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Designing a Creative Life: An Introduction

From: Guy Rathbun
Series: Designing a Creative Life
Length: 27:10

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This program is the result of an email journal about pioneering your own creative life. Creators Michael Reddell and Peggy Sonoda send subscribers a note every Sunday morning, and now and then they send something extra as well. Read the full description.

Spiral_block_small This program is the result of an email journal about pioneering your own creative life. Creators Michael Reddell and Peggy Sonoda send subscribers a note every Sunday morning, and now and then they send something extra as well.

In the first Sunday installment each month, they feature an in-depth conversation with someone who's pioneering their own creative path. They talk about the rewards and the challenges, the hurdles they've overcome, and that they still face. Michael and Peggy talk to creative people in lots of disciplines with unique personal experiences. These conversations are a great learning tool, illustrating how unique, and also how common to us all the issues are. 

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Piece Description

This program is the result of an email journal about pioneering your own creative life. Creators Michael Reddell and Peggy Sonoda send subscribers a note every Sunday morning, and now and then they send something extra as well.

In the first Sunday installment each month, they feature an in-depth conversation with someone who's pioneering their own creative path. They talk about the rewards and the challenges, the hurdles they've overcome, and that they still face. Michael and Peggy talk to creative people in lots of disciplines with unique personal experiences. These conversations are a great learning tool, illustrating how unique, and also how common to us all the issues are. 

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Interesting Process

That was a fascinating interview. The process they've been through sounds tough but they've gotten so much from it and the wonderful Outside the lines weekly newsletter may have never been created without this process. The interview really distilled the history of Windhook and the creation of the newsletter into a fun 27 minutes. Thanks Guy, Peggy and Michael.

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Great use of time

Great piece and concept. The idea of designing a creative life, and the intentional focus that provides is wonderful. And the program that highlights the concept is a great use of the
audio spectrum. I wish you the best with the series. This is good and nutritional listening.

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Great info

I listen to podcasts all day long and am excited about having this series to add to my playlist.

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Timing and Cues

Incue @ 00:00: Theme ...
Outcue for segment 1 @ 12:26: "We'll be right back."
62 second break with music bed
Incue for segment 2 @ 13:28: "This is Designing a Creative Life ..."
Outcue @ 27:10: ... theme ends.

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