How do you find motivation when it’s hard to get out of the bed and not just because the bed is super cozy with luxuriously soft sheets and a down comforter that’s just the right weight – you know – not too heavy but light enough to keep you warm? But because life feels heavy and you’re constantly in the grind going nowhere fast?
That’s exactly the question Lisa Orkin and I explore in this week’s #goingtherewithjen. It’s one thing to be young and have your entire life ahead of you to figure your shit out…but entirely different when you’re 57.
I’m also guessing Lisa and I aren’t alone when we find ourselves running away from success. Why is that? Listen in to hear our thoughts…
LISA ORKIN been in recording studios as long as she can remember, learning from her dad and mentor Dick Orkin and eventually working alongside him as the Creative Director for his company the award-winning Radio Ranch. Lisa has over 25 years of experience in copywriting, scripting, audio production, voice acting, teaching and speaking in both traditional and digital media. She has also worked in the world of indie filmmaking as a writer, actor and producer – making award-winning films with the likes of Adam Mckay, Shira Piven, and Dweezil Zappa.
Lisa’s current podcast is a wild mix of all her creative lives, Project Woo Woo, where she has very real conversations with imaginary people. And all this in a tutu and checkered Vans.
Thank you for tuning in this week! If these sorts of raw + organic convos are your cup of tea, please subscribe on your podcast app of choice and I’d be beyond happy if you leave a kind rating and/or review. It really does make a difference in getting Going There into the ears that need it the most!
I am Bridgerton steamy sex scene level OBSESSED with helping women figure out exactly why they're so checked out and lie awake at night thinking this is not the life they imagined and wondering how the hell they got here and do they need to burn it all down and start over?
Instead, I help them get clear on what a peeyourpants future means for them, get super curious and look at their lives objectively (because - hello - it's hella hard to identify what to change when we're knee deep in our emotions), decide which changes will have the biggest impact, and take intentional and thoughtful actions without having to burn down their entire world.
And because I'm a professional bossypants (actual title) and have the sense of humor of a 12-year-old boy - I'll get you there faster and with lots of inappropriate laughter while we do the deep inner work.