Why I conducted these interviews
I was born and raised in an artistic family - my parents, and most of my aunties and uncles are artists and musicians. Imagine a holiday get-together with them all in one room - yes, it gets crazy quickly!
But after years of painting, writing, I shied away from the arts and studied Computer Science and Math in college to "play it safe". For all the years I was happily employed, I sat in front of a desk at least 8 hours a day, navigating through dozens of conflicting calendar invites, and became a super ninja in Excel and 2x2 matrices.
Instead of waiting for a second chance to do it all over, the podcast enabled me to explore the possibilities through conversations with Cirque du Soleil artists, Broadway actors, classical and modern artists, musicians, screenwriters, world-class martial artists, even Blue Man from Blue Man Group!
They bring me on-stage, backstage and experience the adventures I had been waiting for. I'm not a fan, I'm a friend. These people showed me that they had chosen the really hard path, but nobody regrets it.
Is this for you?
If you are like me, who is hungry for knowledge and information from people who have completely different lives than you.
If you are artist - a dancer, a singer, a writer, a podcaster - these interviews will inspire you with new ideas, provide business guidance, and challenge you to rethink what's possible.
There's something we can only learn from daring artists who aren't afraid to risk their own lives: How we Live and Embody Our Art
“Art isn't only a painting. Art is anything that's creative, passionate, and personal. And great art resonates with the viewer, not only with the creator." - Seth Godin
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