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Most of us aim for perfection. We aim for the perfect life.
Is it because we feel unworthy?
In today's episode let’s look on the other side of “going with the flow.”
Today we are joined by Amy Lee Segami.
The BBC, NPR, and Crain's Chicago business have featured stories about her.
With a master's degree in fluid mechanics, Amy uses water as her canvas to create her unique painting on water. Her works are in museums, including the Smithsonian.
Her fluid process was also nominated for the 2020 Thomas Edison Innovation Award.
From being a research scientist to an executive, entrepreneur, and award winning business consultant, Amy is fascinated with the intersection of art and science, in business and in our daily lives.
She is going to talk today with me about the art and science of life and healing.
- The meaning behind the name, “Segami”
- Painting on water as an analogy for life
- Being the Example of Possibility
- Perfection vs. Going with the Flow
- “Significant Emotional Events” and how they can form your life
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