This week is Craig Addis, a mechanical engineer with a second and third life of teaching, designing and building gorgeous boats, and mentoring kids through Boy Scouting. You can get a boat in eight weeks!
Find out more about building boats at the Hill Institute
Volunteer and support the Boy Scouts of America
More on the necessary elements for creative work: Lifehacker: The Science Behind Creativity
Why I started this podcast and a review of key takeaways from the first three guests.
Book review: How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain by Lisa Feldman Barrett
Listen to: Invisibilia on NPR
This great blog: Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Alison Jean Lester joins us today, talking about taking yourself away to get things done, self confidence, isolation and the importance of your champions and the “not to do list.”
She's the author of wonderful books including:
Yuki Means Happiness https://amzn.to/2PSa7c4
Lillian on Life https://amzn.to/2FdAfdB
Restroom Reflections https://amzn.to/2qDhLZW
Locked Out https://amzn.to/2FfZ60d
Communication, Your Key to Success https://amzn.to/2PMSquv
This week we welcome Hors D'Ouevres, drag queen extraordinaire. Hors runs her own entertainment company featuring body-positive, pun-filled burlesque and drag brunches. She cultivates and encourages new artists to grow a vibrant performance community.
Find out more here: houseofhors.com
and here: Valley Advocate review
Teaching, acting, directing, producing. Finding the courage to learn a one-woman show, and go put it on.
For more information on Eggtooth Productions: eggtooth.org