Have you ever felt like "work was work" and creating wasn't? How can we change our mentality around creating to be aligned with doing our greatest work? Jo-Ná talks about her process of aligning both in this episode. If you want to connect with us check us out on IG at jwilliamsesq or email us at email@example.com.
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This week, we speak to the amazing healer, Diana Dorell. This woman has always been the master at manifestation and allowing the magic to show up. I can't wait until you hear what she had to say regarding allow the Universe to bring you what you desire!
Diana Dorell is a third generation healer, certified Angel Therapy Practitioner with Doreen Virtue, Ph.D, numerologist, Reiki Master and former radio host. Diana helps powerful women feel confident and magnetic in their relationships, starting with themselves! She's the author of "The Dating Mirror: Trust Again, Love Again”, founder of the Angel Reiki Renewal Institute, has led workshops on how to trust your intuition all over the US and has been a speaker at the State of Now #140conf in New York City along with Deepak Chopra, Ann Curry and others. She's passionate about helping people connect with their intuition and helping them have amazing relationships. She can be found at www.DianaDorell.com
When you're an entrepreneur many coaches will ask you what's your message? Jo-Ná talks about the deeper question that resonates with creators and soul-based entrepreneurs which will really get to the heart of the matter.
How do you keep your business going as your industry shifts? How do you continue to thrive in your creative life as you continue to navigate change and profitability year after year? Warren has the answer. He's been in the music industry as an engineer, musician and studio owner for over 25 years! Having worked with greats such as Tina Turner, Alicia Keys, and even 50 Cent, Warren has grown with the industry while also maintaining a thriving recording studio. On this episode, he shares his secrets of success and what's next for him! Hope you enjoy. Follow the show on IG at jwilliamsesq and artistswithoutdayjobs or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Warren McCrae has continued his love for music and has spent more than 25 years playing and being Musical Director for various artists such as KELIS, KEITH SWEAT, FREDDIE JACKSON, JANET JACKSON,
LIONEL RICHIE, INDIA.ARIE, TONI BRAXTON, YOLANDA ADAMS, and others.
He then turned to Funk, Rock & Roll and did multiple world tours and co-wrote /
produced music for NONA HENDRYX (from the group LABELLE) and LITTLE
STEVEN VAN ZANT (BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND).
Being versatile got the attention of ROGER DAVIES (MANAGER - SADE, P!NK,
JANET, CHER) to work with Rock & Roll Legend JOE COCKER. Warren went on to
do 4 consecutive World Tours and 3 DVD’s / CD’s with JOE COCKER. He then met
TINA TURNER, and has continued to work with her for over 2 decades. Warren
performed with TINA on her “WILDEST DREAMS WORLD TOUR”(1996-1997). Her
“TWENTY FOUR SEVEN WORLD TOUR”, which was the largest selling tour of 2000.
Warren also co-produces, engineers, mixes, remixes, plays live bass and synth bass, drum
programming, additional production on several projects for fellow PRODUCERS. He’s
working with GRAMMY AWARD WINNING PRODUCER, MARK BATSON (DR.
DRE, EMINEM, JAY-Z, ALICIA KEYES, ANTHONY HAMILTON, INDIA.ARIE).
Warren completed work with MARK on MELISSA ETHERIDGE’S CD, entitled “This
Is M.E.”. Warren is currently working with MARK other upcoming projects for other
Major Recording Artist.
Warren’s mission and his talented staff at 24-7 Music Group is to create amazing musical
content by real musicians, singers and songwriters at its highest level. We can facilitate
any genre of music, to any client, at anytime. We have the ability to collaborate with
other major or indie artist. At our state of the art, private recording studio in California
where creativity and expression is developed into hits, happy clients and career success.
Host Jo-Ná shares some advice on figuring out how to grow in your business and life. If you want to connect with us you can reach us on IG at jwilliamsesq or artistswithoutdayjobs or feel free to email the show at email@example.com
Today we speak to the powerful women behind Project Inkblot is a NYC based consultancy that developed Design for Diversity™(D4D), a powerful design & capacity building framework to help teams build inclusive and equitable services, products and content for all people.
I met these two beautiful souls when we were doing a speaking gig together at Brooklyn Museum! Today we discuss their powerful story of how they developed their amazing company and their mission to continue changing the world in their way.
Ah! While our mission as a creator can be our passion, it's important that we make sure we don't fall off track with tending to our personal lives and the relationships that enrich it! Host Jo-Na shares some tips on how to keep them intact while you navigate the wild world of being a creative business owner. Follow Jo-Na and the show on IG at @artistswithoutdayjobs and @jwilliamsesq
I didn't meet Sara Kay at an art gallery, but as we were both getting our yoga certifications and was introduced to her amazing work. I invited her on the show because I knew she could give some serious advice to those in the visual art world on how to make it work. She's a powerful voice for women in the arts and just a joy to speak to. Please welcome this powerful changemaker, Sara Kay.
With nearly 20 years of experience and a diverse background that includes conservation, museum, auction, gallery and non-profit, Sara is considered both an industry specialist and a tastemaker. Prior to founding her art advisory business in 2015, Sara was Director of the globally renowned contemporary art gallery, White Cube in London.
Sara is the Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Professional Organization of Women in the Arts, a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) that champions professionalism and the advancement of women in the business of fine art. She has lectured extensively on the topic of collecting and the art market and serves as an Adjunct Faculty member at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s M.A. Art Business Program offering a discourse on the subjects of best business practice and career development. In 2015, Sara was awarded Parmigiani Fleurier’s Women of Exception prize for her professional distinctions and philanthropy.
She recently opened Sara Kay Gallery in New York. If you want to check it out please go to sarakaygallery.com
We’re so excited to talk to my dear friend, Ryann Holmes. Community activist, entrepreneur and culture curator. Ryann has worked and lived in Brooklyn since 2005, fighting for love, and the freedom of our people. By cultivating creative spaces and supporting the economic development of the community, Ryann continues to dream and to create pathways of creativity, expression, beloved community, and love as wealth. So, in 2009, Ryann founded the bklyn boihood collective. As of today the collective has grown to four core members, based in Detroit, Miami, and Brooklyn, over 50,000 online followers, 6 calendars, annual parties, monthly gatherings, and a published anthology called Outside the XY.
Ryann was voted one of Brooklyn Magazine’s top 100 cultural innovators. Ryann is also the co-founder of Lucid Haus, a music collective based in Brooklyn, featuring artists like Nappy Nina, Théo Mode, & Ria Boss. Ryann is also a music supervisor for “195 Lewis”, a boundary-breaking web series that explores the lives of queer women of color in Brooklyn, New York. Ryann has an MBA from Baruch College in Social Entrepreneurship.
Ahhh so it's time for a detox. Time of the year for rest, reflection and making space for your next move. On this episode, I share with you why I'm going on a detox and how you can set yourself up for your best year yet. Plus, some details about Season 3. IF you want to connect with me or the show go to @jwilliamsesq on all social media. See you in 2019 for Season 3!