In this episode of the Bravehearts Rising podcast I’m talking to the fabulous Eleanor Snare. They are an artist, educator and certified coach working as a bridge between art, nature, self development and business. Eleanor is passionate about the power of art for change. In this rich conversation we explore what leadership is, nature as a teacher and using jealousy as a compass. We also talk about the witch on the edge of the village archetype and the magic of apple pie.
- Empathy, trauma and why the term empath doesn’t resonate with Eleanor [06:28]
- Nature as a guide and leader [13:13]
- Eleanor’s vision for leadership [17:40]
- Moving from fear and vulnerability to enjoyment [29:40]
- The witch on the edge of the village archetype [34:25]
- Comparison and using jealousy as a compass [43:27]
- Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
About Eleanor Snare
Eleanor Snare is an artist and educator, working as a bridge and catalyst between art, nature, self-development and business. Using art as a self-development practice, they help people thrive through change in a way that honours the experience of each individual. For ten years Eleanor has been writing and speaking about the power of art for change through their blog, email newsletter and spots as keynote, panellist and visiting speaker. They are a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy who has taught at the London College of Fashion, the University of Leeds School of Design, and Leeds Arts University, a certified coach with foundation training in Non-Violent Communication, and a sustainable living advocate. Read more on www.eleanorsnare.com | Instagram
About Your Host – Lisa Pascoe
I’m Lisa and I’m an Intuitive Life Coach. I am on a mission to help perfectionist empaths like you to press pause, and tune into your intuition to gently yet courageously navigate the world and your purpose. All while being kind to yourself and honouring your energy levels. I do this through 1:1 coaching, soul-nourishing circles and events.