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Think Weird

An invitation to authenticity
Do you remember the last time you walked in creative courage & unrelenting vision? Think Weird seeks to give creative entrepreneurs the courage to embrace who they are without shame or condemnation. Join Helen Garcia every Monday as she deconstructs unhealthy mindsets and teaches you how to avoid hysteria in the workplace. The goal is to help creators transform their ideas into remarkable daily practices! Helen occasionally talks to other creators about their process to keep the show entertaining.

Disclaimer: not intended to be a substitute for clinical help, please refer to your therapist or supervisor as needed!

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"Swollen Ankle" - Learning to Fall

Sept. 25, 2022

In moments of internal discontent - how can you display bravery?

Bruce Warren - Turning work into Passion

Aug. 11, 2022

Bruce Warren (World Café, WXPN Radio, Some Velvet Blog) is the Executive Producer of World Café and Assistant General Manager of WXPN radio in Philadelphia. Bruce joins Think Weird to discuss his 30+ years in the music busin…

Jeff Yeom: Facing Our Shadows & Honoring Culture

Aug. 1, 2022

Jeff talks to Helen for a second time to unpack Asian American mental health & facing our shadow side. They also discuss the importance of honoring our cultural practices. Jeff also discusses his background as a second-gener…

3 LONGEVITY TIPS FOR CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURS - #MicroEpisode

July 26, 2022

Helen discusses the importance of: 1. Mentorship 2. Reading 3. Consistency in discipline

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Boonie Sripom - Highly Sensitive Children & Alternative Paths to Education

July 25, 2022

Boonie Sripom, MA (Organized Messes, organizedmesses.com) is a psychologist, peer mentor, and writer. Boonie joins Think Weird to discuss being a sensitive child & the influence games had on understanding her psychology. Lat…

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Why Generalist Education Moves us Forward

July 11, 2022

Helen talks about how different connections of interest propagate innovation and strengthens our analytical thinking. Books mentioned: 1. Mastery by Robert Greene 2. Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday 3. Range by David E…

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