Meet Callie Brown, a Clarity Coach and soul stimulator. Callie supports women to connect, articulate and celebrate their core essence and nature. Awakening conscious choice, possibility and a heart inspired direction to open up an intentional daily life that feels deeply aligned and really good!
In this episode of Make Some Noise, Karly and Callie talk about acting and creativity. They tell their stories as Callie shares with us her journey from actor to coach.
1:53 – A small introduction to Callie Brown
15:38 – Callie talks about what performance means to her now
24:04 – “Waiting for the break will break you”
36:35 – Callie speaks how we mostly already have what we are going after
40:47 – Callie talks about her journey from actor to coach
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Julie Neale, a podcaster and founder of Mother’s Quest. Julie honors both the meaning and the mess of life and parenthood and believes our children and youth challenge us to grow into our best selves. She is on a mission to live a truly E.P.I.C. life and, through her example, inspire her children to do the same. Her for-purpose and profit venture, Mother’s Quest, provides inspiration, coaching and community so that mothers, and those who work with young people, can connect to support and resources, fulfill their unique purpose, and live their E.P.I.C. lives.
In this episode, Julie and Karly chat about podcasting as a tool of expression, activism and impact. They speak about perfectionism and inspire us with their stories.
1:38 – An introduction to Julie Neale and what her podcast is all about
12:36 – Julie talks about the idea of “hundred day project”
19:55 – Julie shares an interesting...
Meet Dr. Marianne van den Broek, a psychiatrist and coach who helps ambitious women achieve their goals by remembering who they truly are. Marianne spent 9 years working in academia as a researcher (PhD) and clinician (MD). Meanwhile, she had 2 children in 1 year.
In this episode, Karly and Marianne share their stories as they talk about mental health. Marianne explains us what psychiatry is and talks about mental health from a psychiatrist perspective.
1:52 – A small introduction to Marianne van den Broek
6:05 – Marianne talks about the difference between psychiatry and other therapies
14:56 - “Looking at the person gives you more insights than looking at the brain”
19:50 – Karly and Marianne talk about what can we do to stop the lineage from affecting our kids
32:45 – Marianne speaks about what made her go into mixing Eastern and Western medicine
45:28 – “We are all plugged in the same plug”
Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Nicole Gibson, a multi-award winning social entrepreneur, but she prefers to see herself as an unstoppable messenger of love and human potential. Nicole's mission is to gain collective participation in conversations that offer new possibility and new vision; let’s turn up the love. Nicole is a fierce ambassador for mental health, innovation and connection after recovering from her own terrifying lived experience with anorexia nervosa through her teenage years.
In this episode, Karly and Nicole talk about cultivating a healthy relationship with yourself. They speak about the importance of trust and the best ways for people to start believing in themselves. Nicole shares her experience and inspires us to start asking questions.
1:27 – An introduction to Nicole Gibson and how she started her mission
8:18 – Nicole gives her advice to people that feel scared of doing something they love
14:56 - “The way the...
Meet Lisa Orkin, an award-winning comedy radio producer and filmmaker. In her role as Creative Director for the award-winning Radio Ranch, Lisa has over 15 years experience in copywriting, scripting, audio production and voice acting in both traditional and digital media.
In this episode, Karly and Lisa share their stories about podcasting and creativity in general. They talk about rejection and the best way to deal with it, but they also share some interesting stories and opinions for people that are trying to get creativity back in their lives.
1:30 – Lisa Orkin makes a small introduction to herself
10:44 – Lisa talks about the role of creativity in her childhood and her relationship with creativity today
22:49 – Karly shares her opinion about why most podcasters only make it to seven episodes
32:46 – Lisa speaks about the relationship between creating, rejection and vulnerability
38:22 – Lisa shares an interesting story when she...
Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Karine Bell, a Somatic Educator and Certified Mindfulness Instructor. She is also an anthropologist by training bringing culture and history to bear on an understanding of how a disconnection from the body has shaped our lived experience.
In this episode, Karly and Karine talk about the role of creativity in communities. Karine shares with us her incredible story about her time in Black Baptist Church where she was doing a dance program. She inspires us with her story to embrace our emotions and feel free to express them.
1:45 – A short introduction to Karine Bell
5:50 – Karly and Karine talk about how sometimes people leave with anxiety so long that they start thinking that it’s normal
13:14 – Karline tells her story about doing dance program in a Black Baptist Church
38:54 – “How we meet the experience like grief is going to influents how we are going to experience those moments”
Meet Sanchia Marshall, a watercolour artist from Brisbane. After having children, Sanchia went through post-natal depression which led her to rekindle her love of drawing, and she rediscovered the joy of painting with acrylics and watercolours.
In this episode, Karly and Sanchia talk about the way that art can help you when you experience depression. They chat about turning art into business and ways to deal with pressure.
3:56 – An introduction to Sanchia and role of creativity in her childhood
9:58 - The reasons why Sanchia started to explore creating
15:20 - Karly and Sanchia talk about pressure being the reason why people don't want to turn their art into business
18:26 - Sanchia talks about the first time that she has experienced depression
30:55 – “People are so uncomfortable with other people feeling shit”
39:16 – Karly and Sanchia talk about learing more about yourself through the process of creating art
Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Sharon Pakir, a speaker, trainer, coach and facilitator. She is a director of The Trailblazer Tribe — a company that helps its clients achieve personal, professional, and business growth.
In this episode, Sharon shares her incredible story with us. Sharon and Karly discuss trauma after an experience with death and huge medical trauma during the birth of her 2nd son and the way that art can help you overcome the worst periods in your life.
1:33 – An introduction of Sharon Pakir and a little background of what she does
3:48 – The beginning of her incredible story
27:25 – Sharon speaks about using art to help you with your trauma
33:00 – Karly and Sharon talks about how we all feel lonely which is the reason why we want to do anything so our kids doesn’t feel the same
38:00 - The rough period that we are going through is often reflected on our bodies.
48:40 – Sharon talks about learning to love...
Today, on Make Some Noise, we meet Kim Werker, a writer and editor. She is the author of half a dozen crochet books and Make It Mighty Ugly, a guide to vanquishing creative demons.
In this episode, Kim and Karly chat about the ways to realize that there are no rules in creativity other than those rules that you’ve set up for yourself. They talk about fear, expectations and the fact that art is anything that you create no matter what majority of people would think about it.
2:09 – An introduction to Kim and reasons why she started to express her creativity
7:20 – Mighty Ugly and what was the story behind the project
23:10 - Kim and Karly talk about the fact that art does not have to avoid the ugly side
30:19 - The way that lack of expectations to create something beautiful is giving you more freedom to express your creativity
37:30 – Kim and Karly chat on how fear shouldn’t stop people from trying to create anything