Creativity Takes Courage {Interview With Edie Wadsworth}

Our March interview in our new video series, Creativity Takes Courage, begins right now!

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For those of you that are new to the blog then I want to tell you a little bit about the free series.

Two months ago we expanded our creative network to offer free videos, new online courses, live “chats” and now interviews with courageous lovelies from around the world.

My first interview of the Creativity Takes Courage series was with the amazing Stephanie Lee.

The February interview was with my good friend Melody Ross.

This month I interview the lovely Edie Wadsworth!

I instantly fell in love with Edie after reading about their devastating house fire a few years ago.

You don’t have to experience another person’s loss to understand loss.

Every single one of us have experienced loss in some form.

This does not define Edie though.

When I think of her I think of joy, color, home, family and a woman that loves the Lord deeply.

I may also think of a really cool espresso maker:-)

Come on over and watch our interview.

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To watch the video you just need to be registered at jeanneoliver.ning.com (registering is free).

Once you are on the site you will find this series, free videos (business and art) and new online courses along the left hand side of the page.

You will find all of our courses/videos under the COURSES heading.

If you want to watch Edie’s video:

1) Go to COURSES along the left hand side of the page

2) Click on Creativity Takes Courage {interviews with courageous friends}

3) Click the +join button on the upper right hand side

4) All of the details are on the page and you are all set.

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We want to create an online community where you can create, connect and be inspired.

Come on over and check out the interview!

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  1. Really enjoyed the interview with Edie! Thank you for sharing it! I read her blog and find inspiration in her COLOR-FILLED LIFE! I have been profoundly altered by it. XO

  2. it was a fabulous interview! on both sides..jeanne..have you thought of journalism? :) you ask terrific questions! xo