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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June 1, 2020 52 min

It’s our Season 3 finale! If you've been listening for awhile, you already know that we're fans of seasons. We think they're a great opportunity to take stock, find new inspiration, make some changes, and come up with a catchy name. Press play to hear a few of the changes we're making, how we're staying inspired, and what we've named our summers. And yes, there is a Lightning Round. 

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As we continue to navigate the changing landscape of this challenging time, we’re joined by Richard Nash, a coach who specializes in helping creatives become more entrepreneurial, business folks become more creative, and all types of professionals become more comfortable with transitions. No stranger to career zigs and zags, Richard brings his range of theater, publishing, and entrepreneurial experience to our conversation. We disc...

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Since a lot of us are going through transitions right now, we’ve rounded up some of the best TLDNE advice for fresh starts, restarts, changes in direction, or entirely different roadmaps. Tune in to hear Stephanie Pereira, Tyler Thrasher, Dr. Sabriya Stukes, and Jen Gotch share mindsets, strategies, and perspectives that will help you take your next step.

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This week, Natalie Settles invites us on her pilgrimage through art and science and shares many insights along the way. Natalie is an award-winning artist and scientist whose work recasts the interdisciplinary relationship between evolutionary biology and Victorian design. Her ability to move between disciplines and make art in limited spaces has given Natalie a unique lens on the creative process, the health crisis, and transition...

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How do you explain who you are and what you do in a way that makes sense to others — and more importantly, to you? We’re here to help you present your myriad strengths as the highly valuable package that they are, by identifying your personal brand, translatable skills, and even what the heck to put on your website. So whether you’re gearing up to change careers, move into a new industry, or you just want to feel comfortable and co...

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Power duo alert! This week, we’re talking with Andrea Beaty, author of the children’s book series The Questioneers (which includes Rosie Revere, Engineer and Iggy Peck, Architect) and Lauren Gunderson, America’s most produced playwright and Andrea’s collaborator in taking Rosie and friends from the page to the stage. Andrea tells us how a multidisciplinary kid from the Midwest became a famous author by being “gifted with obliviousn...

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Ever wish you had a friend who understood the ins and outs of your multidisciplinary life and also spoke finance fluently? Consider Claire Van Holland your new BFF. Claire tells us how she moved from corporate media to furniture and home goods, and then to the CV Ledger, her accountancy firm for creatives — all while dancing along the way. Listen in for business real talk without jargon or judgement, and guidance on how to build a ...

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April 13, 2020 45 min

As we navigate this continually changing landscape, we’re back with another C&C episode. This week, we’re sharing updates from our lives as we do our best to find balance and a little bit of breathing room amidst the chaos — and even create some positive change in the ways we know how. Also: making a care budget, redefining Slacktivism, and staying sane on social media.

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Is it really possible to follow all of your curiosities for a living? Say hello to Tyler Thrasher. He's made a career out of exploring caves, hybridizing plants, and growing crystals on insects, and he's here to tell us how. It starts with a major pivot away from computer animation and a return to his love of the natural world, hacking his fascinations and building a business model to support his life as a full-time (and se...

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We might be isolated, but we’re here. In this special C&C episode, we’re sharing some resources, ideas, feelings, and encouragement that we hope will help during this challenging and uncertain time of COVID-19. While we don't know what tomorrow or even the next hour looks like, we do know we can get through it together. If anyone can, it's this community of Human Venn Diagrams.

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Can dreams really change? Does a creative life have to be all or nothing? Should you give up or keep going? If you’ve ever asked yourself questions like these, this episode is a must-listen. Our guest is Rachel Friedman, author of And Then We Grew Up: On Creativity, Potential, and the Imperfect Art of Adulthood. We discuss how to customize your creativity in a way that’s truly aligned with who you are, as Rachel shares the through-...

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In honor of our podcast’s official holiday, we’re celebrating all things Pi and pie! Our special guest is Lauren Ko: an artist, self-taught baker, and the founder of the wildly popular Instagram account @lokokitchen. We get the dish from Lauren about how she creates her incredibly vibrant and intricate geometric pies, how she navigated a 180º career shift to go all-in on baking, and why it’s perfectly ironic that she now reimag...

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How do you make a real career out of your multiple interests? Including things like paid time-off, health insurance, and retirement savings? Today, we’re sharing tons of resources and strategies to help you claim your worth, negotiate your rates, manage your taxes, and take ownership of your finances. Because you deserve it.

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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 ...

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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,...

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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...

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