The Lisa Congdon Sessions

By Lisa Congdon, Co-Loop Podcast Network

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The Lisa Congdon Sessions is a podcast for creative folks about living and working with more intention, curiosity, and joy. Most interesting to Lisa is what happens at the intersection between life as an artist and life as a human, with all our baggage, aspirations, hopes and dreams. From big questions to practical ones about business, social media, time management, and finding your way through the winding creative path- each episode Lisa will share stories, tips, insights, and conversations from the heart.

Episode Date
Episode 5: What it Means to Have an Artistic Voice (Part 1)
00:25:42
Jun 10, 2021
Episode 4: Being Creative in Stressful Times
00:19:03

Short, great article on Diffuse Thinking

My book Find Your Artistic Voice.

New Color in the Times of Slow Coffee Exhibit

More on the exhibit. 

 

May 20, 2021
Episode 3: Practice
00:17:45
May 06, 2021
Episode 2: Own Your Story
00:22:15

Like this episode? You might also like my book, You Will Leave a Trail of Stars: Words of Inspiration for Blazing Your Own Path, which you can purchase directly from me or from Amazon or wherever books are sold.

Imposter Syndrome Study from 1978.

Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome, Harvard Business Review. By Ruchika Tulshyan and Jodi-Ann Burey.

The episode I refer to at the beginning and end of this Episode is Episode 1. If you haven't listened to it yet, I hope you will! I share my story and background of how I became an artist there. 

Apr 22, 2021
Episode 1: Lisa's Story
00:35:20
I decided to launch the podcast with an episode that sets the stage with my story - context for who I am and how I came to be a working artist and champion of the creative path. My story is different than most because I didn’t actually pick up a paintbrush until I was 32 years old, and I didn’t begin life as a professional artist until I was nearly 40. I never studied art or design in school. So, as you can imagine, one of the most common questions I get is: how did I go from an adult who had zero artistic aspirations or experience to someone whose life 20 years later is defined by art and an interest in the creative path? This first episode is that story, with lots of juicy bits, including my 13-year-old celebrity crush! -Lisa Congdon
Apr 08, 2021
Welcome to The Lisa Congdon Sessions
00:01:42

lisacongdon.com
instagram.com/lisacongdon/

Apr 05, 2021