154 - Guestcasts


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Hello and welcome to the The Spark & The Art creativity podcast. Thank you for subscribing to our weekly podcast, where we alternate between interviews with creative folks from all different career levels and insight and inspiration episodes. All with the intention you’ll get what you need to get your creative projects started and, more importantly, finished.

I’m your host Tucker and this week is guest casts. 

Guest casts was a concept I was playing with where other people would do an insight and inspiration episode. I wasn’t sure if they were going to be a regular thing or perhaps a Patreon subscriber bonus. I asked a few people to do some as an experiment and you are going to hear two of them today. 

Ready? Here we go …

Thanks, David, I appreciate the time you took to put together an episode. I was reminded of the interview with David B. Goldstein TheSparkAndTheArt.com/74. David Goldstein’s book is about using your personality type to be your best creative self you can be. 

Next up is recent guest Melissa Dinwiddie. I’ll be back on the other side to give a wrap this all up. So, here’s Melissa …

My wife just finished a garden path in the front of our house. She’s been planning it for the 11 years since we moved in. Just about an hour ago she got it done. She worked on it all day just to get the project out of her way. She posted it to Facebook and said “it’s not perfectly how I envisioned it but I still like it and more importantly it’s DONE” without even listening to this episode she practiced Intentional Imperfectionism and it made her feel fantastic. 

Visit MelissaDinwiddie.com for more insightful episodes and a podcast. If you are a musician and are hoping to make a living with your music you should head to David’s website MusicianEtrepreneurHQ.com for great articles and a podcast and of course, sign up to find out when his new book comes out. 

Thanks again to David and Melissa for putting together these episodes for the show and thank you for listening. And remember: You won’t get the art without the work and you won’t do the work without the spark.