1 hr 3 min

PN_33 keep kids creative with Robin Konie Pink Noise Posse

    • Society & Culture

Learn how this OCD recovering neat freak and ex-university professor learned how to embrace the mess to honor her child's creative process. Robin Konie realized it was her responsibility, in service of having future leaders who'd be equipped to innovate and problem solve, to keep kids creative, and it started with her and her daughter. It's a perfect Mother's Day story, as this episode airs in North America on May 9, 2021 via Cafe Racer Radio.

Did you know, a long-term NASA study found that 98% of 5-year olds tested at "creative genius" levels. But less than 2% retained that creativity into adulthood. Her business, Munga Punga, offers tools to make sure that number increases! We talk about HOW. Here's her top 10 tips that we cover in the last 20 minutes of this episode:

1. morning meditations
2. breakfast brainstorms
3. daily dancing
4. dinner debates
5. reading rituals
6. friday free time
7. magic moments
8. ready resources
9. familiarize failure
10. pursue passions

Robin’s work
https://www.mungapunga.com/welcome
https://www.instagram.com/robinkonie/
TedTalk https://youtu.be/Jv0oEjs68I4

dance movement references
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laban_movement_analysis
https://labaninstitute.org/about/laban-movement-analysis/
https://labaninstitute.org/about/irmgard-bartenieff/

other references
creative studio in North Hollywood, California: https://cr8space.com/

Spark Healing Summit: Conference details and registration, email iamverysheri@gmail.com why you want to attend by May 16 to be entered to win a FREE ticket. https://www.sparkhealingsummit.com/

Authentic Relating Training, next course, co-led by host Sheri Hauser begins May 25: https://authenticrelating.co/courses/level-1/

Learn how this OCD recovering neat freak and ex-university professor learned how to embrace the mess to honor her child's creative process. Robin Konie realized it was her responsibility, in service of having future leaders who'd be equipped to innovate and problem solve, to keep kids creative, and it started with her and her daughter. It's a perfect Mother's Day story, as this episode airs in North America on May 9, 2021 via Cafe Racer Radio.

Did you know, a long-term NASA study found that 98% of 5-year olds tested at "creative genius" levels. But less than 2% retained that creativity into adulthood. Her business, Munga Punga, offers tools to make sure that number increases! We talk about HOW. Here's her top 10 tips that we cover in the last 20 minutes of this episode:

1. morning meditations
2. breakfast brainstorms
3. daily dancing
4. dinner debates
5. reading rituals
6. friday free time
7. magic moments
8. ready resources
9. familiarize failure
10. pursue passions

Robin’s work
https://www.mungapunga.com/welcome
https://www.instagram.com/robinkonie/
TedTalk https://youtu.be/Jv0oEjs68I4

dance movement references
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laban_movement_analysis
https://labaninstitute.org/about/laban-movement-analysis/
https://labaninstitute.org/about/irmgard-bartenieff/

other references
creative studio in North Hollywood, California: https://cr8space.com/

Spark Healing Summit: Conference details and registration, email iamverysheri@gmail.com why you want to attend by May 16 to be entered to win a FREE ticket. https://www.sparkhealingsummit.com/

Authentic Relating Training, next course, co-led by host Sheri Hauser begins May 25: https://authenticrelating.co/courses/level-1/

1 hr 3 min

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