Big Dreams in Action,  Life

Internet Made a Radio Star

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Okay, maybe star is taking it a bit far, but it certainly feels that way. What little girl doesn’t dream of being on the radio!? I know I did. I was a theatre geek from middle school all the way through college. While other kids were playing house, school, store or doctor, I was playing radio and tv.

We used to put on elaborate shows, my friends and I. You know they say a kid will turn anything into a gun (I have seen some pretty funny guns in my time…french fry gun, finger gun, manual can opener gun, cat gun…not nice), well, I could turn anything into a microphone!

Today is one of those dreams come true days. I have been invited to be a guest on the Lucid Waking radio show tonight. I have been thinking about it for days, between art shows and live workshops. Dreaming about what I want the experience to be about, what I want it to feel like. This last year has been so much about creating the life I want. I have spent a lot of time combing through my dreams, my desires and my passions. My imagination has been the place where I do that most, that and my journal.

When we can hold the picture in our minds of how we want something to be fleshed out, it seems that the Universe has an easier time giving it to us. So here I am, making yet another leap closer to the life in my dreams. It’s really pretty awesome.

I hope you will join me tonight. I am leaving a link with all the info below. I will be sharing about the Spirit of Giving and the word I chose to guide me in 2013. Come by and have a listen, call in and let’s chat. You are part of my dream. Help me flesh it out!

The show details (Wow, Shar stuck an extraordinaire in there! Well, now…)

Lucid Waking presents: Creative Consultant Extraordinaire, Rachél Payne and The Spirit of Giving.

8 p.m. EST, 7 pm CST, 5 pm PST

Hope to here from you the.

 


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I am Rachél Payne, the quirky, dedicated heart behind Creativity Tribe. I am an artist, writer, and creative life advocate.

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