Beauty At Work
Beauty At Work
Nov 15, 2023
The Transformative Power Of Beauty with Chris Everett
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Chris Everett is a seasoned facilitator of transformative experiences for individuals and organizations. He is a musician, artist, designer, strategist, coach, farmer, and co-founder of an arts nonprofit in western Wisconsin. With over three decades in brand
expression and strategy, he is a master at using beauty as a powerful medium for transformation. From his early days in graphic design to deep dives into brand strategy and organizational culture, Chris's career reflects a persistent quest to uncover the deeper meanings of the beauty that we encounter in the world around us. He is deeply influenced by the teachings of the Delicate Lodge, a lineage of Medicine Wheel wisdoms that emphasize ceremony and ritual design. Adopting the title of "minister of beauty" in 2020, Chris embodies the belief in the sacredness of deeply human work and the transformative potential of beauty. Through his diverse roles and experiences, Chris also aids others in navigating their unique evolutionary journeys.

In this episode, we talk about: 

  1. How music and art shaped Chris’ childhood
  2. How spaces can be designed to feel more welcoming
  3. Chris's journey from advertising to leadership development
  4. How do you create genuine transformation in design?
  5. Chris’s quest to understand diverse perspectives on beauty
  6. How beauty can elevate the way we think and show up our relationship
  7. What does it mean to be a Minister of Beauty?
  8. Creating spaces for connection in natural environments
  9. Chris’ vision for healing broken communities 

To learn more about Chris’ work, you can find him at: 

Links Mentioned:

Patterns of Transformation - Designing Sex, Death, and Survival in the 21st Century by Ida Benedetto - 

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