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In this episode, Sada discusses:
-Her history as an ultra-marathoner.
-The similarities between ultra-running and creativity.
-“Binging” in the studio.
-How she first got interested in making jewelry.
-Dealing with her own feeling the being a jeweler is less legitimate than other forms of art.
-How calling herself a “maker” allows her the permission to try out other forms of art.
-The importance of remembering that art is meant to make others feel happy.
-How writing her artist statement gave her a backbone and motivation.
-The story of getting through a major injury.
-Her vow to find her true self after realizing that she didn’t know who she was.
-The difference between her killer instincts in racing versus her shyness to “win” at art.
-The need for creative individuals to find their tribe.
-The various ways that she is attempting to get in the back door of the industry.Sada's Final Push offers you four unique and powerful ideas to help you in your creative life. Quotes:
“I cannot stop being creative. It’s like this fountain that’s just overflowing. And the cool thing about it is that I feel like it’s never going to run dry.”
“I do not have to apologize for how I choose to thrive.”
“I’m thinking of all these backdoors and creative ways to get into the industry that other artists aren’t thinking about.”
“You cannot flourish if you are living with shame.”Connect with Sada:Facebook group!