The Inner Alchemy Podcast with Becca Clegg
ON THIS EPISODE OF INNER ALCHEMY
CHOOSING YOURSELF, EXPERIENCE-BASED HEALING, AND THE ROLE OF VULNERABILITY IN SHIFTING BUSINESS CULTURE
Y’all. What an enlightening conversation this was. I am joined by well-travelled and vulnerability-driven wedding photographer and creative business coach Kristin Sweeting on Season Two, Episode Two of the Inner Alchemy Podcast, and can I just say– Get ready for some radical mindset shifts. We dive into how grief and vulnerability can shape our sense of self and our creative work for the better, how to make human-first choices to craft a life that isn’t just successful on the surface, and how to shake ourselves out of our respective comfort zones and start making “dangerous decisions.” Join us for an episode of air quotes, questioning why you do things the way you do them, and thinking of life like one giant charcuterie board. (It will make sense when you listen, I promise). Listen now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
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ABOUT THE GUEST
Kristin has been photographing weddings and celebrations around the world for over 11 years and photography work has taken her to over 20 different countries. With a deep love of travel, experiences, and people, she seeks to capture wedding days in a way that feel like the viewer stepped back in time but also with modern vibrance, expression, and light. She dives in deep with her clients to truly capture them with authenticity and show their connection with each other, their friends, and their family. She’s had work featured in top wedding magazines and blogs, was voted one of the top wedding photographers in the South by Southern Weddings Magazine, and gives back to photographers and creatives who want to grow their businesses through retreats, workshops, speaking, and coaching. In addition to photography, Kristin is the founder of Danger School, a diverse group of creative entrepreneurs from various industries – photography, art, therapy, musicians, shop owners, and coaches– that cultivates change in business culture. The “Dangerous Creatives,” (@dangerouscreatives) as Kristin calls them, “believe in a way of doing business and creating art that helps creatives become the healthiest version of themselves, builds community, and changes culture.”
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