Sarah Rogo uses her personal journey as the jump into a deep dive into the ocean of artistry. How can we change through the process of creating? How can creating change through the process of internal and external exploration? Are we separate from art or are we art itself? Feel the connected threads between the worlds of art and everyday life in interviews with the wild minds of musicians, writers, entrepreneurs, and more.
The Poetry of Dying Things- With Ian McCartor
I'm back with Artist and Hospice nurse Ian McCartor to talk about poetry, art, and death during this time in the world where we grapple with not only our physical mortality but the mortality of expectations, old selves, and world paradigms.
Heart and Art of Business with Lila Zimmerman
Whether you're an entrepreneur or not, business of some kind will cross your path. How can we follow authentic business strategies? How can we maintain and sustain ourselves alongside our business? When is enough enough? How can listening to our bodies help us in business? In this episode of ATA Sarah Rogo talks with Lila Zimmerman about the heart and art of business.
The Alchemy of Finance - The spirit of Money (With Meaghan Wall)
In this episode of ATA we talk money. Why are we afraid of it? Will we ever have enough? How can we shift our perspectives of money to evil to light to attract abundance? Sarah Rogo is joined by Meaghan Wall of Sacred Numbers Finance to chat about the energy of money.
Death and Art - With Hospice Nurse and Musician Ian McCartor
In this episode I (Sarah Rogo) interview Ian McCartor, A musician and Hospice nurse. Ian sits with the dying and listens to their stores to create a "Legacy Song" for them and their families. He shares with us stories, insights, and inspirations on how death and teach us of life and art.
Wim Hoff Method - What's The Hype? - With Kam Zardouzian
Telling Your Story - Taking on your Bio and why it's Important
Episode 1 and I am looking forward to the next one. I found this very inspiring.
Sarah Rogo has started something beautiful.
Let me start by saying that at the time I’m writing this Sarah Rogo has only released one episode. However, in this one episode Rogo reveals so much about her creative work flow and the personal challenges she faces as a creator that you’d think she’s been podcasting for awhile. It’s a rare thing really, to be able to instantaneous connect with an audience. I firmly believe that’s what Sarah Rogo has done here. She’s down to earth and full of wonderful, inspiring wisdom that just makes you want go out and create! I’ll be eagerly awaiting further episodes and more of Rogos wonderful advice.