Podcast Episodes — motiviation

Thought Row Episode 7: Sonia Bublaitis - Art Community, Family & Friends

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Thought Row Episode 7: Sonia Bublaitis - Art Community, Family & Friends

Thought Row Episode 7: Sonia Bublaitis - Art Community, Family & Friends    R: And here we are… motivating you to live more creatively. I’m Rod Jones.   I: And I’m Inci Jones…  Welcome to the Thought Row podcast. Let’s start with a motivational quote.   R: What do you have for us today Inci?    Quote: There are friends, there’s family, and then there are friends that become family.   Discuss -    R: It’s always interesting the relationships we develop once we pursue any creative discipline.    Discuss   I: It seems like our creative lives start out...

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Thought Row Episode 6: Vanity of Art

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Thought Row Episode 6: Vanity of Art

Thought Row Episode 6: Vanity of Art    R: Hi everybody...welcome to the Thought Row podcast. We start our podcast with a quote from Inci. What is our quote for the day.   I: Okay here is our quote for the day. Quote: The art of a people is a true mirror to their minds - J. Nehru   R: Today we are going to talk about the Vanity of art. You may think it's vain to be vain.    I: I can just imagine the Mona Lisa in the privacy of her boudoir, "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's...

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Thought Row Episode 5 : Creative Chaos

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Thought Row Episode 5 : Creative Chaos

Thought Row Episode 5: Creative Chaos      R: Hi everyone...welcome to the Thought Row podcast. As you know we start the podcast with an inspirational quote. So what do you have for us today Inci? Quote of the Day: Imagination is more important than knowledge - Albert Einstein - Discussion on quote of the day R: Tell our listeners about the topic for today.  I: Our topic today is Creative Chaos...and we are going to share with you some positive thoughts and ideas on what you can do about it. I know you have some thoughts about this Rod...why...

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