Emma Briggs sailed the world on Greenpeace ships for 15 years, both as a volunteer and in various crew roles. Today she speaks about life and work aboard the Rainbow Warrior, the places she visited on board the ship, and what it was like to join the ship without prior experience of this kind.
In this episode, Tori Telfer reads an essay about gaining confidence as a writer, and she and I talk about funny moments from our early freelance writing careers. Tori also discusses her transition into working on projects she is passionate about, along with the importance of self-funding projects. She can be found at: https://www.toritelfer.com/
For this episode I spoke with Tabetha Landt, an artist and teacher of Julia Cameron's classic Artist's Way program. Tabetha believes every person is inherently creative, and she discusses the importance of clearing away the thoughts and beliefs that keep people from honoring creative impulses and exploring their potential. She also discusses how she discovered painting at age 30 and the path she took to remake herself into an successful studio artist. Tabetha can be found at...
Audrey Murray has some wild stories to tell about her year traveling through the former soviet union countries. In this episode, she will read an essay about her unusual experiences in Turkmenistan, tell us the story of how she almost got kidnapped, and share a few more highlights from her journey. Audrey's book can be found here.