Honu Global partners, Beth Blair and Jay McNulty, are artist and artisan. Here they share their creativity of repurposing things, bringing them back to life. Jay and Beth are entrepreneurs, consultants, mentors and even crafters of beer. They curate ideas and get the process brewing. Innovative, inspiring, funny and challenging at times – two friends sharing what they love, hoping to reduce the footprint on the earth by upcycling and creating art. Listen now.
Woo Woo Symbols
In this episode, we talk about the woo-woo symbols that are important to us, how we use them in our environment, which ones inspire, and how we use them. Listen now.
Changes in Our Health and Well-being Process- AKA getting older
In this episode, we are talking about our health and well-being practices. You know, Jay is getting up there in years, and Beth has a clinical study to prove it! We give some tips on setting goals. Listen Now.
Remote New Retail Space - Seaglass Monthly Market
In this episode, we are discussing our new retail space at Seaglass Monthly Market in Castle Hayne, NC, near Wilmington. The concept is a monthly market on the same weekend each month, the third weekend. It is a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday market. And you work in your own space. We share other things we are focusing on and of course, beer is part of the conversation. Listen Now.
In this week’s episode we discuss why we hold back from doing things that we want to do but just can’t get started. As we go through changes in work and our personal life what are things that hold you back from making changes or starting something new. Is it fear of failure, fear of success, or believing that you are not good enough to start a venture or change. We banter about the reasons why we hold back and ways we have pushed forward.
Feeding the soul and fitting into the world
This week week we ponder Jay’s philosophic brain dump of self discovery. Beth discusses what it’s like to be in creative solitude and debates wanting to fit in rather then not caring what others think. What are the things that matter like family, partners and friends. Jay challenges his introvert tendencies and explores ways of breaking out and living in the moment.
Letting go to grow
In this weeks episode we explore the challenges and what it means to be an artist. How do you deal with rejection and the way people communicate their feelings. Establishing value and helping your audience understand your vision. Keeping fresh through continuous learning and growth. Sharing through mentorship and tutoring. Dark beer prevails and we belatedly celebrate moving past our diamond jubilee.
Wonderful and engaging!
Truly fantastic conversation about so many relative topics!