About this Episode

Katherine Hill knew at an early age she wanted to be a choreographer. She realized how her passion manifested itself in different areas of her life, and we sit down with her to discuss the importance of evolving over time.

We explore:


+Relating a niche experience and passion to many different endeavors.
+Navigating the relationship between student and teacher.
+Learning to play off of other's strengths and weaknesses.
+Allocating mental energy correctly.
+As long as you “own your status,” you have value to bring to the conversation.
+Understand the simple nuances between being “first chair” and “directing the orchestra.”
+How perfectionism yields progress.
+The importance of stamina to continue a project or being able to put in the time and iterations into a passion.
+Liking the process of hard work.
+Be as specific as humanly possible in your passions to truly isolate what is important to you.
+Understanding the chicken/egg, the ebb/flow, and the either/or when creating content.
+The importance of integrating separate passions together to encompass all of your interests into one activity.
+Allow yourself to try and do.
+Understand that there will be a lack of safe spaces to try and learn, but don’t let that stop you from trying.
+Managing your internal rhetoric.
+Allowing your passions to be a lifestyle rather than a side hobby.
+How mastering the art of visualization can be applicable to small and large goals.

 

Find Katherine Online:
www.khill.co

References:
Silicon Valley S3E4: “If the Box Was a Canvas” (HBO) - www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oJCoPd9wh0

 

Season 4 Show Theme:
Tia Einarsen, My Bones-- itunes.apple.com/us/album/my-bone…013?i=1078388323 also available on Spotify