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There’s No Place Like Art…

Tune in and listen to how The Arts transforms people’s lives!

 

Yiqing Zhao: Would-be-doctor-turned Actor/Writer/Creative Life Coach

Everything is connected. Everything, all these things, becomes a part of YOU. But then this journey does not stop. Some people stop from manifesting what they want because they understand the importance of training and then they let the training stop them...I'm not going to wait until I get the certification [to become] a certified coach. I know training is part of the journey...but that's not a pre-requisite for me to do something. https://media.blubrry.com/firstonlinewithfran/content.blubrry.com/firstonlinewithfran/Yiqing_Zhao_Podcast.mp3 Lucy Liu's savviness + Kimiko Glenn's bubblinessI did real surgeries on real people, twice, as an assistantMust-haves: 85% dark chocolate & kaleHalf-marathon runner, yogi, home chef, dog momAn untethered spirit. INFJ, Enneagram Type 8, Rebel.  https://youtu.be/KxTjIg8S458 I spent my mid-teens to mid-twenties dwelling in the "Woe is me" kind of emotional pain. And I was living in those nightmares in my mind over and over again, making myself a victim of my memories. Until one day it dawned on me: My past is just a story I tell myself. 💥I choose to move forward.💥I choose to be led by love, not fear.💥I choose to believe it before I see it. Then one day I looked back and was surprised to find how grateful I am for my past:IT MADE ME WHO I AM. 🌱What kind of stories are you telling yourself?🌱What kind of memories are you holding onto?🌱What kind of future would you like to create? Everything is … [Read More...]

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Jenny Lynn Stewart: A New York Spirit

It makes me feel happy. I feel happy when I sing. People who hear me sing tell me THEY feel happy; that I make their hearts happy. It’s the most joyful thing that I can do, I feel, for me and for others. JENNY LYNN STEWART, dramatic soprano, is a performer of uncommon versatility. Her […]

Holly Savas: Mom, Artist, VP Creative Action Network: An Artists’ Conduit for Change

I needed to use what I knew about working with big companies, my own company . . . to spread the word that art can change the world. . . Having something to do that spreads good in the world that makes me not focus on [my children] so much [so] that they can go […]

Mike Turner: Giving Voice to Truth

Politics, to me, has nothing to do with Republicans and Democrats, and the left and the right –all these labels that we want to apply to people we don’t agree with us. I wanna focus on what we DO agree about; I want to build off that consensus about what we can do about this […]

Jeannie Moon: Isn’t It Romantic

I write about relationships and I write about the ability of love to heal…We call the genre the literature of hope because we’d like to see it’s not just about that happily-ever-after; it’s about giving a hopeful optimistic view of how things can go. It doesn’t always mean it’s perfect, but it means like that […]

Joan Kane & Gary Morgenstein: Taking a Bite of a Sweet Divide

I believe we’re broken. Everybody is broken in some way. Everybody has a story to tell. There are cracks in us…Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken objects by highlighting their cracks with golden powder. . . the original object is even more beautiful than before it was broken…America is going to be even […]

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There’s No Place Like Art!

First Online With Fran’s First Podcast There’s No Place Like Art… The Arts are imperative — a life journey, a life experience that is like no other.  The Arts brings people together all in one space.  The plays I’ve written have touched lives — they’ve changed lives and that’s what Art does. ~Dan McCormick, Playwright […]

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