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Podcast: Don’t Make Art Just Make Something


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Miranda Aisling is the author of Don’t Make Art, Just Make Something: The Process, Struggle, and Vital Importance of Getting Started.

In this podcast, Miranda discusses why it’s so important to just take action and the idea that it’s never too early – or late – to get started.  Discover how Miranda accomplished so much so fast and how you can accomplish a tremendous amount in your life as well.

Let’s set the stage. First, you went to college at 14 years old are now 19 and just received your Master’s of Education and Community Art from Leslie University in Boston. How did this all happen?

  • How do we get into this habit of “just making something” every day. What was your process and what should listeners be thinking about doing themselves to “get started”?
  • What do you think holds people back from “just making something”? How does this apply to kids across America out of school for the summer and the masses of college grads with limited job prospects?
  • What’s the most important thing you learned from your experience?
  • What is the one piece of advice do you want to leave with our listeners?

To learn more about Miranda Aisling and her project and book Don’t Make Art, Just Make Something, please visit DMAJMS.com.  You can also connect with Miranda through Twitter (@mirandaaisling).

This podcast is presented by the National PR Firm, Annie Jennings PR.  Annie is the Creator of JenningsWire, an online magazine that features a diverse community of talented bloggers.

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