The Art of Not Making It: with Tiffany Springle

Meghan Pulles

November 14, 2019 Season 1 Episode 11
The Art of Not Making It: with Tiffany Springle
Meghan Pulles
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The Art of Not Making It: with Tiffany Springle
Meghan Pulles
Nov 14, 2019 Season 1 Episode 11
Tiffany Springle, with special guest Meghan Pulles

Today's episode is Meghan Pulles. Singer-songwriter, her music has touched people all over the world! And just like all my other guests, she still hasn't "made it." 

Meghan is a classically trained opera singer and theater actress who transitioned into a singer-songwriter 7 years ago, after moving to NYC from Orlando. Not planning to pursue music as a career, her path shifted when she became awakened to the musical healing, and spirituality of songwriting. Learning to love the tribulations of life through processing by creating music, She believes that songwriting is cathartic; an emotional band-aid to help heal, and to overcome past obstacles…. Working towards the “small miracles” of joy to help change the world, she hopes to share her instrumental music to help heal, soothe, motivate, and inspire others enduring pain, by giving fans a musical hug and making them feel uplifted and connected to their inner-selves, whilst listening and through introspection.

Really loved sitting down with Meghan. As a friend, it's very comfortable for us to just let our guards down with each other and be an open book. On this episode, we talk about sexual harassment we dealt with in our previous work environment, and how Meghan used these traumatic experiences to fuel and motivate her art. Please note, we do discuss sexual harassment in case this is a triggering topic. I really admire Meghan's bravery to talk about this openly. When we experienced this, there was no #MeToo movement. We felt very much alone, and like we had no where to turn to. Glad things are changing, and women are now finding they can speak up and report such instances (and that their reports will be taken seriously). 

Please check out Meghan's EP, "Keep The Light On," on Spotify, Itunes, and any other location you listen to your favorite Indie Bands. 

Subscribe, rate, and review, and see ya next week! Episode is sponsored by Theatrical Index, with music by Sofie Zamchick and Meghan Pulles. 

You are good enough. See ya next week. 

-Tiffany Springle 

Show Notes

Today's episode is Meghan Pulles. Singer-songwriter, her music has touched people all over the world! And just like all my other guests, she still hasn't "made it." 

Meghan is a classically trained opera singer and theater actress who transitioned into a singer-songwriter 7 years ago, after moving to NYC from Orlando. Not planning to pursue music as a career, her path shifted when she became awakened to the musical healing, and spirituality of songwriting. Learning to love the tribulations of life through processing by creating music, She believes that songwriting is cathartic; an emotional band-aid to help heal, and to overcome past obstacles…. Working towards the “small miracles” of joy to help change the world, she hopes to share her instrumental music to help heal, soothe, motivate, and inspire others enduring pain, by giving fans a musical hug and making them feel uplifted and connected to their inner-selves, whilst listening and through introspection.

Really loved sitting down with Meghan. As a friend, it's very comfortable for us to just let our guards down with each other and be an open book. On this episode, we talk about sexual harassment we dealt with in our previous work environment, and how Meghan used these traumatic experiences to fuel and motivate her art. Please note, we do discuss sexual harassment in case this is a triggering topic. I really admire Meghan's bravery to talk about this openly. When we experienced this, there was no #MeToo movement. We felt very much alone, and like we had no where to turn to. Glad things are changing, and women are now finding they can speak up and report such instances (and that their reports will be taken seriously). 

Please check out Meghan's EP, "Keep The Light On," on Spotify, Itunes, and any other location you listen to your favorite Indie Bands. 

Subscribe, rate, and review, and see ya next week! Episode is sponsored by Theatrical Index, with music by Sofie Zamchick and Meghan Pulles. 

You are good enough. See ya next week. 

-Tiffany Springle 

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