Good design, co-creating + the barriers in your head. In conversation with Tara Gentile.

Tara Gentile is on a mission to create a You Economy — redefining commerce as the creation and distribution of meaning. I’m shaking my You Economy pom poms for her — because the You Economy ultimately serves the collective of we.

Conscious + self-empowered money makers = a more conscious world.

In this video interview we hit these notes:

  • How do you use the visual language of design to better spread your message to the right people?
  • What is the greatest barrier to entrepreneurship now? Is it all in our heads?
  • How do you determine who you co-create with?

…and more.

You can watch the video, or grab the MP3 off her site and listen to us being all practical-but-seeringly wise while you’re making dinner…or creating your You Economy of love.

CLICK THE VIDEO IMAGE BELOW to head over to Tara’s place for the conversation. This one got juicy.

How to Find Tara:
TaraGentile.com
On Twitter
On Facebook

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