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If you're an artist, graphic designer, illustrator, photographer or filmmaker, whether emerging or established, The Creative Boom Podcast is full of fun and honest conversations with creative people that will inspire. Expect many laughs, a few tears but plenty of advice and insight to help you in your creative career. Hosted by Katy Cowan, founding editor of Creative Boom, a platform she launched in 2009 to celebrate, inspire and support the creative community.
 
Follow Science Fiction author James S. Aaron on his writing-publishing journey. He's thirteen novels into a writing career while chasing a toddler and making the creative life work. We talk about productivity, business of art, personal finance, consistent creativity, family, interviews with authors and other creatives doing the work. Sleep mostly optional.
 
Get advice and insights from successful professionals who have established themselves in marketing, advertising, public relations and interactive positions. Allie Osmar Siarto gets to the bottom of what it takes to succeed and how you can prepare yourself for a career in one of these ever-changing fields. Visit TheCreativeCareer.com to read the blog and show notes.
 
Are you a parent who is determined to work towards the lifestyle you want for your family? Career / Business important but you need the work life balance that will enable you to hang out with the most important people in the world to you? Determined to carry on your career progression after having kids and want to establish the best way to do so? Welcome to the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast... a podcast hosted by career coach, mummy, author, employee, and business builder Gin ...
 
Hosted by Kei Maye, a digital content creator and creative coach, the Creative Champs podcast serves as an informal but straight talking resource to help you kickstart your creative careers and stay sane doing it. Champs - in short - gives you all the creative advice you don't get in uni. Almost like a VIP backstage pass, but without the famous people. Stories, lessons learned, resources & tips all bundled up into sweet, digestible chunks; So whether you're a freelancer, creative entrepreneu ...
 
You can learn a lot from listening to creative leaders talk about what made them successful. Every artist, designer and creative entrepreneur has a unique story about their journey to find professional success that can help inspire and guide yours. From happy accidents to dealing with adversity, industry innovators share their experiences, insights and advice to help you navigate your career and find your own path. What do they all have in common? They never stop learning. Neither will you w ...
 
First, You Hustle is a program from the Columbus College of Art & Design Career Services office to guide students on how to start their creative careers. The program features advice from alumni and employer guests, segments with students, faculty and staff, and how-to-guides on special topics. Episodes are released monthly. ccad.edu
 
A podcast for Asian career changers who want to pursue a creative field and redefine what success means to them. If you are a dreamer and doer who wants to stop settling at work, take ownership of your career, and live your fullest life, then this is for you. Hosted by Yunzhe Zhou, an artist, coach and entrepreneur, this podcast shares raw advice from successful career changers to empower you in yours. Get more daily tips here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yunzhezhou
 
A podcast by two friends from across the Atlantic who immediately bonded over the work around the work and kept the conversation going on growing their careers, doing creative work, and striving to be better. Hosted by Habbi and Hailley. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeworkwork/support
 
An educational resource to inspire and inform the next generation of creatives and help them make better career decisions. Creative Lives is a podcast series profiling interesting creative careers – from how they identified an interest in the industry, to landing their first job.
 
Don’t Give Up Your Day Job is a podcast series from kiwi musicians Bobby Kennedy and Danny McCrum.The idea of this podcast is to give people an insight into the real workings of the careers of creative professionals. The fact is creative professionals are fascinating characters who have had to work very hard and overcome many personal and professional obstacles. They are dedicated, multi-talented people who make great sacrifices and take great risks and we think this is worth celebrating.So ...
 
Turn writing into more than a hobby, make it your career. Stephan Bugaj (Pixar's Brave, Wall-E, The Incredibles), Justin Sloan (Telltale's Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, and Minecraft: Story Mode), and Kevin Tumlinson (Citadel, Lucid, The 30-Day Author) give you their advice on writing for books, movies, video games and more, and occasionally try to sound smarter by having on amazing guests.
 
April Kae knows what it’s like to feel stuck as a creative. For years, she worked jobs from Wall Street to Public Radio. But on the two-year anniversary of landing her “dream job,” she realized she wasn’t dreaming big enough. So, she quit to pursue creativity full-time. Since then, April has built a six-figure freelance creative business, cultivating careers in music, modeling, and social media. And now, she’s here to help you get unstuck and live your creative dreams, too. On "I See What Yo ...
 
The Pencil Kings Podcast interviews today’s top artists to uncover the story behind their work. These interviews are created for you - the Aspiring Artist, the Hobbyist and the Professional Artist. If you are looking for inspiring and insightful interviews from artists all over the world, you’re in the right place to learn the behind the scenes stories of how these artists got started and how they turned their passion into creative art careers.
 
