Creativity Conversations with Nina Lockwood

Creativity Conversations with Nina Lockwood

Creativity Conversations explore the nature of our infinite creative potential. The definition of creativity goes far beyond just being artistic. Which means that regardless of where we find ourselves in business or in our personal lives, creativity involves finding new ways to solve problems, find solutions, come up with new ideas and be in "flow." This creative expression appears differently for an artist, a CEO, an entrepreneur, but it's essence is fundamentally the same. Creativity is a way of living with openness, curiosity, generosity and a sense of adventure. On these calls, we redefine and recognize the variety of forms of expression of the creative spirit through conversations with a diverse group of individuals.

Episodes

September 15, 2021 41 min

Creativity Conversations with Teddy Foster, episode 57.

You never know what life is going to offer you, and Teddy is a great example of doing what needed to be done and following her instincts and her passions. And now she loves her life.

Teddy Foster is the Director of Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs, NY. UPH is a world class performing arts center which opened its doors only 10 days before the pandemic hit in 20...

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Creativity Conversations with Chris Westfall, episode 56.

Chris is a transformational business coach based in Houston, Texas. He is a regular contributor to Forbes and the publisher of seven books. His eighth is called Leadership Language.

A coach to Fortune 500 companies and entrepreneurs, his clients have appeared on Shark Tank, Dragons Den in Canada and Shark Tank Australia. Recognized as the US National Elevator Pitch Champio...

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Creativity Conversations with Narda Skov, episode 55. Narda is a Health Educator and Workshop Leader who has worked for the past twenty five years teaching, training and counseling youth and adults on issues of sexual and reproductive health.

Narda holds a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University. While in New York City she worked for over fifteen years with STAR Theatre and all of its programs. STAR Theatre was created b...

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Creativity Conversations with Matt Goodemote, episode 54. Matt is the founder of Goodemote Physical Therapy, a physical therapy clinic in Saratoga Springs, NY. Goodemote Physical Therapy has been the winner of "Best of Saratoga for Physical Therapy" for the past 3 years in a row. Matt recently founded FysioFit Physical Therapy, an internet-based  physical therapy practice.

Matt has a Diploma from the McKenzie Spine Institu...

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Creativity Conversations’ guest today is Nina Meehan, episode 53.Nina Meehan is the CEO and Founder of the Bay Area Children’s Theatre (BACT) in San Francisco, CA.

BACT celebrates the power of imagination and provides children with the tools to become creative thinkers: imagination, storytelling, collaboration, self expression and critical analysis/feedback.

In addition to her work with BACT, Nina is also an award-winning directo...

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Creativity Conversations with Greg Menendez, episode 52. Greg is a facilitator and coach whose passion is to help people, teams and cultures realize their potential. When Greg was just 5 years old, he asked his father (a doctor), “why do we have two brains?” pointing to the ‘squiggly bit’ in the head and the stomach! Since then, he has held a deep fascination for how the brain, and now the mind, works.

This fascination in human be...

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July 16, 2021 62 min

Creativity Conversations with Michael Unrau, episode 51. Michael has spent the last 5 years investigating creativity from an ontological, complex systems, and transdisciplinary lens. Completing his PhD in creativity and social innovation, Michael has a particular focus on how creative mindfulness impacts complex social challenges like collective trauma and climate change. He teaches social innovation at Mount Royal University, was ...

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Creativity Conversations with Steve Marques, episode 50. Chef Steve is a classically trained chef whose current creative endeavor is ice cream! Some of the more innovative flavors he’s concocted include (but aren’t limited to) balsamic strawberry, chicken N waffle, tomato tarragon and shiro miso caramel. How DOES he come up with these amazing creations?

 

A California native, Steve has worked with some of the titans of the culina...

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June 25, 2021 63 min

"You Change because it makes sense to you. It's that simple."

Creativity Conversations with Rolf Evenson, episode 49, another interview in the Good Business Series. My guest this week is a wise soul, Rolf Evenson, who shared a deep understanding of where peace of mind originates. Quietly profound and deeply moving, we talked about life and business and everything in between.

