When you hear the truth today’s guest dropped, I think many of you will get goosebumps just like I did, “I am no longer willing to be coerced.” I have known Karen Christensen for many years now, and every time we connect, I feel like I’ve been missing out during all the time that’s passed since the last time.
This woman is so wise, creative, thoughtful, perceptive and caring. We expanded on her truth and talked about:
-The discipline of having a practice
-How she catches and changes her own triggers
-The difference between standards and expectations
-Why her and her husband, who are both professional photographers don’t take many photos when they travel
-Skills versus creative process
-How excellence is different from perfection
-and so much more.
I want to listen to this one three more times myself – I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
About Karen Christensen:
Leading transformational talks, mentorship mastermind programs, planning
retreats and the Dreamcatchers District Podcast — for ambitious, creative, entrepreneurial women — Karen Christensen has earned press and praise on and off camera as an actress, photographer, filmmaker, and speaker; with work seen on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday, The Ellen Show, Good Morning America, Showtime and more.
A Certified Energy Leadership Master Practitioner and Mentor Business Coach, Karen now specializes in Creative Direction, Peak Performance, and Mindfulness to help you remember who you are, what you want, and why you started.
Speaking has taken Karen from SXSW in Austin, TX to the International Ocean’s Film Festival in Germany, with invite-only events throughout Los Angeles.
What You’ll Hear:
7:45 On no longer being coerced and saying no
14:54 Having and setting standards
24:45 Navigating relationships and connection both online and offline
33:51 Being creative and multi-faceted in professional pursuits
43:21 Recovering perfectionism
51:30 Becoming a student of causes that matter
Dreamcatchers District Podcast Episode #23 with Karen and Elizabeth
Lilac Girls: A Novel by Martha Hall Kelly
Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay
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