In this bonus episode of Create out Loud, I interview a force of nature, Shannon Watts. In case you don’t know Shannon, she founded Moms Demand Action, now the largest women’s volunteer organization in America. She’s been called a “summoner of women’s audacity,” named a Time Magazine 100 Most Influential People, a Forbes 50 over 50 Changemaker, and a Glamour Woman of the Year. She writes a popular substack https://shannonwatts.substack.com/about
I’m working as a book coach with Shannon on her new book about helping you find your audacious spark and play with fire to change your world. I wanted to talk to Shannon about this transition she is in after 10 years leading Moms Demand Action, about writing, and about sparks.
If you wonder how someone like Shannon has accomplished her goals and how you can do it too, in your own wonderful unique way, you’ll love this episode.
- Find out how to work with me here.
- I’d love you to join me on one of my Retreats or Writing Intensives.
- My book, Why Bother: Discover the Desire for What’s Next, is a great resource for learning to create out loud.
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- help you with some of the most common struggles we creatives have to manage including fear of choosing,
- falling into compare and despair, managing the inner critic (s),
- and feeling too exposed and vulnerable when you put yourself or your work into the world.
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