A few years ago, Jenny Feinberg (@jennyfeinberg) found herself at the crux of an unexpected turning point in her life. The coworking business and community she had built of hundreds of San Francisco creatives was closing. Prior to starting the business, her 10 year career in politics, which included working for the Biden and Clinton Senate offices, ended abruptly. When her career in politics ended she made a promise to herself that she was going to live a life of inquiry - which meant that, no matter how crazy, she would follow the inner whispers of her heart. So...she turned to watercolor painting to cope with the loss of the coworking business. She didn't know where painting was going to take her but something told her that this was going to be her new path. These days, Jenny is a full-time watercolor painter who exhibits and sells art primarily through getting the word out through her Instagram account. And she is only just at the beginning! In this conversation we talk about why we all have a responsibility to live a life of inquiry, why she lets herself make “bad art” and how she deals with snags in the creative process.