Tag: creativity

  • EP 179 // The Vulnerability of Expansion // Christine Baird

    EP 179 // The Vulnerability of Expansion // Christine Baird

    “When we are doing worthfull work, there’s an expansion that happens and a vulnerability that goes along with it.” You know the vulnerability that comes from making something new and inviting other people to see/watch/read/listen/use it? I’ve been feeling that this week as I mailed out invitations to the opening party of my new studio. […]

  • EP 178 // Moving from Foggy to Aligned // Christine Baird

    EP 178 // Moving from Foggy to Aligned // Christine Baird

    “Oftentimes the fog is super valuable, even if it’s super uncomfortable most of the time . . . it’s valuable if we decide to find value in it.” I’m sharing some perspective that I now have from the last year — specifically how I moved from a foggy hibernation professionally to an energetic creative period […]

  • EP 177 // What Manifesting a Studio Was Like // Christine Baird

    EP 177 // What Manifesting a Studio Was Like // Christine Baird

    “I decided to give myself a greenlight.” After a month hiatus I am back with a great worthfull work story from my own life! I am now a studio owner. Wow! I know. It’s been an 8 month process that has gone at just the right pace for me — slow and steady. I’m so […]

  • EP 176 // When the Bubbles Burst // Christine Baird

    EP 176 // When the Bubbles Burst // Christine Baird

    “It’s so much more valuable within your career, and remember career can mean anything right now, to attach yourself to missions, ideas, and causes versus people, companies, and brands.” Because I’ve been reading and listening to some trend reports on our current economy, society, and culture, I’ve been thinking about how the inevitably of bubbles […]

  • EP 175 // When Not to Go All In // Christine Baird

    EP 175 // When Not to Go All In // Christine Baird

    “We don’t have to be pro athletes to understand that bad things happen if you go all in for too long on anything, anywhere in your life.” I’ve been thinking lately about how much I’ve been told during my professional career that if I really want to be successful, I need to go all in. […]