Oct 28, 2011
Join Larry Jordan as he talks with:
Lydia Cornell, Actress
Lydia Cornell has it all – beauty, brains, talent, success and unbridled creativity! She won the People’s Choice Award for her role as Sarah Rush on ABC’s “Too Close for Comfort” in 1980 and has worked non-stop ever since. She is just about finished with her new novel, is a recurring guest on the Bashama and Cornell podcast and we’ve pried her away to talk to us about her career and what she’s learned about achieving success in this industry.
Jessica Sitomer, President, The Greenlight Coach
Keeping the fires of creativity lit can be a hard task. Dealing with stress and remaining creative is even harder. Jessica Sitomer, president of The Greenlight Coach joins us tonight to look at the other side of working – staying creative without burning out. She’s helps explain the relationship between stress and creativity and staying healthy – you’ll want to hear her answers on this week’s show.
Dr. Margaret Cochran transpersonal psychologist, and Michael Cosgrove, host/producer
Dr. Margaret Cochran and her husband Michael Cosgrove produce the internet radio show ‘Whole Brain Thinking: Wisdom, Love and Magic!’ Wisdom, Love and Magic is about everything you think and everything you feel or imagine. Dr. Cochran and her guests talk about how to make sense of the worlds of linear science and felt experience and understand their impact on your everyday life.
Terry Curren, Founder/President, Alpha Dogs
The difference between a good editor and a great editor is the “creativity factor!” Terry Curren, Founder and President of Alpha Dogs, Inc. explains more about why it is important to involve editors in the creative process and how that can take your project to the next level.