The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

Do you love astrophysics and ballet? Enjoy writing screenplays and code? Dream of applying your theater degree to the tech world? The Limit Does Not Exist is a podcast that believes when it comes to pursuing your passions, you shouldn’t have to choose. Through an entertaining and eye-opening mix of interviews, concrete tools, and real talk, hosts Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell help you follow your curiosity, embrace your individuality, and build an interdisciplinary career that’s as unique and dynamic as you are.... Show More

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In our ongoing takedown of the idea that the arts and sciences are polar opposites, we bring you Dr. Aomawa Shields and Amy Secunda: two actresses turned astronomers! They tell us exactly how they made the transition from studying scripts to stars and trusted what the universe was telling them. Plus, the ultimate selflessness of self-care, how to know when to focus or diversify, and why your 12-year-old self might not actually have... Read more

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How do you make a real impact in the world? This week’s guest Gabriele Almon is a former humanitarian staffer turned undercover Hollywood operative who’s bringing the creative industry and the public sector together to do just that. She tells us how she’s leveraging storytelling to create transformational change, and she’s joined by her husband and former TLDNE guest Billy Almon, a designer and storyteller with a passion for nature... Read more

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February 10, 2020 49 min

We think Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate and reflect on partnerships of all kinds, not just romantic ones. In this special C&C episode, we’re taking you behind the scenes of our creative partnership and talking about why we work so well together. We’ve got lots of personal insights on how to build a partnership from the ground up, as well as tips from professionals. Whether you’re looking for a new partner in creativity o... Read more

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What do you do when you find yourself in a major life transition with no apartment, no relationship, no job, and no idea what you want to do next? This week’s guest Dr. Sabriya Stukes took a “radical sabbatical” to discover what she cared most about and how she wanted to make an impact in the world. Whether you’ve got a lot of change happening all at once or the desire to switch things up a bit, listen in. This episode is full of r... Read more

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If you're struggling to find your place online, both creatively and as a human in general, listen up! Our guest is Maya Man, an artist and technologist based in New York City who’s building experiments at the Google Creative Lab, dancing in studios and public spaces, and maintaining her love/hate relationship with the internet, which she describes as mostly love. We discuss how to disrupt your daily screen trance, turn a world ... Read more

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Welcome to Office Hours, a new kind of episode in which we tackle your big questions and common Human Venn Diagram challenges! This week, we’re talking about what to do when you feel overwhelmed — by decisions, work, feelings, social media, the news, or everything all at once. We discuss how to let overwhelm be a map instead of a roadblock, and share lots of strategies to help you choose your next project, begin it with confidence,... Read more

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Have you ever felt like having a day job to pay the bills makes you somehow less of a creative? What if that day job turns you into a pioneer of a brand-new field? Mikhael Tara Garver is a living example of this — she’s a director, experiential architect, founder of experiential entertainment studio 13Exp, and recently joined Category41 as Head of Experiential Entertainment. Mikhael shares how her theater background and love of spr... Read more

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Wondering if you’re on the right path — or if your path even exists yet? We’ve got you. Our guest is Keith Kirkland, a mechanical engineer, accessories designer, and industrial designer who’s the cofounder of Wear Works, a wearable technology startup. Keith fills us in on what he’s building at Wear Works, how it’s the perfect destination of his zigzag path, and why following what feels authentic to us is the most generous thing we ... Read more

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Who’s in your community? If the idea of finding your people feels abstract, scary, or totally impossible, press play! Our guest is Stephanie Pereira, a community engagement expert and the Director of NEW INC, an incubator for creators working at the intersection of art, design and technology. Tune in for game-changing tips on how to build a real following and successfully launch your next great creative idea into the world. Learn ... Read more

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January 6, 2020 45 min

Welcome to #TLDNE2020! We’re back with concrete tools, real talk, and a whole lot of inspiration for you as you kick off your own fresh start and/or thrilling return. In this Cate & Christina episode, we’ll discuss how to recession-proof your creative practice and why early-career setbacks can set you up for success. Plus, we’ll help you connect your own personal dots with something we call Life Graph. Learn more about your ad... Read more

