Episode #72: Emily Ann Peterson | Bare Naked Bravery
– How playing the Cello has made her a better leader
– What true bravery looks like and it’s not what you think…
– Where all the brave people are hiding and how she finds them
– She also breaks it down on what it takes (and means) to be “Creatively Courageous”
Emily Ann Peterson spent 17 years with her cello. It was her second voice until she was diagnosed with a degenerative neurological hand tremor. Refusing to resign to fate and genetics, she expanded her skills to include the piano and solo songwriting. This act of neurological defiance broke through her creative glass ceiling and then swept her up in the expansive limits.
Her podcast, Bare Naked Bravery, features conversations with everyday heros about the quiet successes and loud failures required to do the brave things for which we know and love them.
Peterson’s mission is inspire a global resonance and magnanimous community through the marriage of art and whole-person development.
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Emily’s Favourite Book:
The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron
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