Society & Culture:Philosophy
How can one learn to be a creative presence in the world? In this episode of Ethics Today we talk to Kai Kight, a classical violinist, innovative composer, and motivational speaker from Los Angeles, CA. We discuss how he learned to think of himself as both a performer and a composer, how the creative process works, how the acknowledgment of mistakes can inspire confidence, and how the pandemic revealed a depth of social interconnectedness that prepared us for the George Floyd protests.
Hosted by Richard Kyte of the DB Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University.
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