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This podcast is led by mindset authority Teri Wade and is dedicated to helping actors, writers, directors, musicians, and other storytelling artists to amplify and direct their true creative power, so they can make the impact they're here to make.

The Evolving Artist Podcast Teri Wade

    • TV & Film

This podcast is led by mindset authority Teri Wade and is dedicated to helping actors, writers, directors, musicians, and other storytelling artists to amplify and direct their true creative power, so they can make the impact they're here to make.

    EP08: Your Purpose as an Artist is Your Lifeline [Mindset Repatterning]

    EP08: Your Purpose as an Artist is Your Lifeline [Mindset Repatterning]

    Learn how to discover your purpose as an artist in this podcast, and it will help you overcome any challenge that you face.

    • 49 min
    EP07: How to Cure Writer’s Block [Mindset Repatterning]

    EP07: How to Cure Writer’s Block [Mindset Repatterning]

    EP07: How to Cure Writer’s Block [Mindset Repatterning] by Teri Wade

    • 53 min
    EP06: How to Reconnect to Your Muse [Mindset Repatterning]

    EP06: How to Reconnect to Your Muse [Mindset Repatterning]

    In this podcast, you'll hear a Mindset Repatterning™ session led by Teri Wade, with a client who was feeling lonely and disconnected from the passion he used to feel for his art (music).

    He is a very talented and driven musician, but had been feeling like he lost his identity and confidence because of outside influences from his family, his intimate relationship, and his experiences at music school.

    By the end of the session (where you’ll hear him play guitar), he was again feeling confident again, and proud of the work he was doing, and was smiling ear to ear. He also was able to recognize that being true to himself was not only best not only for him, but others around him.

    Here's a breakdown of what's covered:
    3:10 Feeling low confidence and loss of identity because of the way others steered him
    4:15 What he wants most: bring back joy, love, identity
    5:40 Family issues, music school, intimate relationship taking a toll
    8:20 Different aspects of himself in conflict… bringing them into alignment
    9:45 “I don’t feel like I’m good enough…”
    10:45 Others feeling jealous of his success and how that impacted him
    14:30 Working hard to do what others want me too (to be accepted) to my own detriment
    15:10 Recreating structure and patterns; what pattern allows you to be/do/have
    16:00 Validation of work and self -- wanting to belong
    17:10 Doesn’t have supportive community of like-minded artists
    18:27 Make sure all parts are getting what they need
    20:15 How this work is molding your reality like play dough
    21:20 Old pattern: “I feel lonely… I don’t have meaningful relationships with like-minded artists who really understand me…”
    28:30 New pattern: “I have meaningful relationships with like-minded artists who really understand me and encourage me to do what I want to do and encourage me to stay true to myself…” (feels hopeful, but not possible yet)
    32:12 Creating new possibilities from old patterns
    33:03 Apologetic for no reason; timid, reserved, shy with others and while playing music
    34:30 Wants to believe he’s good enough for people to hire him
    35:20 Wants to feel proud of the work he does
    36:14 “I’m outgoing and confident about who I am. I believe in myself. I put faith in myself. I’m proud of the work I do.”
    39:30 Message from current self “I believe in you. I have faith in you. Me and everybody else want you to play from your heart.”
    40:50 Modality: playing the guitar
    43:30 After modality: “I wish you could see my face right now, I’m smiling ear to ear”
    45:40 Appreciate most: “I’m the most helpful to others when I’m myself.”
    46:45 Listen to how different he sounds and feels while saying statements again
    49:23 Need to play more guitar after session; read affirmations aloud once per day for 2 weeks
    50:00 How his openness is giving back to others who listen to this session
    50:28 Visit www.MindsetRepatterning.com

    • 50 min
    EP05: Healing the Inequities in Hollywood [Mindset Repatterning]

    EP05: Healing the Inequities in Hollywood [Mindset Repatterning]

    In this podcast, you'll hear a Mindset Repatterning™ session led by Teri Wade, creator of The Evolving Artist, and actor Mark Neely in an exploration of the challenges faced by people of color in navigating Hollywood. By the end, Mark felt uplifted and inspired by a new vision of what Hollywood is meant to be.

    Here's a breakdown of what's covered:
    5:20 - Letting go of negative “relationships” with acting.
    11:40 - Switching agents and the relationship going south (inciting incidents).
    19:10 - “Let me into the race and I’ll get the job done.”
    20:10 - Conflicting beliefs: the up-front role vs the background role.
    22:40 - Identifying mystery blocks to acting success.
    24:04 - Naming the “ugly stuff” so you can get a bigger shift.
    25:30 - Checking for patterns, not truth or falsehood.
    27:20 - “The people who control Hollywood won’t let me in.”
    29:40 - Divine timing of an experience; so it can be cleared to make way for what you want.
    36:25 - Fitting in with Kerry Washington, “Let’s have some fun!”
    38:12 - Being in front of the camera is magical... just where he wants to be.
    43:50 - Same mindset for auditions and for shooting: “Let’s do a great story and make some magic.”
    49:45 - Feeling excluded--being on the outside.
    57:05 - The privilege of working with others in the industry.
    58:30 - The ego destroying the magic (do you have to be arrogant to succeed as an actor?)
    1:04:08 - “The fine line” of being accepted by actors at a certain level.
    1:06:20 - Being a Black actor in a stereotypical role (the first time race is mentioned).
    1:08:40 - Not wanting to be a victim or “blamey” about racism.
    1:12:00 - Learning to be in a “minimal place”; having to work harder to be accepted.
    1:21:20 - The real decision-makers and money-makers aren’t POC.
    1:23:30 - Resistance to even naming the “ugliness”... the problem.
    1:27:17 - “Hate and privilege from white people who run studios doesn’t let me or people who look like me in.”
    1:29:10 - Justifiable anger in the face of injustice.
    1:31:15 - The “magic genie result.”
    1:34:00 - Flipping the script: “studios are multicultural” and “open the gates with love and appreciation for the talents of everyone.”
    1:35:35 - Importance of the stories from artists.
    1:41:12 - Stepping into the role of main studio head to apologize for the wrongs they’ve done
    1:44:05 - Expressing gratitude for Mark’s willingness to be vulnerable and represent those who are excluded.
    1:46:00 - Rechecking the statements; noticing how the negative statements now sound like they came from a completely different person--“the old you.”