Rolf is a founder of Clearmind Advisors, a ...

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Creativity Conversations with Patty Beach, episode 48. This interview is another in the Business for Good series, where I talk with Patty, CEO and Founder of LeadershipSmarts, a consultancy that helps leaders build a better world in a better way. Patty is an inclusive leadership evangelist who combines leadership best practices and coaching to transform managers into the best boss ever and executives into inspirational role models ...

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Creativity Conversations with Jules and Rudi Kennard, episode 47. Based in Hawaii, Rudi and Jules Kennard are authors, international speakers, parents, co-founders of Innate Evolution and a married couple Between them they have experienced difficult life challenges, including the death of a partner and a teenage daughter, homelessness, domestic violence, crippling burnout and bankruptcy.

As a result of the life-changing understand...

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"It really is about finding ways to strengthen your resonance with what you know in your heart and giving it life.” Markus Scott-Alexander In this episode (#46) of Creativity Conversations with Markus Scott-Alexander, we explore what it means to give form to the deepest within ourselves. Markus is an international leader in the field of expressive arts education. His focus is on eco-therapy and intermodal, cross-cultural art ma...

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Creativity Conversations with Kim Moriyama, episode 44.  Kim is a perceptive and insightful coach who guides high achieving and adventurous women to accomplish career and life success with inner alignment. She loves supporting women to lead and live authentically without losing themselves, and by letting go of self-doubt or overwhelm.

Her BRAVE PATH coaching method is personalized so clients develop mastery at letting go of inner ...

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Creativity Conversations with Sue Kearney, Episode 43. Sue's a maker. She makes art, websites, healing potions, and beauty products — magic of all kinds. Sue mentors and teaches her unique take on living your best life, making your unique mark, and living in and from joy more and from stress and angst less. One of her mottos is “simplify your life.”

As Sue said recently: “Apparently, I’m all about flow. Fluid art, paintings, c...

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Creativity Conversations with Ellonda Williams, episode 42. This was a fascinating conversation with Dr. Ellonda L. Williams. Ellonda is the Director of Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) at B Lab, a non-profit organization that has a vision of an inclusive and sustainable economy that creates a shared prosperity for all. Ellonda works to create a healthy, inclusive, antiracist culture for all employees and oversees ...

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Creativity Conversations with Jasmyne DesBiens, episode 41. Jasmyne is a businesswoman, life coach and co-author of the bestselling book “The Midas Touch”. She lives in Quebec, Canada and has dedicated the past 20 years to studying communication, wellness and understanding the power of the mind.

Jasmyne is an expert on helping people recognize what they need and how best to express it, whether through technology or in person. Her ...

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Creativity Conversations with Joe Kenner. Joe is President and CEO of Greyston, a non-profit social justice enterprise which addresses poverty and systemic inequities through Open Hiring and Pathmaking Programs that provide job readiness, life skills training and employment services in Yonkers, NY.

Joe's expertise is in purpose-driven business and building a more inclusive economy. He joined Greyston in 2018 as VP of Programs ...

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Creativity Conversations with Judith Johnson. Judith Johnson is an author, mentor, and educator. Her lifelong passion is liberating others through understanding the dynamics of consciousness and how our perceptions and beliefs inform our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Judith teaches others how to consciously thrive by freeing themselves of dysfunctional patterns, so they can live lives that are true reflections of their most t...

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Creativity Conversations with Nico Olivieri.  Nico has a wide range of interests from his current passion as a transformative coach and writer, going back to his days in a rock n roll band and a wannabe Michellin-rated restauranteur.

Nico recently started a new publication called No Way! - Living life on our own terms on Substack.  This series is beautifully written and articulates the wisdom and possibility we all possess.

Nico ...

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Creativity Conversations with Sarah Sylvester. Sarah is a former corporate executive who left that world  and has since become a full time writer. Sarah spent the majority of her career in male-dominated corporate environments where masochism and bullying were rife. Her drive to be successful resulted in constant self-induced pressure, stress and overwork which resulted in a public breakdown at work.

This forced-stop allowed Sarah...

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