11: Releasing the Grip with Betsy Capes
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
2d ago
Capes Coaching has been an invaluable source of inspiration and guidance for both Blaire and Molly over the years. Today they chat with founder Betsy Capes about her journey to coaching and how to stay creative day to day. Take a listen, get inspired, and find out if coaching is a tool that’s right for you.  Links and Resources: Website: www.capesco.com Instagram: @capescoaching Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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10: Body and Soul with Lauren Hoffman
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
2w ago
There are many ways to access and grow our creativity, vulnerability, and best selves. Transformational coach Lauren Hoffman discusses with Blaire & Molly some of those ways in, from plant medicine to breath work, to making friends with our own egos.  Links and Resources: Lauren’s coaching website: www.goldenlair.com Instagram: @itslaurenhoffman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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08: Seeing It Backwards with Jess Hurley
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
Visual artist Jess Hurley Scott joins Blaire and Molly to talk about her artistic process (she paints in reverse, y'all!), her journey to life as a painter (she and Molly worked at a fashion company together and now look at them!), and how her dyslexia diagnosis in college informs her process as an artist. Links and Resources: Insta and Facebook: @jesshurleyscottart Website: www.jesshurleyscott.com Jess's favorite coffee shop: www.seabirdcoffee.com Jess's favorite at-home coffee: www.marylous.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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07: Breaking The Rules with JV Mercanti
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
Our friend JV Mercanti is a theatre director, professor, and author who has also felt helpless to the obstacles that come up on our paths to creative freedom. We steal his ideas for how to get out from under your desk after a good cry, and learn the rules so that you can BREAK THEM. *wear your headphones for this one if you plan to listen with little ones around, as some adult words are spoken* Please note that the Britney Spears musical on Broadway, Once Upon a One More Time referenced in this episode (which we recorded in summer 2023) has since closed. But we saw it and it was ..read more
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06: The Rewarding Moment with Ana Breton
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
This week’s guest Ana Breton is a producer and director currently living the dream working with Eugenio Derbez-founded 3Pas Studios. While she is so grateful to be thrice-Emmy-nominated, she teaches us, “You just have to keep making the things that you like and lifting other people to do the same, and that’s truly the rewarding moment.” Links and Resources: Instagram: @bretonana, @goldcomedy 3Pas Studios:  https://www.3pas-studios.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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05: Just Put on the Show with Joe Schiappa
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
Comedy writer and performer Joe Schiappa joins Blaire & Molly for a talk about always following your instincts to do the thing, even if that thing is an elementary school remake of the movie Annie, a solid five years after the movie itself came out. The collective love for Aileen Quinn aside, this episode reminds us all to never let the should-a’s get in your way.  Shout outs Insta: @melrobbins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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04: Reclaiming Your Time with Mary Giattino
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
“Everyone deserves that TIME. That carved out section of your day that isn’t given to anyone, to NO ONE, but yourself.” Mary Giattino isn’t just the owner/ teacher at Stage Door School of Dance in Patchogue NY, she’s also a professional dancer and perhaps most importantly, Blaire’s best friend! And on today’s podcast, she shares the importance of “getting in the space,” and acknowledges that while none of us are fans of the negative voices in our heads… you can use them to push you to be your creative best. LINKS: Instagram: at marygiattino Website: www.marygiattino.com, www.stagedo ..read more
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03: Finding Curiosity in Fear with John Lorelli
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
Taking the leap can save you. We learn this and more from our guest, creative director John Lorelli, who reminds us that innate curiosity is what makes you creative, NOT just being labeled as “a creative,” and that fear and curiosity are not polar opposites. In fact, they can be besties! Enjoy this episode with our new bestie, John. You can find John at www.johnlorelli.com, and on Instagram @johnlorelli Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices ..read more
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02: Building Your Creative Community with Richie Moriarty
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
Richie Moriarty is an actor, writer, and comedian who you may have seen as Pete on the CBS show Ghosts. Richie shares with us how important community and accountability are to his creative process, and reminds us “people want to help you.” We were so inspired to build our creative community after talking to Richie, and you will be too. You can find Richie on Instagram and TikTok: @Richietown His Kindergarten talent show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r5XcJo2sSE His Hamilton sketch: https://www.instagram.com/richietown/reel/CtKt3ndpsDY/ Shoutouts from the show: Danielle Pinnock @bo ..read more
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01: Getting Quiet with Robyn Ivy
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by Blaire Brooks & Molly Lloyd
1M ago
Welcome to Unsticking It! with Blaire & Molly. For our first foray into getting unstuck creatively, we talk to coach and mentor Robyn Ivy about how to free ourselves from our own obstacles in order to live a curious and excited artistic life. Robyn brings us to tears (very on brand for us) as she encourages us to stand in our creativity (“it’s revolutionary!”) and believe we belong there. It is, in fact, necessary for our survival and growth as the artists we know we are. Robyn gives us some necessary tools we can use TODAY to connect to our bold artistic selves. You can find out more abou ..read more
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