You guys! We've made it to the 10th episode! I know that seems like a small number, but I'm really excited to have had the opportunity to introduce some of the folks who keep me inspired. If you haven't had a chance, please head over to the listener survey and tell me what you think about Creating Your Own Path. I love reading your comments and suggestions, so keep them coming! Now let's get to the show...


Steven Tiller // Photo: Stephanie Birch

Steven Tiller // Photo: Stephanie Birch

Meet Steven Tiller, everyone. He is the very talented guy behind Reclamation Art & Furniture based right here in Sacramento and I'm thrilled to have him on today's episode. His work is stunning, you guys. He's the ultimate artist and craftsman and I sat down with him last week to talk about about his amazing work, how he and his family balance it all, where he finds inspiration (it's not where you might think!) and more.

Happy listening, friends. I learned a lot from my conversation with Steven and I hope you will too!


MY FAVORITE QUOTE!

"You learn a tremendous amount more by having something not work." - Steven Tiller on the importance of failure. // Listen to the full episode at creatingyourownpath.com.

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This episode brings me to ThinkHouse Collective to chat with artisan furniture maker, craftsman and product designer, Steven Tiller, who is the incredible talent behind Reclamation Art & Furniture here in Sacramento.

Listen in as he shares valuable insight on everything from balancing an entrepreneurial life to the importance of failure. 


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Get to know Steven and follow along with his upcoming projects!


RECORDING SPONSOR:

 

Special thanks to ThinkHouse Collective in Midtown Sacramento for the use of their recording space.

 

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