Sabrina Colosimo loves what she does for a living, and she’s on a mission to help others mold careers that speak to their soul. A creative entrepreneur based in Toronto, Canada, Sabrina runs an offbeat urban design business called Sunday Creative. She specializes in reupholstering vintage furniture with bold fabrics, bringing exotic decor from worldwide travels to create unique designs for clients. Sabrina was featured as a guest on Episode 95 of the Make Meaning Podcast, when she spoke to host Lynne Golodner about how she started her company, and how she helps others find meaning. A Bold Path to […]
What is the meaning of life? It’s an age-old question that has no answer, but one Lynne Golodner is compelled to keep asking through her writing, her podcast and her work as a marketing and public relations entrepreneur. As host of the Make Meaning Podcast, Lynne is driven by finding answers to existential questions.
Katie Yamasaki is devoted to using art as a platform for dialogue building and storytelling. When Lynne Golodner interviewed Katie on Episode 103 of the Make Meaning Podcast, the muralist and children’s book artist opened up about using her artwork to give people — particularly vulnerable women — a platform.
At Make Meaning, we strive to find purpose in work and help others do the same. We learn through Lynne Golodner’s interviews with inspiring people on the Make Meaning Podcast, and helping our clients at Your People LLC market with mission and purpose. Ironically, the more meaning we find in our work, the more it grows, sometimes at the expense of personal goals and dreams. Responsibilities increase. Deadlines mount. Distractions multiply. Scope bleeds. Personal goals are pushed off and postponed. Which makes us wonder: Is Balance a Myth?
The Same Feelings from 2008 Resurface in 2020 – How to Move Forward with Meaning. While the economic recession of 2008 and the 2020 COVID-19 crisis have very different origins, the consequences are extremely similar. Loss of jobs, loss of livelihoods and loss of certainty. Lynne Golodner remembers this feeling well. Lynne became a single mother of three young children at the onset of one of the worst financial crises in modern history, generating extreme uncertainty and unbridled fear. It’s exactly how many millennials and Gen Z-ers feel today.