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SoulTalk with Kute Blackson

Mar 31, 2020

“I love poetry because I think poetry makes people feel less alone. And it inspires empathy. And I think empathy is what the world needs most right now.”

EPISODE SUMMARY: IN-Q (or IN-Question), is the stage name of Adam Schmalholz, an American songwriter and National Poetry Slam champion. In this episode, IN-Q shares how to work with your ego when you are ready to create art. He explains the importance of listening to your inner voice because that is the voice that is your ‘true north’, that will tell you your passion and your purpose. No one else can tell you what that voice is saying except you. He will help you find the way.

Some Question I Ask:

  • How did you become a poet? Did you always know you wanted to be a poet?
  • How do you know if your poetry is good after writing?
  • How do you get your ego out of the way of your creative process?
  • What keeps you going when you feel like giving up?
  • How do you prepare for a performance and stay in the flow?


In This Episode You Will Learn:

  • The importance of your voice and developing a relationship with that part of yourself.
  • The difference between speaking your truth and speaking from your ego.
  • How to awaken your inner voice and create a relationship with it.
  • How to define what comes from your intuition instead of your ego.
  • How to connect with your true purpose and resolving any internal conflict.