552. Words for your soul – with Arielle Estoria
In the episode you will hear about:
- Feeling the need to be creative
- Using structure to reinforce creativity
- How everyone is creative
- Embracing your passions
- Poetry prompts
- Learning to be vulnerable
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I am obsessed with spoken word poetry, which is why I’m so excited to be talking with Arielle Estoria. Besides being a spoken word poet, she’s an emcee and event host speaker, model, and actress. She believes that we are all creative — we’ve just told ourselves it isn’t practical. She teaches us some tools to try and reclaim our creativity. This girl totally speaks my language. You’ll love everything she has to say, including the poem she shares with us. This is a soul-filling conversation.
- How did you know that part of your soul needed to be exposed?
- Can you elaborate on creating structure around your creativity?
- How did you discover and nurture your creativity?
- How do you piece together a creative, varied life?
- How do you teach poetry?
- What are some of your favorite poetry prompts?
- What is a truth you have learned about relationships?
- What is a truth for you around business or career?
Arielle Estoria is Spoken Word Poet, Author, Dance Party Enthusiast, Emcee and Event Host Speaker, Model, and Actress. Her motto of “Words not for the ears but for the soul” stems from her dedication to remind her audience that words are meant to be felt and not just heard. Arielle’s first EP, a collection of music and poetry called “Symphony of a Lioness” is now available on iTunes or Apple Music. She is co-author of two self-published collections of poetry: ”Vagabonds and Zealots” and ”Write Bloody, Spill Pretty.” She is made of sass and good intentions and has a deep love for car karaoke, brunch, and flowers.