Figuring out your personal process of progress can be tricky! Momma B is ready to help with advice for taking feedback on your work, balancing your creative pursuits with your responsibilities, and playing well with others. We also get stellar advice from some Nashville songbirds, a novelist currently on the NYT best seller list, and the one of NPR’s favorite duos.
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This episode’s advice and insight were provided by:
• The Kitchen Sisters, Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva; the producers of the duPont-Columbia and James Beard Award-winning series, Hidden Kitchens on NPR’s Morning Edition and two Peabody Award-winning NPR series, Lost & Found Sound and The Sonic Memorial Project.
• Janelle Brown, a New York Times bestselling author of the novels All We Ever Wanted Was Everything, This Is Where We Live, and currently on the NYT best seller list, Watch Me Disappear. [ www.janellebrown.com ]
• Kira Small; a nationally touring singer-songwriter, recording artist, 2015 International Songwriting Competition Finalist, 2012 Independent Music Awards winner and former member of Berklee College of Music’s Voice Faculty [ www.kirasmall.com ]
• Whit Hill; a Nashville-based singer-songwriter and a winner of the Kerrville Folk Festival's New Folk competition—one of folk music's greatest honors. [ www.whithill.com]
• Majo Molfino; a writer, speaker, women’s creative leadership coach and the host of Heroine [ www.majomolfino.com ]
• Nathalie Arbel; a San Francisco-based writer and editor, currently working on a book called Data-Driven Marketing [ www.nathaliearbel.com ]
• Hadley Davis Rierson; a Los Angeles-based writer for television (“Dawson’s Creek,” “Spin City,” “Scrubs”) and film (Disney’s “Ice Princess”), mother, wife and arts advocate.
Momma B’s link goodie bag (with some research from RGB)
If your book shelf needs some brain food: https://www.amazon.com/Prescription-Nutritional-Healing-Phyllis-Balch/dp/1583332367/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1500751613&sr=1-5&keywords=nutritional+healing
If you really want to be understood, just carry Mom’s favorite book around: https://www.amazon.com/Please-Understand-Temperament-Character-Intelligence/dp/1885705026/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1501136160&sr=1-2&keywords=please+understand+me
Momma B wants you to listen to lots of psychologists: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/savvy-psychologist
Janelle referenced a helpful app: https://freedom.to
The digital double-bind study from Cornell and Temple on female entrepreneurs and gender hierarchies: http://mediarelations.cornell.edu/2017/04/04/gender-hierarchies-persist-online-despite-more-female-entrepreneurs/
Devon Proudfoot and researchers from Duke University explore gender creativity bias: http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/news_events/news-releases/aaron-kay-creativity/#.WXmEAcbMxE4
This research dig was inspired by a talk at Source Summit 2017 by Enrique Allen of Designer Fund: https://designerfund.com/design-leadership-insights-source-summit-2017
Advice from Mom is a production of Wise Ones Advice Services. It was produced by Juliet Hinely & Rebecca Garza-Bortman. Editing by Juliet Hinely. Mixing and mastered by Jake Young. Publicity by Jane Riccobono. Audio assistance by Bryan Garza. The theme music is by Love, Jerks—www.lovejerks.com. The song throughout this episode is Rebel in Motion by Scissors for Lefty—www.scissorsforlefty.com
This podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to offer diagnosis or treatment of any medical or psychological condition. All treatment decisions should be made in partnership with your health professional.