The School of Bravery Podcast
I first heard about Ellis, because one of her patrons suggested that I would REALLY love her songwriting. I immediately became a patron myself. Then later met Ellis Delaney in person at the Rocky Mountain Song School & Folk Festival. She taught a really excellent workshop on planning, project management, and undefended living as an artist. In that workshop, she briefly mentioned her ADHD and I just knew she would be a perfect guest expert for The School of Bravery.
This month in the School of B…
As a creative visionary, a mom AND an attorney, Erika Amy joins us to discuss this month's theme in the School of Bravery! We're talking about BOUNDARIES!! How to enforce them. How to know when to enforce boundaries, and how to reinforce them!
I met Erika at a songwriting retreat she and I both attended last month and fell in love with her spirit and general attitude about life and creativity. I know y'all will love her as much as I do.
Erika Olson is teaching students of The School of Bravery…
As this month's featured School of Bravery student, Erin MaeLewis is with us this week! We talk about folk music -- mountain dulcimer, specifically -- and some of her previous "Seasons of Bravery." (i.e. surviving cancer at 20 years old and being a full-time modern folk musician! She also tells us about her current season of bravery and what she's got her sights set on these days!
If you like folk music and finding common ground with people (Lord, knows we need it today!), then you'll enjoy thi…
This week we get to welcome Kristen Kalp (of the podcast That's What She Said) to the School of Bravery!
Because this month's theme is Imagination & Reading Shadows, she and I talk about playing whack-a-mole, unexpected successes & failures, going into "bunker mode," what it's like to lose your marriage AND lose $43k to incorrectly reading shadows! We also cover 5 red flags to watch out for when you're making plans for big things!
As a guest expert, Kristen is teaching students of the school o…
Sara Avant Stover is with us today! This month in the School of Bravery and on the podcast we're focusing on the bravery ingredient of Context, specifically as it pertains to being vulnerable.
When I gave Sara a couple topics to choose from, she actually picked this topic, so get ready for some powerful and introspective looks at how context plays a role in our bravery and ability to be honest and vulnerable with others and within ourselves.
Sara Avant Stover is a teacher of feminine spiritual…
Today we have Janelle Jones joining us and I can't wait to share this with y'all. Janelle is a fellow business strategist friend of mine specifically helps mothers smash major goals. She is from Queens, New York, she is based in Atlanta, and is a single mom who travels the world with her toddler.
Today she and I are chatting about the MANY different layers of her life that would make her a hero in someone else's life. We also chat about some of the must-have tools she would suggest to any busin…
Today we have Martin Stellar with us! Martin is a former monk who is currently using those skills and experiences to assist ambitious creative entrepreneurs to really make a difference.
He himself is a brave creative all around: Writer. Illustrator. Marketing Educator. Teacher of sales magic. Singer. and Psychology fanatic.
I was particularly excited to discuss this month's School of Bravery theme of the Timing with him and how that element improves your improvisational skills and practice of …
I'm so honored to introduce you today's guest! Jonathan DeWaal is with us today to discuss the timing of improvisation, especially as it pertains to seasons of bravery and transition!
Jon is the executive director of Liminal Space, a nonprofit organization based out of Seattle, WA which is dedicated to helping others find the courage and means to navigate major life transition.
One nugget of a quote he laid down in today's conversation is this: "The gold we're often looking for is found in the…
- Quizzes (1)
- Emily Ann Says (43)
- Guest Expert (85)
- Featured Student (7)
- Bravery Ingredients (5)
- Events (7)
- Danielle Says (1)
- Erin Mae Says (2)
- Religious Trauma (4)
- Global Economics (4)
- Human Rights (3)
- Social Entrepreneurship (4)
- Sustainability (5)
- (Eco)Feminism (1)
- Toxic Saviorism (1)
- Cancel Culture (1)
- Leadership (1)
- Trauma + Business (3)
- Coaching Resources (2)
- FAQs (1)