I had so much fun recording today's podcast. Mom and I were actually in the same room and that gave the whole thing a different feel. I have to say that I feel so energized and excited after our chat and I hope that you do too!
If you do not see the podcast player above, please click on this link. On the off chance that you've never listened to a podcast or don't get why anybody would want to, here are some facts: (1) Podcasts are convenient. It's a recording that is available to you whenever and wherever you'd like to listen. You can pause, stop, start, fast forward, and rewind. Stream it through Apple Music or any podcast service. (2) Podcasts are great for listening to while making art. They provide intellectual stimulation and create a bit of company (like hanging out with friends) without the visual distraction of the TV. (3) Podcasts can inspire and educate you. I often find myself jotting down notes when I listen to a podcast. There's so much I want to remember.
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- How have your customers changed in the last 2-5 years? (For your art, change it to: How has your life changed in the last 2-5 years?)
- What are you currently not offering that would be interesting to your customers? (For your art, change it to: What are you currently not doing that would be interesting to you?)
- How can you improve your customer's experience? (For your art, change it to: How can you make your art-making experience easier?)
- Eileen: NY Times Article: Museums Embrace Art Therapy Techniques for Unsettled Times
- Julie: The Big Flower Fight on Netflix
I hope you enjoyed this episode. Thanks for stopping by!