In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Lindsay White about leaving a corporate career to make music full time and how that journey brought her to starting Lady Brain Collective, a supportive and collaborative group of local women pursuing careers in the arts. Lindsay shares tips on making a career as an independent artist, and supplementing with a side hustle when you need to. She talks about her mental health journey and her experience as a caregiver to a partner dealing with mental health issues. Lindsay also discusses grief and loss and the perspective it has given her.
In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Robin Schorr about her bold move from an accomplished career as a film producer to pursue her deepest passion — music. Two years into her second act, Robin has already had her music placed on MTV and Free Form. She is proof that it is never too late to follow your heart!
This week we talk with globally traveling photographer, new author, and all the time psychic, intuitive, empath Mira Zaki about her entrepreneurial journey. Mira talks about how she helps heal and empower through her camera. She also shares her travel experiences, including a recent tour with Pearl Jam. Mira talks about the influence intuition has been on her business and how she has honed those skills.
In this episode, we turn the mic on co-host Gretchen DeVault. Gretchen has run marketing and design consulting firms for the last decade, while making music, and supporting women in making their own awesome happen. She talks about her history in business, how she balances being creative with running a business, and gives her secrets on how to make a business partnership work.
During the interview we also talk a lot about why we started Lean the Fuck Out and what we hope to do in the future. After the episode before to hop over to our website leanthef-ckout.com to download our new starter kit for how you can start leaning the fuck out too!
In this episode, we talk with Los Angeles musician, singer, songwriter and recording artist Kerry Hart about the business of music. Kerry is a musician turned entrepreneur then back to musician. She has always written songs, but three years ago she decided to pursue her music career full force and started hustling to make it happen. She shares her approach to treating her music like she has with her multiple startups. She also talks about how she stays centered enough to write and manage her family of three, while also working with her husband in their tech company.
Stick around to the end of the episode to hear an exclusive and unreleased song of Kerry’s titled If Only. What an honor that she is sharing it with us!