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“Blessed are the weird people – poets, misfits, writers, heretics, painters and troubadours – for they teach us to see the world through different eyes.”  —Jacob Nordby

Join Patricia Albere and Jacob Nordby, author of Blessed Are the Weird – A Manifesto for Creatives, as they explore the completely unique, fascinating, and fraught era on Earth in which we are now living. For those with the eyes to see it, it’s clear that even in the midst of our current challenges and polarization, we are on the precipice of a world of incredible new possibilities.

Who are the outliers, the creatives, the ‘weird’ ones who are needed to usher in this new era? Is it possible that a new kind of ‘belonging’ is coming into existence where the visionary misfits who have always worked alone on the fringes are now being called upon to unite to create this new world?

Listen live on Tuesday, April 11th at 11 AM – 12 PM Pacific Time on www.ctrnetwork.com for an inspiring exploration of powerful visionary possibilities.

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Jacob Nordby is a writer. He is also a starer-at-the-sky and a breather and a hill walker and a sushi eater.  He wrote The Divine Arsonist – A Tale of Awakening and his most recent release, Blessed Are the Weird – A Manifesto for Creatives. He is actively plotting new novels and other projects. His work has been featured in compilation books with Dr. Bernie Siegel, James Van Praagh, Lisa McCourt, Jack Canfield, and others. Click here to view these other works.

Jacob is the proud father of three children who often leave the door open like they are trying to heat the whole damn neighborhood—and who have taught him about life, love, and acceptance.

Jacob is the founder and teacher of Creative UnBootcamp – A Course for Writers… and those who want to be. He offers intuitive coaching sessions that are designed to help people solve their creative puzzles. People often come to him for guidance on writing but these sessions often extend into other areas as Jacob is convinced that “creativity is not something we put in a little room or a box and visit when it’s convenient for us.”


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