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December 23, 2019 1 min

When it comes to pursuing your passions, you shouldn’t have to choose. The Limit Does Not Exist is a podcast for people who want to embrace the “and” instead of “or” in their careers — offering concrete tools, real talk, and conversations with inspiring guests who have crafted their own interdisciplinary careers across STEM and the arts. The Limit Does Not Exist is a podcast from iHeartRadio and co-hosts serial entrepreneur/storyte... Read more

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In this very special Cate & Christina episode you’ll hear why we’re both naming our summers the Summer of Joy (Reprise)! We also discuss the magic of discovering and leaning into your superpower, the phase of exploration that’s essential for any creative endeavor (and creative life in general), and we share some big news. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

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It’s our 100th episode, live from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California! We’re thrilled to be talking with five visual strategists from The Studio at JPL: David Delgado, David Levine, Liz de la Torre, Lois Kim, and Dan Goods, who founded the group. You’ll hear how they partner with scientists and engineers to help them “think through their thinking,” as well as communicate both within NASA and with the public about ... Read more

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If your dream job doesn’t exist yet, how do you hustle your way forward? That’s a perfect question for Amy Emmerich, the Chief Content Officer at Refinery29 and your newest career cheerleader. Amy started out behind the camera and is now driving content strategy across all platforms, constantly adapting to an ever-changing storytelling landscape. Amy discusses the key ingredients that have helped her succeed in a highly original ca... Read more

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When you think of a magician, do you think of a guy in a top hat? Or things like 3D printing and the Pythagorean Theorem? Meet Kayla Drescher, a professional magician who’s also part scientist, part comedian, and part bartender. Kayla tells us what being a full-time magician actually looks like: from the entrepreneurial side, to developing her own unique voice, to studying science in order to defy it. You’ll also hear how she’s tak... Read more

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It’s an extra special highlights episode! We’ve gathered together some of our favorite advice for new graduates, parents of graduates, and anyone taking a big leap or starting something new. You’ll hear from visual artist Lia Halloran, MET Orchestra timpanist Jason Haaheim, Fractured Atlas founder Adam Huttler, and LEGO artist Adam Ward. Listen in as you prepare for your next big adventure! Learn more about your ad-choices at http... Read more

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It’s Teacher Appreciation Week! To show our appreciation for teachers and their integral roles in our development as lifelong learners, we’re sitting down with three listeners who are stellar math teachers and Human Venn Diagrams in their own right. You’ll hear Tori Raddatz, Emily Dennett and Emily Hart talk authenticity, inspiration, self care and everything in between—and we guarantee you’ll feel all the feelings for the teachers... Read more

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Do you remember what you were doing last Tuesday? Cesar Kuriyama does. He’s a director, animator, 3D VFX artist and the creator of the 1 Second Everyday app, which records—you guessed it—one second of every single day. You’ll hear about Cesar’s life-changing journey that began with a decision to quit his job in advertising and take a full year off. Plus, the power of memory triggers, why “creative human person” is Cesar’s title of ... Read more

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If you want to know how 1218 drones made a flying snowboarder in the sky at this year’s Winter Olympics, listen up! We’re geeking out with Intel’s General Manager of Drone Light Shows, Natalie Cheung, about pulling off epic spectacles at the Olympics, Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl performance, Coachella and lots more. Natalie shares how she ended up with a job that didn’t exist until recently and gives advice on jumping into a line of wor... Read more

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April 14, 2018 82 min

Ready, set, finish! We’re talking about finish lines and how to get to them without burnout, worrying what will come next or not finishing at all. We also discuss how to make decisions and not second-guess them, why creative effort is never wasted, and the power of getting to an answer even if the answer is no. Plus, why we encourage you to cut yourself some slack. Hint: You’re doing a great job! Learn more about your ad-choices a... Read more

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