Fear, Failure, & Following My Passion | My Interview with the Pure Creative Force Podcast
I’m excited to share my recent conversation with Kristi Daniels McNab, life coach and owner of the Pure Creative Force podcast.
She believes in waking up to our inner strength to consciously create the life, the experiences, the relationships, the work places, the businesses that we really want.
I hope you resonate with my spoken words just as much as those I have written. If you’re looking to pursue a passion of yours, or want to live your life like a pro in general, I think you’ll benefit from this conversation. Have a listen:
Below is an outline of the topics covered. You can see the full published interview here.
1:51 — How I turned a side hobby into a business
5:50 — What I’ve learned about myself since starting my own business
7:25 — Creating boundaries with social media and limiting my to-do list to six items
8:51 — One of the most rewarding experiences with my business: inspiring younger generations to live their passions
11:47 — My biggest challenges and how I work to overcome: the pressure you feel is your own, give yourself permission to redefine success, embrace change and create as you go
13:52 — What it means to “Live life like a PRO": how you carry yourself is everything, it’s the energy you transmit to everyone you touch
20:00 — How I define creativity
26:15 — How I keep my creativity alive and flowing; letting my curiosity and wonder lead her on travel adventures
29:40 — My greatest inspiration
32:27 — My biggest champions
34:05 — My advice for following your passions
36:16 — How to move past any creative “rut” using Einstein’s combinatory play
At the end of the day, it is completely up to you to decide how you want to spend your days. Just remember that how you spend your days is how you will spend your life. Does that perspective change your priorities? If so, let’s talk. I’d love to see how I can help you put your passions into practice.
Hungry for a creative career that enabled me to leverage the power of photography and social media—while capitalizing on an unrelenting work ethic—I turned my side hobby into a living, breathing business.