I’ve been doing more TV lately, which is really fun in lots of ways, but one of the big downsides is the three-minute thing. On most shows, you get three minutes, or maybe, at tops, five minutes, to share your ideas, connect with the host, deliver the information. It can feel rushed and shallow. It can leave a girl feeling kinda empty.
Doing those segments has made me appreciate other longer interview formats, and I got to luxuriate in two of them this week. Both of the interviewers, Tabby Biddle and Jeffrey Davis are wise, impassioned souls I admire.
To be honest, I am feeling weird and awkward about sending out two interviews of me…some sort of “that’s arrogant” police are yelling in my head. Like somehow this is less okay to send out than my own thoughts written into a blog post? Anyway, just voicing the inner critic there.
I spoke from the heart in both of them and I hope you find something useful in each. (I also hope that the part about the Venus of Willendorf will make you laugh out loud as it made me when I saw what I had said!)
Love to you,