Lau is someone who always has a project, or nine, on the go. She's working on a revamp of an original musical, and we go back through her past projects, including running a choir. SOme good anecdotes about finding yourself, trying to negotiate your privilege appropriately, and singing with Tegan and Sara.
Sasha has accomplished a lot as an independent theatre artist and has experience with early success in Toronto but as you'll soon find out, has a lot of other things to about: like a set of tapes from her grandfather, going through acting school, as well as trying to figure out audience interaction. You can stay up to date with Sasha's work at https://www.sashasingerwilson.com/
We've all been in the weeds when it comes to trying to get things done. And we've all also read the blog posts or heard the advice about the miracle solution to being more productive. Today, my friend and former colleague, Teri Grant, joins me to talk about where people go wrong and how to not just get stuff done but also to get it done so that you can enjoy your life. You can get in touch with her or get her e-book here: http://beproductiveatwork.com/
Travis is no stranger to the interent. Where you and I might have a somewhat limitted memory of how it all came to be, Travis was working for the LA Times and Variety right when the internet was becoming "a thing." Travis has a lot to say as we talk about the internet and our brains, AI, and whether or not we're already there. Travis runs Hop Studios: https://www.hopstudios.com/
On this week's Monday Show, I'm mulling over/trying to re-define "health," and why we fail at trying to "get healthy." As usual, I find it's the existential junk that is more of a hang up than just physical barriers. Aslo a graphic novel review to go somewhat lighter. Do the thing!