I was super excited to interview the lovely Esmé Weijun Wang this week for the podcast!
Esmé and I covered so much ground in this episode, from her mission of radical sincerity to the value of small talk, from finding your authentic voice online to telling your story, from building resilience and finding community.
If you’ve ever struggled with how to tell your own creative story amidst everyone else online, this episode is for you!
Thank you so much, Esmé, it was such a treat having you on the show!
PS. At the beginning of this episode, I also introduce something I’m super excited about: the Raise your Hand Say Yes book club. We’re starting with The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. Get your copy now and give it a read – the episode where we discuss it will air on March 4!
PPS. If you like what you hear or are a fan of the podcast, please consider subscribing and submitting a review in iTunes. Thank you!
Full episode (Right-click to download)
The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison
Esmé’s essay: Perdition Days: On Experiencing Psychosis in The Toast
Stephen King’s On Writing
Esmé’s tool for sparking creativity, whether when stuck or getting started
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