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Author: Lisa Congdon

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The Lisa Congdon Sessions is a podcast for creative folks about living and working with more intention, curiosity, and joy. Most interesting to Lisa is what happens at the intersection between life as an artist and life as a human, with all our baggage, aspirations, hopes and dreams. From big questions to practical ones about business, social media, time management, and finding your way through the winding creative path- each episode Lisa will share stories, tips, insights, and conversations from the heart.
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Lisa's learning platform: The Knack School (mistakenly called it The Lisa Congdon Sessions in the episode!) 
Tim's website (you can find links to his book there)Tim's instagram 
Kat‘s website: https://www.katvellos.comKat’s instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katvellos_authorRobin Dunbar: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Dunbar
Sarah's InstagramSarah's WebsiteIt's Supposed to Be FunCall of a Lifetime Documentary Series
Ruth's websiteRuth's InstagramThe MothChanel Miller
Diane's websiteDiane's instagram
The d.school You Need a ManifestoMy Values Deck 
Join Lisa for a look back at 2022 and what she learned this past year experimenting with living at the intersection of self-discipline, being with discomfort and trusting her intuition.
Serena's websiteSerena on InstagramRich Roll's episode on mindsetSpecial Blend Gravel CampOregon Trail Gravel Grinder Race 
Marcie on InstagramMarcie's upcoming book
Bridget's WebsiteChronicle BooksLisa's shop (15% off with code PODCAST15)
Morgan on Instagram.Widening Circles by RilkeMorgan's website.
Sophie GamandSophie's Instagram feed Sophie refers to Liz Gilbert's Big MagicAnd to Glennon Doyle as an inspiration 
In this short season finale episode Lisa shares some context on taking breaks (going all the way back to medieval times), how our relationship to breaks has changed since the invention of the light bulb,  and why breaks are necessary to maintain our lifelong commitment to the things we love. 
This Long Thread: On Craft, Community and Connection Women in Clothes
Brandi's website: https://www.brandicheyenneharper.comBrandi's new book: https://www.brandicheyenneharper.com/knitting-for-radical-self-careBrandi's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandicheyenneharper/
Rae's website: https://www.raesenarighi.comRae's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/transpainter/Netflix video: https://www.raesenarighi.com/trans-netflix-specialStory about Rae's Billboards: https://www.wuwm.com/2021-10-20/i-had-to-do-something-tangible-how-a-billboard-turned-into-a-grassroots-movement-sharing-positivity 
Lisa's website: https://lisaolivera.comLisa's new book: https://lisaolivera.com/bookLisa's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_lisaolivera/
Debbie's new book: https://www.whydesignmatters.onlineDesign Matters Podcast: https://www.designmattersmedia.com
This week is the third installation of the ASK LISA ANYTHING series! In this episode we cover a myriad of topics, including work/life balance (and does it really exist?), Lisa's favorite tools, how she deals with a lukewarm reception or criticism of her work, where she finds inspiration, staying inspired and so much more! Moderated by Lisa's wife Clay.
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