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i’m so excited to bring you this podcast interview with artist Louise Gale! we had so much fun talking together!

even with a few dropped calls, my husband Brian was able to help me edit it all together. AND Brian wrote, performed + recorded the music too! even if you only have a second right now to hit play + listen to his intro, i’d love for you to hear it! it completely melts my heart!

Title: Inspiration Tree by Louise Gale.
Starting on January 3rd, Louise is hosting her BIG DREAMS, SMALL WONDERS e-course!

BIG DREAMS, SMALL WONDERS is a 4 week program in January 2011, designed to kick start your year with tools, techniques and lots of planning resources to ensure you are ready to follow your passion and make some great things happen!

I’m all signed up because I have so many goals I want to put out there and make happen for 2011! And I don’t want to stand in my own way! 

Louise and I talked a lot about her upcoming course and ways to stop getting overwhelmed and stay organized and inspired! If you want to know how she’s done this in her own transition from the corporate world into following her passion for painting, you need to listen to this interview!

Title: White Bloom by Louise Gale
Louise also talks about living life as an artist and her love of following lots of different creative passions and how she’s making them all work for her!
TITLE: Creative Mind by Louise Gale
Click here to listen (our talk is about 30 minutes long).
TITLE: Same But Different by Louise Gale
Learn more about Louise’s course BIG DREAMS, SMALL WONDERS and connect with her here + there!
And feel free to email Louise if you have any questions about her upcoming course! 
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Thank you so much, Louise for talking with me to and to Beth of Do What You Love for the inspiration to do this podcast!
And a HUGE THANK YOU to my lovely husband Brian who not only helped me edit this podcast, but he wrote, preformed and recorded all of the music as well! He’s super modest about all of this, so if you like it, i’d love it
if you could let Brian know!

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Here are links to some of the resources mentioned in my talk with Louise:

10 Comments

  1. Great interview/chat! So lovely to hear you both musing over art retreats (I'm addicted too!), inspiration and other tasty things
    Beth

  2. What a beautiful spotlight of Louise! Love her art and her attitude and can't wait to meet her at AAJ.

    And a fab job to you Ms. Juliette and your hubby for such a wonderful post :)

  3. thank you so much! i'll be sure and let Brian know too :)

  4. Its lovely to hear an artist talk about planning as there is this stereotype that all artists and organic and unorganised… I am with you Louise, on bringing organisation skills to our art! Well done both of you, you are flying and I am cheering you on :)

  5. thank you so much, concetta! that's wonderful to hear!

    -juliette

  6. I added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit mine and become a follower if you want to.

    God Bless You :-)

    ~Ron

  7. I am getting chills hearing your voices! Lovely lovely interview and WELL DONE on your first podcast!

  8. AWESOME Juliette and Brian. What a great first podcast!

    And Louise you are amazing and I can't wait to learn those techniques. Oh how I need them.
    xo

  9. Juliette, THANK YOU so much for a lovely podcast chat and fabulous questions, it was so much fun. Congratulations on your first podcast. xx

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