Rank #1: 9: Richard Derham from Derham Law on his many leaps and answering your questions
This week I am speaking with Richard Derham. Richard is a Canadian lawyer and the principal of Derham Law. We are speaking about his journey and the social enterprise he launched to help at-risk youth. We spend quite a bit of our talk answering the legal questions you submitted.
Feb 15 2015
Rank #2: 6: Living a Life of Gentle, Responsible Rebellion with David duChemin
Time for me to come clean. I totally have a man crush on David duChemin and not just because he is one of the most talented, giving and purpose-driven photographers on the planet. His book changed my life. I was in the process of shutting down my photography studio and getting a "real job" when I happened to read his latest book, How to Feed a Starving Artist. It gave me the confidence to choose the harder path, re-focus my photography business and launch this podcast. David and I talk about life choices, pricing and forgetting that the rules even exist.
P.S. David has written more than two books. I was just giddy with excitement to be speaking with David.
Jan 12 2015
Rank #3: 3: Leaving the Corporate World Behind with Jon Wilkening from JonWilkening.com
Jon Wilkening is a truly amazing photographer, artist, and modern sage for those contemplating leaving the corporate world to do their life's work. In this episode, Jon explores his own journey from working for a series of large financial institutions to being an artist and bagging his former co-workers groceries.
Dec 01 2014
Rank #4: 4: The Love Letters with Mandy Ross from mandyrossartstudio.com
Mandy Ross is one of the most open, loving and insightful artists I have ever met. Her weekly love letters inspire me to be more vulnerable and help me to remember why I am doing this and what really matters. She is an emerging artist with a heart that burns as brightly as the sun. We explore love, reframing and not being silent about abuse.
Dec 15 2014
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Rank #5: 5: Emerging from Darkness with the Stunning Anne Marie Talon!
Anne Marie Talon is a force of nature. To speak with her is to be moved. She keeps much of her work secret and hidden from the world but the flashes I get to see cause my heart to leap.We explore the myths of being an artist and her battles with depression.
Dec 29 2014
Rank #6: 19: Self Care, Here be Dragons and Season 2!
A special episode of Taking the Leap where I discuss my challenges with the Holiday Season, finding our way to self-care, my new podcast and the upcoming Season 2 of Taking the Leap!
Show notes at: seanhoward.ca/19
Dec 26 2015
Rank #7: 18: Ramey Barnett on Quittirement and Taking Control of Our Lives
Ramey Barnett is one of the smartest, funniest and most fiery people I know. But I was still floored when she and her wife quit their jobs and took a year to find themselves. The year is up and they are not going back. We talk about courage, their journey and how to take control of our lives.
Show notes at: seanhoward.ca/18
Aug 30 2015
Rank #8: 17: Terry Mixon On Finding Your Audience and My Wife Carries a Tazer
Terry was one of the people who inspired me to become a writer. He walked away from NASA at 50 and turned to writing an epic science fiction series that is now generating enough revenue that Terry is considering becoming a full-time writer. We talk about fearing rejection, finding your audience and the myth of "overnight success."
Show notes at: seanhoward.ca/17
Aug 11 2015
Rank #9: 15: Leading from the Emerging Future with Otto Scharmer
This week I am speaking with Otto Scharmer – senior lecturer at MIT's Sloan School of Management, co-founder of the Presencing Institute, founding chair of the MIT IDEAS Program, social innovator and an amazing facilitator of personal, organizational and societal change. We speak about stillness, transformation, and his latest book, Leading from the Emerging Future.
show notes: seanhoward.ca/15
Jun 09 2015
Rank #10: 2: Failure, Authenticity and the Scarcity Mindset with Dave Conrey from Fresh Rag
Dave Conrey from FreshRag.com is in the hot seat this week. Dave is both friend and mentor and has helped me to take so many leaps of late. He shares his experiences with failure, marketing his new book, and getting beyond the starving artist mindset.
Nov 17 2014