Lindsay Harle-Kadatz | Unleashing Your Anxiety
January 12, 8:30am - 10:00am MST. Hosted at CSpace
part of a series on Anxiety
About the speaker
Lindsay Harle-Kadatz is the owner of The Write Harle, helping small businesses refine their voice and brand message through content. Passionate about messaging, Lindsay looks to create engaging and action focused content strategies, aligning a company’s marketing mediums with one core message. She is also the author of Depression Constipation: How Pooping Saved My Sanity…and Other Stories, a real life tale of understanding depression in terms of constipation, humour, and mental prune juice. With everything, Lindsay continues to make puns and look for the funny in the mundane. When not indulging her love of the big red editing pen, Lindsay spends time with her two “under the desk employee” pups, Coco and Chase, and just enjoying life in general (AKA: eating and drinking wine).
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When your mind renders you defenceless, how can you harness the creative in the chaos, let alone run a creative business?! Rather than running from creative constipation, unleash the lessons that each anxious bout offers. Join Lindsay Harle-Kadatz, owner of The Write Harle and author of Depression Constipation: How Pooping Saved My Sanity…and Other Stories, as she provides humorous insights and valuable business lessons from her own journey as a creative business owner, who is harnessing her own mental health.