live witih intention. walk to the edge. do what you love. live as if this is all there is.

Mary Anne Radmacher

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About Mary Anne Radmacher
Artist, Author, Apronary

Courage Doesn't Always Roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow."               
This is, perhaps, my most well-known piece. My writings and art are collected internationally and appear in living rooms, classrooms and boardrooms. In October, 2013 they appeared in O! Magazine.                             I happily inspire groups of people from pre-schoolers to prisoners to pensioners. This web site is still in process, and built entirely by still-learning-me,  but I hope you'll enjoy looking around
at the building blocks.

Mary Anne Radmacher: A life long "Apronary."  Providing inspiration in the world for over thirty years.

You can support my work in the world by sharing it from:
appliedinsight.net

I am an artist, an author and an Apronary.

My super hero name is APRON GIRL because I am practical

in seemingly impractical things...Like serendipity, synergy, synthesis and showing up at just the right time in just the right place. “Let’s just do it and see what happens,” is something I’m inclined to say.

I am amazing at saying what is on someone’s heart but they can’t find the words to say. I am spirited at seeing what people deeply long for but rarely have the courage to name. I inspire myself! and in doing so, inspire others.

I have devoted most of my life to communicating that there is no failure, there’s only practice and discovering ways that don’t feel successful on the way to discovering what success looks and feels like for the individual.

When you work with me you can expect to be surprised at how smart you are and how much you already know without anyone telling you. You’ll probably be surprised and delighted that I am not normal, not average and not ordinary...just like you.

My work matters because it opens doors of possibility that individuals push the rest of the way open.

I am here to remind you that you can remember and do what matters.

My question for you is - how do you want to remember this
(or any) experience?  And what will you do to make that memory become real?

Please be aware that I am remarkable contradiction

(a consistent inconsistency)
ready to go to work with you - with my apron on.