Episode Four, “Mothers and the Others, ” now available on iTunes and on this site.
What does a happily married woman with no kids have in common with a happily married mother of three–who’s now expecting her fourth child? More than you might think. Drop your stereotypes and listen as Jo chats with Lindsey Frandsen, founder of Thinking Moms in Riverside, California.
As promised on Writer Ninja Podcast Episode Three, here’s a thought-provoking set of insightful tools for thinking about that “block” you keep having. Maybe you’re clinging to it! Let go!
The toolkit appeared online in early 2011 in the New Yorker. Therapists Michels and Stutz have been getting a lot of media play recently for their work with helping creative folks get back on the wagon of writing/producing/acting/developing.
Thank you to John Cusack for the great Twitter tip-off!
What music, art, or artists inspire you as a writer? as a thinker? as a human being? Who–or what–gets your imagination unstuck?
What is the “Z-list” (whatever your field of expertise!)–and how can you claim your zen there?
Check out Epidode Three of the Writer Ninja Podcast on iTunes or here at the site.
Jo shares some of her creative influences–with a special thank you to John Cusack–and invites you to name your own names. You’ll also hear Jo talk about the Z-List with author and publisher Chiwan Choi and share info about a great tool kit from creativity gurus Barry Michels and Phil Stutz.
Friends and family came out to Mario’s for a book signing and to show support for Jo’s new book.
Why would a high school teacher who loves teaching leave school—after half a career in the classroom?