    • 1 hr 36 min
    EP04: The Life and Times of The Evolving Artist [Interview]

    EP04: The Life and Times of The Evolving Artist [Interview]

    In this episode, Richard Duggan, host of Tell Me Your Story, interviews Teri Wade, founder of The Evolving Artist, about her coaching business which is dedicated to helping actors, writers, directors, and other storytelling artists to fulfill their true creative potential and maximize their impact.



    Here's a breakdown of what's covered:

    This episode is a radio interview where Richard Duggan, host of Tell Me Your Story, interviews Teri Wade about The Evolving Artist.

    Here's a breakdown of what's covered:

    3:22 - Artists are in the most powerful position to make an impact in the world. Facing rejection while being sensitive isn’t easy.

    7:10 - “energy vampires” and “dream-crushers”

    10:25 - Deep-down you know what you’re here to do, but shrink from it because there are so many scary things that can come with doing what you’re meant to do.

    14:10 - Your purpose, and how it evolves. Lowering resistance to growth, opening new creative channels.

    21:08 History isn’t set in stone, it’s actually fluid and changeable.

    25:25 Re-tell your past in a way that changes your future.

    26:04 People say “just write a new story for yourself,” but you have to gain control of the story you’re already carrying inside. A more empowered story is a more honest story.

    33:55 - The Essential Life Story

    35:45 - We are all artists, and our greatest work of art is the life we’re creating every day.

    42:25 - Surrender to the manifestation of what you have been calling forth…it doesn’t always come in the way you expect it to.

    47:50 - Feel Better Letters: Your most challenging relationships can change in a heartbeat. Your relationships are a reflection of what’s happening inside…one person has the power to shift those dynamics.”

    54:20 - How to tell if the guidance in your head is intuition or something else.

    1:01:01 - “Until your experiences are fully integrated into your life as a whole, they won’t help you or continue occurring.”

    1:04:05 - “that’s the story of my life…" When the story is not working in your favor, it’s time for it to evolve.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    EP03: The Secret to Audition Success [Mindset Repatterning]

    EP03: The Secret to Audition Success [Mindset Repatterning]

    In this podcast you'll listen to a Mindset Repatterning™ session led by Teri Wade, that leads the client to breakthroughs about auditioning that take his career to the next level.

    He's gathered an impressive number of IMDb credits since then, including appearances on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Fear the Walking Dead.

    Here's a breakdown of what's covered:
    1:50 - Results from his previous Mindset Repatterning session.
    3:30 - Mental flogging about losing money he’d planned on advancing his career with/self-sabotage.
    4:50 - We experience what we’re a fit for.
    6:15 - Being treated unjustly in prior workplace.
    8:18 - “We tend to carry into a new situation what we haven’t resolved in the last one.”
    9:15 - Wanting to be rewarded for contributions; wanting credit for what he did
    10:30 - Same patterns keep repeating.
    12:15 - Ready to take back control of circumstances and accept and forgive.
    13:00 - It’s a good thing that we can’t forgive until we shifted the pattern.
    13:45 - Feeling “used” as an actor, not being valued.
    16:00 - What losing the money prevented him from doing.
    18:40 - What losing the money allowed him to do; the benefit to being stuck.
    20:45 - Avoiding making decisions.
    24:45 - “Sometimes you learn what you don’t want, before you learn what you do.”
    25:54 - “If you learn from your mistake, then it wasn’t a mistake… it was education.”
    29:00 - Being excited about things, but then all sorts of issues with it come up… “I should’ve done this…” or “should’ve said that…”
    34:25 - Everything comes down to your self-perception.
    35:15 - Should you expect not to get the job after the audition?
    45:04 - Getting clear on what you want in your career.
    50:25 - Operating from a place of strength…not necessarily about talent or skill in the art.
    51:04 - Sabotaging yourself by “getting ready to get ready.”
    52:50 - Feeling intimidated/overwhelmed at first… not knowing how to talk to people or how to present yourself, and how to become more genuine.
    1:00:00 - Why Teri works with artists.
    1:05:15 - Creating the shift: going back to 4-year-old self and how he felt about dad.
    1:08:15 - I see you, I’m here for you, and everything’s gonna work out. You can count on me.
    1:11:00 - Repeating statements back… all on!
    Visit www.MindsetRepatterning.com

    • 1 hr 18 min

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