The Messy Middle Podcast is a podcast that talks with Creative Souls about the messy middle road and how we make magic within it. 

Listen in on soulful conversations with inspiring creatives and hear real authentic answers to the deeper questions we often find ourselves asking. 

Leave feeling curious, inspired and ready to take action. 


 

048: Rebecca Schoemaker: On Tarot & Trusting the 6th sense within

048: Rebecca Schoemaker: On Tarot & Trusting the 6th sense within

My name is Rebecca, but I am otherwise known as Laughing Eye Weeping Eye, my moniker. Laughing Eye Weeping Eye is a Spirit that I work with, manifesting stories, sounds, and clairvoyant images.

Laughing Eye Weeping Eye’s visions become tarot and oracle decks, written stories, art, music, and messages from the beyond which are shared in tarot and intuitive readings.

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047: Messy Middle Minisode-Race Talk Series with Whitney Lawless

 

In this mini series past guest and friend Whitney Lawless and I are talking about Race.  How it effects our creativity, our relationships, and the work that we are doing in the world.  

Listen in as we share a bit about our Messy Middle process.

To Join in on the conversation please join The Messy Middle Facebook Group.  I would love to hear your thoughts on Race, or any questions you are struggling with yourself. 

 

046: Daniella Zalcman: On the Power of Story

046: Daniella Zalcman: On the Power of Story

Daniella Zalcman is a documentary photographer based between London and New York. She is a multiple grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a fellow with the International Women's Media Foundation, and the founder of Women Photograph, an initiative working to elevate the voices of female and non-binary visual journalists.

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044: Tiffany Han: On finding Flow & Trusting Our Knowings

044: Tiffany Han: On finding Flow & Trusting Our Knowings

Tiffany Han, CPCC, is a writer, speaker, teacher, and coach whose work focuses on  helping highly-creative women embrace a new framework of creative productivity to design and build the businesses of their dreams and bring their best ideas to life. As the founder of Say Yes Creative LLC, Tiffany has been helping creative women take bold, inspired action towards their dreams since 2011.

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043 Sarah Driscoll & Coleen Hodges: The heart of business choosing the unconventional path

043 Sarah Driscoll & Coleen Hodges:  The heart of business choosing the unconventional path

Coleen is a mother of two, emergency room nurse, photographer and blogger located in Arizona. Her passion for capturing the beauty of the everyday started the second she became a mother. The launch of this passion project was a dream come true for her. She believes in capturing the beauty and unique spirit of every child. 

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040 Tanya Geisler: The Imposter Complex

040 Tanya Geisler: The Imposter Complex

Tanya Geisler is Leadership Coach (CPCC) with a penchant for clarity and an abhorrence of the Impostor Complex. She’s coached hundreds of high-performers combat the Impostor Complex so they can step into the starring roles of their lives and achieve their ultimate goals.

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039 Messy Middle Minisode #4: Foundations

039 Messy Middle Minisode #4: Foundations

This episode today is all about is foundations.  This is something that  I find myself talking about over and over, and its definetly influenced my teaching style.  I see a thread line in my acupuncture practice as well as in my old soccer and piano days.  I used this a lot back when I was coaching my students in my aerial bootcamp.  I just see this really big, glaring thing that I like to talk about, I truly believe that foundation building is where its at.  So I thought I’d take you through a little bit of my process around building foundations and how I use them in my daily life.

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037 Elise Blaha Cripe: On the Power of Trying and Making Bold Moves

037 Elise Blaha Cripe: On the Power of Trying and Making Bold Moves

I'm Elise and I make stuff. That's who I am and that's my job.

I started a blog in 2005 because I wanted to share my thoughts with the Internet. A year later, I began sharing craft projects and tutorials. In 2008, I opened my first online shop and since then, I have made and sold everything from letterpress prints to wooden plant stands.

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