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Kaitlyn Hatch
Works at The Charity for Civil Servants
Attended Mount Royal College
Lives in London, United Kingdom
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Addressing the sticky issue of arguing about a word and missing the entire point of the movement. 
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Pledge $1 - $10/month and help me build on Everything is Workable. Plus, if you pledge $3 or more there are PERKS! Besides the perk of a lovely warm feeling for helping out and being generous, of course. :) 
Hi! Thank you for listening to Everything is Workable. I don't have a recording studio and this is a project I do just because I can - but I'd love to make it bigger and better. Ultimately I want to provide the best possible content including interviews with prominent spiritual teachers and professionals.  I can get some of the equipment pretty cheap and will fund this regardless, but if you'd like to contribute, to help with the purchase o...
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We cannot work with that which we refuse to acknowledge. 
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It is ironic that while the scientific community has long tried to raise warning signals and induce action to address human-induced climate change, an encyclical from the pope on this subject is being taken by many as an ultimate call to action on this urgent issue.
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Contemplations on happiness - what if happiness is bigger than getting what we want and not getting what we don't want? http://www.vast-skythinking.com/everything-is-workable/what-is-genuine-happiness-eiw-podcast
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My newest project! a podcast (and blog) about how everything, every situation, every experience we have, every moment, is workable. 
In this, the very first episode of the Podcast of Everything is Workable (there's a blog too!) Kaitlyn talks about meditation as an essential tool to help us wor...
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Increase your flexibility - consider responding instead of 'fixing'.
What does it mean to respond to life, versus trying to find 'answers'? Kaitlyn shares her contemplations on the teachings of Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel, author of 'The Power of an Open Question'. www.vast-skythinking.com
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Recognising our own basic goodness and the basic goodness of others helps us cultivate compassion, among other things. http://everythingisworkable.podbean.com/e/basic-goodness/
Understanding what basic goodness is, especially when we’re faced with so much pain at the hands of others, can be a challenge. But when we have an understanding of basic goodness it makes it easier for us to relate to others. Kaitlyn digs into wh...
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Haven't read this in great detail just yet but - very interesting! 
If you had a different sibling, you would be a different person.
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Day two of my Podcast being out in the world. I'll be publishing a new episode every week with regular blog posts too.
In this, the very first episode of the Podcast of Everything is Workable (there's a blog too!) Kaitlyn talks about meditation as an essential tool to help us work with our mind. ...
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Designer, Creative Polymath, Freelancer
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Design, project management, social media, marketing, art, sculpting
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  • The Charity for Civil Servants
    Brand Development Manager, 2013 - present
    Initially brought in as an in-house designer I stepped into the role as Brand Development Manager at the second largest occupational charity in the UK in September 2013. I have been awarded two consecutive Excellent ratings in the time I have been with the Charity. Responsibilities include: - Apply and develop the brand, including typography, photography, colour, culture and other elements to create visual identity that meets business and user need. - Extend existing visual systems/brand guidelines across all mediums (website, Social Media platforms, print etc.) - Provide quality assurance of brand use across all communications deliverables - Project management of the Charity's in-house design studio system, including project prioritisation and delivery. - Management of the Charity imagery and other visual assets, including partner and associated charity/organisation logos - Works directly with printing houses on delivery.
  • Faunawolf Creations
    Creative Polymath, 2008 - present
    Author, artist and animator. - Wrote, designed and laid out 'Wise at Any Age', a handbook for cultivating wisdom - Designs custom masks and shoes - Exhibited artwork in London and Calgary
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London, United Kingdom
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Calgary - Melbourne, Australia
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I am an artist kinetic energy flows from my every pore
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Currently based in London but originally from Calgary, Kaitlyn is a Creative Polymath. 
She also finds it much easier to write biographies in third person. She wonders if this is universal and what the significance of this would be in a psychological study. 

She makes lots of art, which you can see (and buy!) at: www.faunawolfcreations.com
She also has a blog/podcast about how workable life is, if you've got the right tools: www.vast-skythinking.com/everything-is-workable
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Published author, established a not-for-profit by 24 and what is now the longest running Drag King troupe in Canada, talks to animals - and sometimes they talk back.
Education
  • Mount Royal College
    Introduction to Not For Profit Management, 2008 - 2008
  • Chelsea College of Art and Design
    Introduction to Digital Design, 2010 - 2010
  • Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
    Intermediate Graphic Design, 2013 - 2013
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