Productive Flourishing
Productive Flourishing
105: Your Art Leaves A Mark with Arna Baartz

105: Your Art Leaves A Mark with Arna Baartz

In today’s episode, Arna Baartz joins me to share her journey, from a child of creative parents to an artist who teaches people to become more emotionally intelligent. Along the way, we discuss how she weaves in being a mother of 8 children, and her discovery and exploration of the art of Kundalini. Ready? Let’s do this! 

Key Takeaways:

[0:48] SaneBox can help sort your mail for you, so email can finally make sense again!

[1:50] Find out more about Arna Baartz.

[3:19] How did growing up in an artistic family influence Arna’s artist career?

[9:56] Arna talks on the art of Kundalini, how she found her way to it, why she calls her art Kundalini, and other sources of her artistic expression.

[18:25] Arna embraces the mistakes that happen in her art―instead of trying to cover them up. She explains why!

[24:55] What is emotional intelligence to Arna?

[26:34] Why would we want to become more emotionally intelligent?

[31:42] How does Arna maintain her creative spirit while also running a business and raising 8 children?

[35:41] If Arna could go back to one moment in her creative career and do something different―what would that moment be & what would she do differently?

[37:20] What the one message Arna would like to leave the listeners with.

Mentioned in This Episode:

@ArnaBaartzArtist on Facebook

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Productive Flourishing
Productive Flourishing
Productive Flourishing (formerly the Creative Giant Show) explores how to do the work that matters to become your best self in the world. Host Charlie Gilkey and occasional co-host Angela Wheeler take listeners on a deep dive into the lives of leaders, changemakers, creatives, and entrepreneurs who are thriving in life and business by doing work that matters. Listen in to see how they cultivate meaning, success, and happiness as well as their approach to productivity, business, health, and the challenges (yes, even the deep, dark ones) that show up in their lives.