This episode is really a fun one because I go deeper into the idea of divorcing this hard work rhetoric to adopt a way of being and living that's all about...you guessed it, fun! Having fun in your life can bring about well being AND wealth. Listen in as I share more about how that happened for me.
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In the Artists Without DayJobs Final Season Premiere we speak to a dear friend of mine, Tatianna Tarot. She’s a gifted tarot practitioner, priestess, and diviner. She’s someone who’s built a wildly successful business around her gifts.
She’s honest around how her life led her down this road while she had dreams of being a dancer. Now she’s on a mission to bring people peace and clarity through her spiritual gifts. It’s truly remarkable. Find her @tatiannatarot on all socials. Find us at @jwilliamsesq on all socials.
I am so excited to introduce you to Noah Smalls! He's a force as an independent curator and we had a very important and special talk regarding how artists can actually enter the art world on their own terms. His mission is to contribute to the ongoing transition of the museum field into one offering broader educational opportunities and expanding social impact.
You can see Noah's work through collaborations with Danny Simmons (another AWDJ guest) and museums all throughout Philadelphia. Hope you enjoy this episode! Connect with us on Insta @jwilliamsesq or sign up for updates and private invites to our free workshops at: jo-na.com
Host Jo-Ná talks about the end of Season 3 and how to get out of a rut as an entrepreneur. If you want to connect to the show make sure you hit us up on IG at jwilliamsesq. Also, don't forget to sign up for our newsletter list at jo-nawilliams.com to get the alerts for when Season 4 debuts AND get access to all my free business and legal workshops for creators!
Today we speak to artist Meryl Ranzer about mixing art and activism for impact in the world. Meryl has been a visual and performance artist, designer, entrepreneur, and women’s rights activist all her life.
Her latest project, the Laughing Pussies Tarot deck melded all of her disciplines into one powerful project. Connect with Meryl at www.laughingpussies.com. If you want connect with our show you can check us out on IG at jwilliamsesq or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we speak to Certified Financial Planner, Pam Capalad. She's the founder of Brunch & Budget and financial firm that takes the scary out of planning for your financial future through one of my favorite vehicle's BRUNCH!
Pam has been in the financial services industry since 2008 and spent a lot of those years at wealth management firms. She's based in Brooklyn, NY and serve clients virtually in the New York City area and across the country. You can find her firm at brunchandbudget.com. If you want to connect with the show you can find us on IG @jwilliamsesq or email us at email@example.com.
Host Jo-Ná discusses how you can tell if you're doing damage to your brand's positioning. Make sure you check us out on IG at jwilliamsesq!
I am so excited for you to meet this incredible woman and phenomenal musician. We met in 2014 and I have been working with her ever since. On this episode, we speak to her about how committing to her own empowerment and pleasure has created a life of her dreams.
Official Bio: Cindy Rainne is a classically trained vocalist and a classical pianist who comes from a family of Trinidadian descent. She's built a robust profile through singing in front of sold-out crowds, earning awards for musical theater performances, and garnered an engaged following on YouTube. Cindy calls her music “clearwater soul,” it’s an elixir of raw truths and organic instrumentation, and its earthy purity nourishes the soul. Within this stream of expression are elements of classical music, jazz, pop, Caribbean rhythms, opera, gospel, soul, and R&B. Cindy’s lyrics are sassy and sensitive, she writes from her own redemptive journey of reclaiming her dignity and identity from the shackles of a painfully complex childhood. Now, she steps into the light with The Mask, a masterful debut EP that promotes self-love and self-expression. You can find her at Cindyrainne.com @cindyrainne
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.