Guest: Ruben Nieto, a Mexican Professional Artist, with MFA, and his most recent solo show is currently at The Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas, Texas. The show is titled: POP! The Origins. This show will go till December 2012.
This is the forth show in the Perspectives series of concentrating on loving what you do and forging your chosen and unique life path. Many of us didn’t know, at an early age, what we wanted to be when we grew up. Most of us tried something that we thought we wanted to do/be and then quickly realizing that’s not at all what we wanted to be! Through trial and error, we continue to strive to find our unique life path.
Ruben Nieto will be discussing with Ashley Berges, at the Studio Round Table, on how he found his love, passion, and talent and how that created his colorful life path. The last three shows have been based on creating a life path, making changes, and reconfiguring one’s life path for the purpose of informing the public, for the love of animals, and choosing a life path to help people and remove them from harm. This show will dig deep into the concept of a life path that can effect millions of people with it’s production of images and content.
Cynthia Smoot gives us the information on events to attend and places to be for the coming week. Berges gives wisdom to those wishing to find their true calling and experiencing difficulty getting there mentally and emotionally.
Berges and Nieto discuss the life of a person who has a unique life path and how to overcome the pitfalls of stress and isolationism. Berges offers the keys to finding success in your life. You can do what you love but first we have to find how you can get there and then get you there.
It’s not too late to be who you want to be: http://tinybuddha.com/blog/changing-direction-its-not-too-late-to-be-who-you-want-to-be/
Changing your life path leads to a change in friends: https://www.ashleyberges.com/the-life-path-you-have-created-and-the-changes-that-will-take-place-with-your-friends/
Another Perspective on how to find a career you really like: http://lifehacker.com/5978475/how-to-pick-a-career-you-actually-like