Kathi Lipp and Roger Lipp are back to continue their creative conversation about creativity in part 3 of this month’s 4-part series. In part 1, the couple talks to us about incorporating creativity into our day to day lives. Then last week in part 2, they explain how to avoid creative procrastination by finding creativity in the cracks of our everyday lives. This week, Kathi and Roger explain the importance of trusting the Holy Spirit that an idea will come when your creativity is in high demand. They dispel the misnomer that a writer’s creativity goes solely into writing the book, and discuss how creativity shows up in different ways during different seasons of life. Listen in as Kathi and Roger elaborate on why it is essential for creativity to have the following things to thrive:
- Outside projects
Meet Your Hosts
Author, Speaker, Communicator Academy Creator and CEO
Roger is a productivity and quality engineer for a Fortune 50 company.
Roger helps teams reach their full productivity potential by teaching them practical and simple steps to reach their goals. Roger and his wife, author Kathi Lipp, teach communicators how to share their message through social media and email marketing.
He and Kathi coauthored Happy Habits for Every Couple with Harvest House Publishers.
254 How to Handle Money for Creatives (and those who love them): Episode 4 – Who Are the People You Need to Make Your Finances Work?
Kathi Lipp and Roger Lipp explain who they have on their team to help them with their finances, and what the role of each person is.
253 How to Handle Money for Creatives (and those who love them): Episode 3 – How Kathi and Roger Have Set Up Their Business Finances
Kathi Lipp and Roger Lipp explain how their Profit First accounts are set up, and what percentage of their income goes in which account.
252 How to Handle Money for Creatives (and those who love them): Episode 2 – How to Set Up Your Business Finances
Kathi Lipp and Roger Lipp talk about the challenges of managing finances and introduce the concept of Profit First.