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Thoughts on Creativity and Curiosity with Wendy Hale Davis and Ricë Freeman Zachery

February 4, 2012

My friends Wendy Hale Davis  and Ricë Freeman-Zachery have just made a great new podcast. In it Ricë interviews Wendy about creativity and her curious mind. Wendy has just turned 60. She talks about some of the various interests in her life and how they connect. She does a wonderful job of mapping out how delving into something with a curious mind will lead to more curiosity, more knowledge, more fun, more life.

Go get a taste of that now with the podcast included in Ricë's post: Podcast with the Brilliant, Creative & Curious Wendy Hale Davis. It's about 40 minutes short (I want more) and a great way to start your weekend. (Wendy brings up a story from her life about a "magnificent failure" in art school which everyone should hear.)

Delve deeper this weekend!

    • Zoe
    • February 4, 2012
    Reply

    Thanks for bringing this podcast up today, Roz. I nearly always check out Rice’s program but may not have listened for days, and this one is a not to be missed.

    I had to go to my bookshelf and get Jason Thompson’s book out to check which were Wendy Hale’s books.

    She, Wendy is a wonderful interviewee; Rice always a terrific interviewer.

    Have a great weekend; this starts mine all rev’d up. 🙂

  1. Reply

    Zoe, I’ve been able to look through Wendy’s journals in person and they are incredible, beautiful documents. I think the interview really captures a bit of the joy they have in each other as friends as well. I’m glad you started your day with the the podcast!

    • Ricë
    • February 4, 2012
    Reply

    Thanks for helping spread the word about Wendy’s podcast, Roz. Now we’ve just got to find a date when you’re free, and then one when *both* of you are free. I can’t wait~~

    • j.long
    • February 4, 2012
    Reply

    Thanks so much Roz. Listening to Rice’s podcast with Wendy was just what I needed on this Saturday morning. I have just turned 70 and retired from a 30-1/2 year job that I loved, but felt it was time for a change. I am a bit out of synch, but know in my gut that I am moving in the right direction. It was perfect.

  2. Reply

    Ricë I’m looking forward to it. Roz

  3. Reply

    j.long, I’m glad you enjoyed the podcast. After all that time at one job I can understand how you might feel out of sync, but I hope Wendy’s words encouraged you to seek out more of your interests and see where that all takes you. I hope you have a new 30 year adventure ahead of you.

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