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Ep 35: World Evolution and Freedom with Shaman Durek

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 I'm so excited for today's episode. We speak to Shaman Durek an incredible healer, prophet and spiritual leader on the planet. He shares with us how we can continue to access our own personal freedom over our circumstances. Sometimes the artist journey has some pitfalls and stumbling blocks but Shaman Durek shows us how to have power over our lives not be victim to them! This is a powerful one. Hope you enjoy. 

Shaman Durek's Bio: 

Shaman Durek is a 3rd generation shaman who has devoted decades to study and practice in becoming a thought leader and spiritual enthusiast for people all over the world. He is an author, activist and a women’s empowerment leader.

Durek acts as mediator or “bridge” between the spiritual and physical planes and applies ancient spiritual wisdom, coupled with decades of devoted study and practice, to help bring success, happiness, and healing into clients’ lives. Shaman Durek comes from a long lineage of spiritual practitioners including ministers, oracles and healers.

He works with clients on a one-to-one basis as well as in group sessions. A gifted guest speaker and an inspirational teacher. Durek has worked with many diverse public figures and leading organizations in conflict areas around the world. Shaman Durek’s dedication is in seeing people consciously living their lives more authentically and realizing happiness is attainable in this life.”

You can reach Shaman Durek on his platforms at  @shamandurek or his site shamandurek.com 

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Ep 34: The best technique for time management

Time management! We all want to be better at it right? Well, Host Jo-Ná shares a way artists can their work with all the things we need to get done in our businesses WHILE still being creative.

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Ep 33: Turning obstacles into opportunities with Angelica Ross

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 This episode is really an honor. Today we speak to one of my favorite people on the planet, Angelica Ross. She's an activist, actress and powerful business leader paving the way for employment amongst transpeople with her incredible company, TransTech Social Enterprises. 

She talks to us today about her journey to becoming a highly sought-after actress and how her Buddhism plays a powerful role in her self-care and empowerment. Interviewing this powerhouse was such a treat. I even got emotional a bit on the show. 

Angelica's Bio:

From the boardroom, to film sets, to the White House, Angelica Ross is a leading figure of success and strength in the movement for trans and racial equality. Named, “1st Foot Soldier of the Year” in 2015 by Melissa Harris-Perry, Angelica Is the founder of TransTech Social Enterprises, a company that empowers trans and gender non-conforming people through on-the-job training in leadership and workplace skills. Angelica has toured nationally, speaking her powerful mission into action with business leaders, educators, and the President of the United States.

 Since studying theater at Florida Atlantic University, Angelica has been featured in film, television, and live theatre. Miss Ross is the breakout star of the upcoming series Her Story, which explores the deeply moving lives and loves of two trans women in LA. She stars as Candy as on the FX series, Pose. 

If you want to connect with Angelica you can find her on missross.com or @angelicaross

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Ep 31: Changing courses and multiple revenue streams with Dorie Clark

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This week we hear the story of my good friend, Dorie Clark who not only transitioned out of her non-profit job and built a very successful business as an expert in reinvention, she also talks about how she's expanded her empire my creating multiple revenue streams and you can too! So much great info. Can't wait to hear what new revenue streams you build after listening!

Dorie Clark is an adjunct professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and the author of Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine. A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, the New York Times described her as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.”

You can find Dorie at dorieclark.com or @dorieclark 

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Ep 30: The 1 simple shift that will help you manifest your dreams

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Today we discuss the one simple shift that I made when setting intentions for my life the has created HUGE changes in how quickly they manifest. Hint: It's a tip I learned from Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts. Can't wait for you to use it and release attachment forever!  

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Ep 29: Evolving with your dreams with Juliana Luna

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You don't want to miss this beautiful episode. My dear friend Juliana Luna shares her story of growing up as a marginalized woman and carving her own unique path as a creative that has taken her all over the world...Hint: She traces her journey through her ancestry and sees how it all cosmically connects. Such an incredible story. 

If you want to connect with Juliana you can check her out on Instagram: @julianaluna 

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You also check email the show at artistswithoutdayjobs@gmail.com 

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The difference between Beyoncé and the rest of us.

