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Dec 14, 2020

 

 

What do capitalism and the arts have in common? Some might say nothing, but Jen Guillemin and Wendy Swart Grossman have a different answer. They recognize that business needs art and art needs business, and their mission is to bring the two together to create a powerful and balanced world for both. An arts advocate and a creative practitioner, Jen and Wendy are the co-founders of Creative Re/Frame.

 

Today, they join me to talk about what it is they do and why it’s important. We talk about the importance of combining talent, finding your inner artist, the importance of the creative arts in the business world, leadership, and much more. Join us as we delve into Jen and Wendy’s plan to make the world a better place.

 

“The time has come for us to stop pretending that we can live in a world that’s devoid of our expressive selves. We’ve teased businesses apart from what it means to be human.”

- Jen Guillemin

 

“Don’t be afraid of people who are different, because that’s where the conversation gets fascinating.”

- Wendy Swart Grossman

 

This week on The Virtual Campfire Podcast:

  • 4 C’s: Community, Connection, Creation, Creativity
  • Combining skills
  • Finding people you really enjoy being with and working around
  • Leadership
  • Overcoming conflict
  • Conscious capitalism

 

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