Singer-songwriter and Hay House author Alex Woodard has toured nationally behind five critically acclaimed albums, earning prestigious industry nods and sharing the stage with some of today’s most popular acts. His book and album package, For The Sender, features his story of release and redemption woven through songs written about real-life letters. When he’s not surfing in his beach town north of San Diego, Alex lives with a big dog and bigger horse in the mountains of Idaho.
Conversation with Nancy Levin
Join Hay House Events Director (and well-respected poet in her own right) Nancy Levin as she interviews a true artist about the creative process. Alex Woodard has been a singer-songwriter for years, and recently changed gears to write a book that has taken him to places he never imagined. He shares many insights from his unconventional journey that will resonate with all kinds of listeners, whether they consider themselves to be artistic or not.
This conversation is filled with warmth, humor, and two of Alex's amazing songs. In addition, you'll gain some great bits of wisdom, such as why it's important to let a compass be your guide, not a map; why dreaming and vision boards are not nearly as effective as simply taking action; and why letting go and having faith can lead you to a life that is beyond anything you ever could have envisioned for yourself. Alex says, "Life is beautiful if you let it be. Get out of your own way!" His message is that as long as you're doing something every day that resonates with your authentic self, "the big stuff will take care of itself."
Listening to this remarkable storyteller will inspire you to make changes in your own life, helping you tune in to yourself and open up to all of the wonderful people and experiences that are just waiting for you in this incredible world of ours.