Bernadette is a writer, author, artist, Feng Shui practitioner and professional organizer. Her passion is to assist others in identifying ways to create sanctuary within and without. Ray is a professional actor and artist, and integrates his love for these crafts with life experience to help others identify and express their own uniquely creative self. Their website/blog encourages self-discovery and healing through introspection, awareness, inspiration, and the creative process.
Pamela Yates, figurative abstract painter, conceptual artist, andl creativity coach talks with Eric Maisel today about writing and recovery issues.
Sally Nicoll is the author of Bets and the City, a Bridget Jones meets Wall Street beginner’s guide to day/swing trading known in the UK as financial spread betting. Sally and Eric discuss how traders can profitably deploy Ten Zen Second techniques to improve decision making, cut losses and increase profits.
Eric Maisel’s Blogtour for Ten Zen Seconds Begins Today on Brenda Johima’s Creative Nudge You can see the entire tour schedule with the description of each person and what will be discussed at the official Ten Zen Seconds site.
Doug Eby hosts Eric Maisel today on Developing Talent. Eric and Doug chat about: –how anxiety, depression and other mental health issues affect the growth and expression of creative talents; –how Ten Zen Second techniques can be helpful for dealing with these issues. They also look at how mindfulness has been useful for enhancing access…
Melanie Slarz of Dose of Creativity chats with Eric Maisel on using Ten Zen Second techniques to reduce anxiety during the creative process. There’s a section in the interview where Eric says, “potential is just potential” that I found particularly interesting.
Anne Marchand is a full-time artist who creates colorful, energetic abstract paintings with poetic connections to life. Anne’s cityscape, public art murals adorn playground walls in Washington, DC. Her blog, PainterlyVisions, showcases talented artists in the Washington, DC metropolitan area as well as other artists. Anne comments on life in the arts from her studio…