with Angie Dixon
Angie Dixon is a writer and teacher specializing in creativity and creative people. Her book, The Leonardo Trait, is designed for people who say "Yes!" when asked, "What do you want to do with your life?" Angie believes that Leonardos, or multitalented, multitasking creative geniuses, are special people and deserve to be treated as such.
I'm assuming, but I think it's a fair assumption, that creativity at least sometimes seems hard to most people.
These days, it seems everyone has a tip for how to be creative.
Do you ever wonder why Mona Lisa's smiling? The answers may be here, in Angie Dixon's groundbreaking new work on creativity, multiple passions, and people who say YES!!! to everything.
There are things you do if you want to be successful in this world. Admittedly, Steve Jobs didn't do them, and Bill Gates didn't do them, but you are supposed to do them.
What's your thing you'd do if you couldn't fail?
On making a creative living as a freelance writer.
I want to talk about why the world needs Superman, and what is really the pinnacle of success.
What I've discovered is you don't make money trying to make money.
Looking at things from a slightly skewed point of view.
An informal poll with five important questions.
Often we don't think of creating as being particularly courageous, but I assure you it is.