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Oct 7, 2019

Today we’re visiting with Lindsay Diminick, owner of Yellow Twist Floral Design in Portland, Maine and cancer survivor/emergency plan educator to discuss:

  • her roundabout academic and career journey which circled back to the love of floral design she'd had since she was a teen
  • the gift of moving and getting to restart a business and what she did with that opportunity
  • how she utilized her time in cancer treatment to work on her business plan for Yellow Twist's relaunch in a new city
  • coming back to floral design after cancer treatment with intention and mindfulness
  • how she's made space in her life to honor what she's been through
  • her belief that having a contingency plan creates choices for a designer during an emergency
  • how a contingency plan showcases professionalism and builds trust with clients

Important teachers Lindsay credits for her ongoing floral design education:

See more of Lindsay’s work here:

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Lindsay's Contingency Planning Worksheet


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Coming in 2020:  International Workshop Experience in The Netherlands (April 5-11, 2020) with Sue Mcleary and Hanneke Frankema.  Mayesh is looking forward to creating more magical flower moments abroad with groups of passionate flower designers. Want to attend The Netherlands workshop? Click here for more info.


Guest Co-Host: Maggie Bailey | Bramble & Bee

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee


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