What creative work do you feel called to do but are too afraid to try? Are you in IT but dream of doing stand-up? A PR exec who longs to write a screenplay? Did the pandemic change your priorities and you want to leave your fully funded PHD/MD program and go to New Mexico and paint? Or maybe you’re like I was in my early career, trapped in a lucrative but soul crushing corporate job when what I really wanted to do was tell stories on stage.
In Season 1 of this podcast, we’ll hear from artists who took an unexpected leap and found the courage to answer their creative call, so we can inspire you to answer yours. Each of the 10 episodes, which will drop every two weeks, will focus on one of the No Time to be Timid Manifesto principles. Subscribe on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. And in the meantime, enjoy the episodes below. Remember, this is no time to be timid!
In this episode, we talk to Tim Donovan, who went to art school in his early 40s while helping to manage a brain injury rehabilitation program, and is now the co-director of NYC’s Launch F18 gallery.
Follow Tim on instagram: @timshutter123
In this episode, we talk with Liz and Matt Myer Boulton, ordained ministers who changed careers midstream and are now Emmy Award-winning filmmakers.
To check out Liz and Matt’s work, go to: www.saltproject.org