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The Creative You Podcast

     Renowned creative enthusiast Robin Hackett is set to inspire and ignite the spark of imagination with the launch of her latest venture, "The Creative You Podcast." This podcast promises to be a haven for individuals seeking to unlock their creative potential and explore the diverse realms of artistic expression.

      Hosted by the charismatic Robin Hackett, a seasoned creative professional with a passion for fostering innovation, the Creative You Podcast will feature engaging conversations with a variety of guests from the world of music, art, writing, and more. 

       Each episode will delve into the unique journeys and insights of these creative minds, offering listeners valuable perspectives and practical tips on nurturing their own creativity.

       Listeners can expect a wide range of topics, from discussing the creative process and overcoming challenges to exploring the intersection of different artistic disciplines.

       Whether you're an aspiring artist, a seasoned creative professional, or simply someone looking to infuse more creativity into your life, "The Creative You Podcast" aims to provide inspiration and guidance for all.

        Robin Hackett, the passionate host of the podcast, expresses her excitement, saying, "Creativity is a powerful force that resides within each of us. Through this podcast, I want to create a space where we can celebrate creativity in all its forms and empower individuals to embrace their unique artistic journey. I am thrilled to embark on this creative adventure with our listeners and amazing guests."

      "The Creative You Podcast" is set to launch in March, 2024, and episodes will be available on major podcast platforms. Stay tuned for a series of captivating conversations that will fuel your imagination and help you discover the creative you.










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As a man, I am not sure I am 100% the target audience for Robin Hackett's inspiring book, although the notion that the Creative Me might be an expression of my feminine side is an interesting concept. In any case, no men should deny themselves the pleasure of reading this because they aren't sure if the titular pronoun fits. I found the book to be a mix of anecdotes, instruction and encouragement that makes it fun to read and likely to teach you something. Some or Robin's insights are quite sharp; she also shares things you probably know already but can profit from being reminded of. Anyone who has heard her perform her own songs knows she's been successful in setting The Creative Robin Hackett free, which makes it easy to take her advice and see if it works for you. (I was inspired to return to an old creative project I abandoned a year ago, so for me the book did exactly what it says on the label.)

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