What does it mean to you to make the most of your day?
How do you do it?
I hope you enjoy hearing these wonderfully thoughtful creative people share their approaches to making their days meaningful and productive, as we navigate the 'new abnormal' of work and life due to Covid19 and its effects on our energy, productivity, and priorities. - Heather
Menon Dwarka has led music and cultural organizations in New York and in Toronto. He is also a composer, writer, and advisor. In this episode, Menon shares his thoughts about meaningful connections with people, showing up fully, the art of listening, team building, and his approach to leadership.
Music industry consultant Evelyn Cream shares how important morning routines are to making the most of her day, as well as goals, how she manages tasks, and what she is doing now during Covid19 isolation that she'll want to continue in the future.
Anthony Sargent has been a culture sector leader in many roles, including CEO of Luminato Festival Toronto for the last 5 years. Hear Anthony share his thoughts about open curiosity, transformational leadership, how he prepares for each day, sights and sounds of the city, and so much more.
Jutta Brendemuehl is Program Curator at the Goethe-Institut Toronto, a director and programmer of the EU Film Festival, a writer, and more. Jutta talks about what it means to her to make the most of her day, less but better, planning, routine and ritual, resilience and resetting.
Ellen T. Cole "rewired" (not retired) after 15 years as Executive Director of the Miles Nadal Jcc. Ellen shares what makes her days meaningful and productive, her perspective on what's different and what's the same during Covid 19 isolation, pacing tasks, keeping connected, and staying entertained.
Kendra Fry creates multi-faceted community spaces for the common good though her consultancy Creative Collisions and work for many organizations. Kendra tells us about her think/work process, working from home during Covid 19, managing work and family life, and how she makes the most of each day.
Musician, composer, inventor, "The Tabla Guy" Gurpreet Chana talks about what makes his day meaningful, supply chains, and collaborating digitally online.
Daniela Nardi, international touring musician, cultural producer and presenter, cultural entrepreneur, creator of Espresso Manifesto and the Salone di Cultura events series, talks about how she approaches each day now, intentionality, focus, productivity, and energy flow, as we work during Covid 19.