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She didn’t just produce. She expressed her heart. She didn’t just arrive. She Made It. Join your host, actress-turned-entrepreneur-turned artist, Elle Zimmerman to eavesdrop on conversations with brave women who have stepped into their creative life purpose. These are the stories of how they started a business or worked toward a creative endeavor, what they did when they wanted to quit and how they knew they should keep going.  When you hear how they acted on inspiration and overcame resistances, you will believe that if she made it, you can too.

Jul 21, 2020

A creative, authentic life doesn’t just happen—it’s the product of showing up, creating little “assignments," and letting the art of your heart bubble over into your life. My guest today is a master of that, and she’s sharing all of her secrets! Lori Siebert is a self-proclaimed artistic chameleon—she’s a...


Jul 7, 2020

Let’s jump right into the HOW:  How do you create change in your life? How do you decide what to change? Whether you’re feeling ready for reinvention or being forced to pivot, this episode is for you. I have had a lot of practice with transformation over the years, going from an actress and singer to a theatre...


Jun 30, 2020

What’s next? How do you make a transition into your next thing—or into the next phase of a pandemic—when none of us has any idea what’s going to happen in the coming days? I know many of us either want something different for our lives or have been forced into something different by no choice of our own, so on...


Jun 23, 2020

Ever feel like you’re not doing enough? Or wonder if your experience is insignificant when you know that so many other people are hurting more? A lot of us have been feeling emotionally overwhelmed in the midst of COVID-19, followed by the loss of innocent Black lives and divisive protests around the country. While...


May 19, 2020

Before March 2020, creating consistently felt like a pipe dream for so many of us with relentlessly busy lives. After March 2020, we were all baking bread, dusting off our piano, and painting for the first time in ages. Stay-at-home orders forced us to dabble in new ways, and we found that even though we missed our...