Category: Business

Make your (business) life more profitable, magical, and meaningful in 15 minute(ish) doses with Kristen Kalp.

September 22, 2015

27: The waterfall, the bucket, and big magic.

Big questions with no answers: a rare That's What She Said happening!  If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the never-ending stream of STUFF that is the internet, listen in.


September 15, 2015

26: You are called to expand.

The game of it is getting more alive
each day, refusing to close
or to stifle your whole being
in the face of despair.

The trick of it is opening relentlessly,
letting all the world reach you:
exposing your neck to a creature who may bite.
Refusing to kill off your most vital bits when it does.

...and when you find those who are more alive than you,
ask their secrets.
(This is the only one
I know so far.)

Expansion, contraction, and the best obituary you can imagine.  It's light and dark, easy and oh-so-difficult, in this episode of That's What She Said.


September 8, 2015

25: For those dreams that will not die

In which we throw the practical out the window and ask what your soul wants, what you need to thrive, and how to avoid existential meltdowns in the Trader Joe's parking lot.  ::ahem:: Not that THAT'S ever happened to me.

It's the final days of registration for Calling to the Deep, in which we do the work that scares the shit out of you for 69 days in a row.  

Let's do it together.  (That's what she said.)


September 1, 2015

24: “But I’m not an artist” with Jeanette Leblanc

Today, with lovely human Jeanette Leblanc, we talk about the hard work of expanding and contracting as part of the creative process, pretending your creative work isn't necessary, and other fun stuff that all the creatives face at one point or another.

We talk about the heartbreak of never quite feeling like an artist and of being chased by the muse and wanting/not wanting to be found simultaneously.

Find Jeanette here, love her on Instagram here, and sign up for her latest blog posts here.


P.S.  Calling to the Deep: get in it if you know it's time to do your work