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Creativity School

Oct 29, 2019

How can we forever change the course of our life by listening to our inner nudges and "following the feeling?" Our guest this week has a story that exemplifies everything we discuss on this show, and the magic that unfolds when you listen and take action!

This week on Creativity School, I’m talking to Kimothy Joy, a watercolor and pen illustrator passionate about creating artwork that uplifts and empowers women and girls. Kimothy shares how she went from feeling lost, broken, and disconnected from herself to discovering her love of watercolor painting. In a very short amount of time, her work went from simply living on her dining room table, to being seen at Women’s Marches all around the world, to then being published in her book That's What She Said: Wise Words from Influential Women.

Listen to learn why it’s so important to play and do the things that make you curious, how to begin to listen to the little nudges that are telling you what to do, and how to get into your flow to let your creative path unfold. We also talk about THE SECRET to creating your best work from the inside out, and how most people get this all backwards! If you need a dose of magical inspiration this episode is for you!


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Mentioned in this episode:

  • The importance of playing and doing what makes you curious

  • The roadmap to finding what your creative calling is

  • How to listen to the nudges and learn to distinguish between your wise inner voice and your critical monkey mind

  • How to get into your flow and allow your creative path to unfold

  • Developing an abundance mindset

  • The formula for creating from the inside out





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