Join Michell C. Clark for conversations rooted in mindfulness, mental health, and healing that help you to accept yourself as you are and to be more kind to yourself after you fail. Being intentional about the way that you respond to failure will change your life. So, what happens after you fail? The answer is up to you.
“Aren’t I Also Divine?” with Ehime Ora
Sometimes, we forget who we are. Sometimes, we look for God in the wrong places. Sometimes, we give in to distractions because we’ve lost sight of what actually matters. This episode’s guest, Ehime Ora, is a Nigerian writer, priestess, and educator who seeks to help us to reconnect with ourselves. She has also navigated multiple seasons of life where she has lost sight of herself.In this conversation, Ehime talks with host Michell C. Clark about how her desire to be loved led her astray, and how her connection with herself helped her to heal and recover. Ehime and Michell also talk about the philosophy of writing, navigating New York City while neuro-divergent, and how creativity and spirituality go hand in hand.
12/09/2023 • 49 minutes 57 seconds
"Invasion of Privacy" with Kickstarter CEO Everette Taylor
Have you ever experienced betrayal and humiliation when the stakes were high? How would you react if it went viral on a global scale? My guest, Everette Taylor, who is now the CEO of Kickstarter, knows first hand what it’s like to be exposed to the dark side of social media.In 2020, he was the Chief Marketing Officer at Artsy, the largest online marketplace for buying and selling fine art. That year, a story broke in which an individual claimed that she was pregnant, and Everette was the father. This individual already had a documented history of manipulating media narratives, lying about the nature of past romantic partnerships, and making up scandals to sell books–but the story still spread like wildfire.In the days that followed, Everette received a flood of derogatory messages, insensitive jokes, and intrusive questions that overwhelmed him to the point that he had no choice but to fully retreat from the public eye for quite some time. In this episode, I spoke with