective

Feb. 4, 2020

Regardless of your views or preference, this episode gives an inside look from a dancers perspective. Check it out and let me know if you can relate :)

Ep.14: How to Generate Ideas -according to Einstein

Jan. 15, 2020

Learn some techniques that Albert Einstein used to brainstorm, solve a problem or come up with new ideas when he was stuck! Every have writers block? Brain fry? Stuck on a problem? Try one of these techniques.

Ep.13: Lessons from the Great Fire of London

Jan. 13, 2020

Recorded this segment in London after visiting The Monument, drawing some parallels on how it’s an analogy for what we can do to avoid spreading toxicity in our lives.

Ep.12: Micro Habits for 2020 - Recorded in Paris

Jan. 6, 2020

Recorded this episode on a train in Paris, about the importance of micro habits on your journey of self improvement and success.

Ep.11: Receiving compliments for the creative mind

Oct. 29, 2019

Is it egotistical to accept compliments for our talents? I talk about how to accept compliments with grace, especially when it comes to our art or creations.

Ep.10: Triggers for Pre-Creative Mode

Aug. 23, 2019

Performance artists and creative individuals typically have “pre-show rituals” to get in the mode of SHOWTIME! Sometimes these are as simple as drinking a coffee or cracking your neck. I talk about these triggers and how you…

Ep.9: The missing puzzle piece in our big picture

Aug. 22, 2019

The big picture is the goal and its crucial to have the big picture in mind, but if we don't focus on other crucial elements along the way, we'll ultimately sabotage our success with those goals. Tune in to the lessons learn…

Ep.8: Invisible Roadblocks in our Goals

Aug. 6, 2019

I’m being vulnerable about my own feelings of self doubt, guilt & imposter syndrome. I talk about the difference between roadblocks that hinder us and roadblocks that grow us.

Ep.7: Creative people with Imposter Syndrome

July 20, 2019

My theory is that Creative minded people struggle with their inner critic or imposter syndrome an entirely different level! Creative people are usually entertainers, artists, inventors, musicians, designers or even those who…

Ep.6: I Can’t draw an Elephant

July 12, 2019

A lesson for my step-son on not saying “I Can’t” and the difference it made just a few minutes! If it’s so simple for children, why do we as adults struggle with it daily?

Ep.5: What’s your purpose?

July 8, 2019

Remember when you were a kid and you had hopes and dreams? What happened to those? There’s a reason why those desires were there.

Ep.4: Let it go! Just like in Frozen

July 5, 2019

In this episode I talk about a story that paints a parallel to things we aren’t letting go of

Ep.3: Terrified of public speaking

July 3, 2019

How I got my start public speaking. I was terrified! Did you know that more people fear public speaking than they fear death?! It's a real phobia. Good things come when you step into fear and CRUSH it!

Ep.2: Is there a consequence for inaction?

July 2, 2019

How do your actions or lack of taking action affect those around you? A small but mighty lesson I learned at a water park

Ep.1: Anticipating the fall - Our Flyboarding adventures

July 1, 2019

Are you hesitant when you’re faced with the unknown? In this episode I share a story about taking my husband to go Fly boarding for his birthday. Both of us learned some valuable lessons that we applied that day and I hope y…