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Today's episode is all about the single key to accessing our inner greatness. It's the key to Beyonce's success and countless others. Hope this episode inspires you to go for it! 

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Ep 27: Building stability and sustainability with Danny Simmons

  Today we're talking to one of my absolute favorite artists and good friend, Danny Simmons! He shares how he went from a being a social worker to owning a full-on art empire and how you can too. So many gems in this episode!     Daniel “Danny” Simmons, Jr. is an abstract-expressionist painter. Older brother of hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons and rapper Joseph Simmons (“Rev. Run” of Run DMC), he is the founder and Vice Chairman of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and Rush Arts Gallery. In addition, Simmons converted part of his loft in Brooklyn into the Corridor Gallery. Along with his brother Russell, Simmons established Def Poetry Jam, which has enjoyed long-running success on HBO. In 2004, Simmons published Three Days As The Crow Flies, a fictional account of the 1980’s New York art scene. He has also written a book of artwork and poetry called I Dreamed My People Were Calling But I Couldn’t Find My Way Home.    Simmons is the son of Daniel Simmons, Sr., a truant officer and black history professor who also wrote poetry, and Evelyn Simmons, a teacher who painted as a hobby. He earned a degree in social work from New York University and a master’s in public finance from Long Island University. He began painting after he realized how much he hated his job with the Bureau of Child Support.    Simmons, an abstract-expressionist painter, has had his work shown nationally. Chase Manhattan Bank, the United Nations, and the Schomburg Center for Black Culture all show his work as part of their collections. He is also an avid collector of African art and comic books.    IF you want to connect with Danny check him out on  Facebook.      

Today we're talking to one of my absolute favorite artists and good friend, Danny Simmons! He shares how he went from a being a social worker to owning a full-on art empire and how you can too. So many gems in this episode! 

Daniel “Danny” Simmons, Jr. is an abstract-expressionist painter. Older brother of hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons and rapper Joseph Simmons (“Rev. Run” of Run DMC), he is the founder and Vice Chairman of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and Rush Arts Gallery. In addition, Simmons converted part of his loft in Brooklyn into the Corridor Gallery. Along with his brother Russell, Simmons established Def Poetry Jam, which has enjoyed long-running success on HBO. In 2004, Simmons published Three Days As The Crow Flies, a fictional account of the 1980’s New York art scene. He has also written a book of artwork and poetry called I Dreamed My People Were Calling But I Couldn’t Find My Way Home.

Simmons is the son of Daniel Simmons, Sr., a truant officer and black history professor who also wrote poetry, and Evelyn Simmons, a teacher who painted as a hobby. He earned a degree in social work from New York University and a master’s in public finance from Long Island University. He began painting after he realized how much he hated his job with the Bureau of Child Support.

Simmons, an abstract-expressionist painter, has had his work shown nationally. Chase Manhattan Bank, the United Nations, and the Schomburg Center for Black Culture all show his work as part of their collections. He is also an avid collector of African art and comic books.

IF you want to connect with Danny check him out on Facebook. 

 

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Ep 26: Standards are an inside job

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Today we're talking about standards. It's not just about curating your environment so you feel good. It's about creating standards that you hold for yourself. That's when the world will follow suit. Be that which you seek! 

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Ep. 25 Turning your passion into a world class calling with Nick Onken

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We're so excited to speak to Nick Onken, photographer, podcast host, and creative entrepreneur devoted to inspiring the world to create their moments and create their life. Nick has photographed personalities such as Justin Bieber, Usher, and Jessica Alba. He has photographed print campaigns for international brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola, and Adidas. His work has also been published in magazines such as Conde Nast Traveler, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire.

This episode we discuss how he went from graphic designer to photographer and all the ways that he used his talent and hustle to make it to the top of the photo world. You can find his work at Instagram @nickonken, his podcast Nion Radio, his site nickonken.me, and his awesome hashtag: #createyourmoments.

Check out the show on ItunesGoogle PlaySoundcloud, or Stitcher! (click on each word to take you to that platform) or listen below.

 

 

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