Hi — I'm Laurie Gunning Grossman, host of Being Home With Hunker. For this last episode of the year, I wanted to replay a conversation I had with interior designer, HGTV star, furniture designer, and author Leanne Ford about the launch of her new print magazine, Feel Free.
So why this particular podcast conversation?
As we enter into the new year, many of us have dreams, goals, and intentions of things we want to create or experience in the year ahead.
It’s a moment of great momentum—and I think that what Leanne represents, and what her magazine represents, is the freedom that comes when we give ourselves permission to take chances, to say yes, to be okay with not being perfect. Like, it’s okay to make mistakes … as long as we’re trying.
As she says in this conversation, “What's this perfection thing we're all aiming for?"
She says, “Raise your hand if you've done it. Who's perfect? So let's just cool it.” She goes on to recite a quote from the John Steinbeck book East of Eden which is, "Now that you don't have to be perfect, you can be good."
So, if you’ve wanting to try something new or to take a chance on an idea that you’ve been sitting on, no matter what it is, listen to this episode. It’s pure inspiration. And then, after you’re done, take one step in that direction of your dream or creative idea.
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