Ary Katz

Episode 106 - February 28, 2017

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Ary Katz is an artist of all trades. He is an actor, writer, producer, rapper, singer, composer, painter, model, and spoken word poet — though he prefers the simple labels “spiritual being” and “student of life” above all. Join us as we get real about how he worked with his darkness to find his strength, what it means to be an artist in these times, and why it’s important to always give zero f*cks.

 

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Show Notes:

-How to live in a state of gratitude and grace in the face of darkness

-Why sharing your darkness can help you heal

-The pivotal moments that shaped Ary’s evolution as an artist

-How acting unlocked his vulnerability

-How to make light of a disastrous experience

-What it feels like to see the impact of your art in another person

-Ary’s definition of authenticity

-Why it’s important, now more than ever, to speak your truth

-Why Ary loves haters

-Our mixed up definition of love… and what it really is

 

Links Mentioned:

-Watch STND + DLVR music video

-Visit Ary's website

-Sign up for Winning Weeks

 

Question of The Week:

Are you being real with your actions as the manifestations and representatives of your beliefs?

Episode Quotes

“Authenticity is not giving AF - standing firmly and comfortably in who and what you are, and living in that truth, and fuck what everybody says.”

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“If you aren't pissing someone off as an artist, you aren’t working hard enough, you're not being bold enough.”

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“Love is the highest expression of divine energy.”

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“Be yourself, give no fucks.”

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“We are better together, than we are apart.”

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“I realized how much of an impact and a change I could make in the hearts, souls, and minds of individuals if I’m giving of my creativity.”

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“Being robbed for everything was one of the best things that ever happened to me.”

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“I love haters.”

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“It is not enough to work against, we have to work for.”

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