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Episode Info: Kelli Klymenko embraces all aspects of art.  He is an artist, storyteller, photographer, teacher, yogi, husband, father, science aficionado and free thinker - experiencing life in one of the most inspiring and picturesque places on earth: Sedona, Arizona, where he lives with his wife and children. Full shownotes: http://yourcreativepush.com/kelliklymenkoreplay In this episode, Kelli discusses: -How when he was younger, he drew on any surface area he could find. -How he has dabbled in many different forms of art, but he loves photography especially because it is so quick. -His opinion that people should be sharing most of the work that they do, instead of only their best. -How he is sometimes surprised by the photos that are extremely successful in terms of "likes" because of how little time he put into it in comparison to others. -His iPhoneography course and why it is important. -How easy it is to change the way you look at the world in terms of photography, and how easy it is to share your photos. -How growing up, many people shared their opinion that doing art is not a way to make a living. -How his worst moments are when all the hard work he does isn't appreciated or his vision isn't seen the way he thinks it deserves to be seen. -How trying to please everyone is not the right approach for making art.  Just do what you love. -How he is currently living in his best creative moment (Yes!!!) -How his greatest inspirations are scientists, with Neil deGrasse Tyson leading the pack (Yes!!!) -How most of his inspiration comes from around him, especially nature and Sedona itself. Kelli's Final Push will inspire you to do something you've never tried before, even if it is simply going out into nature for a short time.   Quotes: "The foundation of Kelli Klymenko as a person is most definitely built upon creative endeavors and the arts." "I know some photographers who take months to get a photo out because they have to clean it up and work on it.  I take a picture and I share it immediately." "I think that we should be sharing everything because it makes it more real." "I don't like those plastic landscapes where everybody cleans it up so much that you can't even recognize thRead more »

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