The School of Bravery: a learning lab for life, career & creativity

A weekly Arts, Business and Careers podcast
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Exposing the threads of heroism stitching together the stories, creativity, and people we admire most. Hosted by singer/songwriter, teaching artist, and creative entrepreneur, Emily Ann Peterson. Her hope is that by listening to others search for and find their bravery, we will all find our own. Each week features a revealing conversation with the authors, musicians, artists, business owners, and other professionals who courageously pour themselves into their work.

Every guest flaunts the obstacles battled and the bravery required for their quiet victories and loud failures. Conversations that unclothe the fears befriended (or banished) along our stories of bravery, quiet heroism, and all-out gutsy-ness. [Warning: some episodes will open the (sometimes) Pandora's box of constraints and dream-crushing realities of what it *really* take to be brave.]
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Podcast Details

Created by
Emily Ann Peterson
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Aug 12th, 2016
Latest Episode
Jul 8th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
148
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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