Coaching, conversation and culture change to disrupt the scarcity mindset in ourselves and in the collective.
Introspection As Community Care with Andrew Lang
Kate interviews educator and author Andrew Lang. They talk about:
✨ Scarcity mindset as a disconnection from our own inherent dignity.
✨ Practices for cultivating a rich inner life.
✨ The importance of depth and introspection to seeing the resources that are already available to us.
✨ The intersection of spirituality and activism for social change.
✨ Disrupting scarcity in the public school system.
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Episode 55: Cultivating Timelessness to Heal Time Scarcity with Becca Rich
Kate interviews holistic time coach, Becca Rich. They discuss:
✨ The portal that takes us from linear "human" time to a more spacious "spiritual" sense of time.
✨ Approaches to separating time from money.
✨ How and why we should experience states of timelessness.
✨ And more!
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Episode 54: How Writers Can Overcome Scarcity Mindset With Community
Kate talks to author and creative coach, Catherine LaSota. They discuss:
How honing your authentic voice in order to find your place in a crowded creative market.
The importance of community over competition with other artists and writers.
The false scarcity that can be created when we view awards, grants and residencies as the only path to legitimacy as an artist.
Mindset reframes to empower and resource your work as a writer, content creator or artist.
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✨ Check out Catherine's free online community for writers: https://community.theresortlic.com/
✨ Learn more about Catherine's work as a coach for writers and creatives at: catherinelasota.com
Episode 53: The Creative Gift of Limitations with Gary Grundei
Kate interviews the award-winning musician and teacher, Gary Grundei. They talk about:
How scarcity and limitations can support the creative process.
Songwriting and the human voice as a portal to creating more from less.
Why everyone has permission to write songs, even if you don't have formal training.
How and why to prioritize creativity.
And so much more!
Gary Grundei is an award-winning musician and teacher based in NYC. He is the founder of golden lotus studio, an online community for songwriters. Gary is well-known for his work with the band High Fiction, composing music for theater, film, and podcasts, as well as coaching and producing other artists. Gary has written music for NPR, MTV, and the ID Channel, as well as for prestigious institutions such as The Kennedy Center and New York Stage and Film. He has taught at universities such as Naropa University and Occidental College, and worked on projects with Meredith Monk, Bill Pullman, and Leigh Fondakowski. He and Amy Shelley make records under the moniker High Fiction.
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Episode 52: Moving From a Corporate Career to an Embodied Private Practice, with Kat Kocurek
Kate interviews Rolfer and movement educator, Kat Kocurek. They discuss:
How Kat developed the clarity and courage to leave a successful corporate marketing career to pursuing her dream of becoming a professional bodyworker.
The ways that embodiment can help disrupt scarcity thinking.
Kat's relationship to money mindset as someone who had "golden handcuffs", and how she shifted that thinking.
Finding a sense of security from doing work that you want to growth with for a lifetime, rather than from a specific amount of income.
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Episode 51: Are Your Ideas Good Enough? Overcoming Creative Scarcity Mindsets with Kate Holly
On this solo-cast, Kate reviews some of the most common scarcity mindsets related to creativity, thought leadership and self-expression.
If you have ever worried that your ideas are not good enough, original enough, or you are not getting your work into the world fast enough to compete with the others who might have similar expertise, this episode is for you! Nourish your mind with some believable reframes and reminders so that you can keep creating your best work at your own pace and feel confident in sharing it with the world.
If you are an entrepreneur, artist, content creator, or Enneagram Type 4 (if you know, you know), you will want to give this one a listen.
References in this episode include:
Space Beyond Scarce Podcast Episode 16 with Caryn Berley
Space Beyond Scarce Podcast Episode 18 with Kelly Diels
Space Beyond Scarce Podcast Episode 49 with Anika Horn
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Love this podcast!
Kate has such a welcoming voice and presence. She shares valuable information and helps the listener come to new understandings with helpful questions and curiosity. This is one of my favorite new podcasts!
Captivating and relevant
This podcast is well produced, highly listenable, focused, and profoundly relevant to both my personal life and my connection to the world at large. Social and political constructs are broken down and analyzed for truth and helpfulness, then she teaches you how to discard what is harmful, embody what is just and level up to the person you always knew you could be. All of this is done through interesting, thoughtful and easy to understand interviews with the raddest people or through occasional Kate-rants that will cause you to fall in love with this charming host for her powers of logic interlaced with creative ideas to solve the biggest problems of our age. Simply brilliant, tune in and join the movement!
Yes to This!
I have been introduced to many new ways to look at and think about scarcity through this podcast. Kate does a really nice job of taking difficult concepts and bringing them down to earth for me.I like the way she always offers a way to take action at the end of each episode.