TheatreArtLife.com is a platform for industry professionals in all live entertainment genres to connect and learn from each other, find employment opportunities around the globe and to grow personally and professionally in their careers. We host a community of creative and technical professionals sharing their knowledge, experience, passion, obstacles and cultures. Created BY the industry FOR the industry. Our podcast is putting the spotlight on those who create live entertainment. Presentin ...
 
THIS WAY UP is a podcast featuring interviews with leading women in the creative industry. Sharing the good, the bad and the ugly of their careers. It’s those valuable insights that make the journey up a little less hard. For more info: www.thiswayup.io Follow us: @thiswayuppodcast
 
A podcast by musicians, for musicians, or anyone trying to make their way in the world by mastering an art. Here we discuss the complexity, humanity, pain, and triumph of being an artist and stumbling through the creative process. Join Jack and Danielle, two musicians building their careers, expressing themselves through their music, learning about themselves through their art, and just doing their best.
 
Have you ever tried to pursue a creative life, but have sacrificed self-care and wellness in the process? Or, perhaps you’re trying to pursue wellness, but are frustrated by rigid definitions and standards of health that seem to stifle creativity? Long-distance, sock-obsessed cousins Anna Barnard and Maria Ramsey have come to the conclusion that we don’t need to choose between our art and our wellbeing. In fact, they’ve got lots of thoughts to share about the intersection between the two. Tu ...
 
Your life is the biggest design project you will ever undertake! In his Design Your Life podcast series, Vince Frost discusses how design principles can be applied to everyday life with a group of leading creative guests. Listen in as designers, journalists, CEOs and founders reveal the key turning points in their lives and talk about the role design has played in shaping the success of their brands and careers. designyourlife.com.au Vince Frost is the CEO and Executive Creative Director of ...
 
The ultimate podcasts for creatives. Hosted by Nick Longo, Mikelle Morrison, and Jordan Wilson. A unique team of creative professionals, united together to bring unique inspiration and uncommon perspectives. We help creatives continually improve their careers and endeavors with in-depth interviews, round table discussions, and instructional lessons.
 
What if you could create the business and career that you love with the help of the Tarot cards? This podcast is here to you to take leadership roles, grow your business and boost you to create amazing projects that you can be proud of. Let’s put the Tarot to work ! Monthly guidance, leadership tips, and more.
 
Welcome to the Career Foresight Podcast. This is the show that dives into conversations about the future of work for creative professionals. Jennifer Spoelma, a career coach, author and speaker is your passionate, thoughtful & inquisitive host. Her specialty is helping ambitious, creative professionals build careers that align with their strengths, interests, lifestyle and goals. There are so many options and opportunities in our world today to do work that matters, motivates us, and allows ...
 
The Crazy One helps you find new insights and breakthroughs in your career, creativity, and leadership. In every episode, Stephen Gates gives you honest and actionable insights taken from his experience leading global in-house and agency creative teams, building multiple Fortune 100 brands, and working as InVision’s Chief Design Evangelist coaching and working with companies ranging from small start-ups to some of the world's biggest and innovative companies. Recognized with 2020 Webby Award ...
 
Being Boss® is an exploration of not only what it means, but what it takes to be boss as a creative business owner, freelancer, or side-hustler. Join host Emily Thompson as she explores the mindsets, habits, and tactics of harnessing your creative ambitions and embracing the adventure of starting and growing your own business so that you can make money doing work you love.
 
Over the years, we met many Singaporean creatives who head abroad to hone their craft and pursue their goals. In this Singaporeans Abroad edition, we speak to 6 creatives on how they are building successful careers overseas. New episodes dropping on 3 April. Freelance Exchange is our first ever podcast about freelancers by freelancers. Hosted by CreativesAtWork co-founders Fanny and Jayce, you will find candid conversations with creative professionals about the gig economy and business of fr ...
 
Design Wise is a podcast about Architecture, Interior Design, Art and all things related to the business of creating. Join our host, Jessica Chabot, as she does deep dive interviews with some of the best creative professionals about their careers. This podcast is sponsored by Hawthorn Builders. Make sure to check out their website below.
 
Larry’s Bar provides a platform for people to speak about their experiences in their chosen creative and community based careers, highlighting their true talents and contributions motivated through real Hip Hop foundation & Its true elements.The pride of Larry’s Bar is that it was an idea that formulated from the most humblest of beginnings.
 
Have you ever been told: “You should get a more sensible career"? On this show, we speak with the people who ignored that advice to become the trailblazers, leading lights and entrepreneurs of Asia's creative industries. From Singapore to Seoul, Taipei to Tokyo, Mumbai to Manila, these creators and artists tell us how they paved their own path and dealt with the unexpected challenges and unmitigated failures along the way, as they built a unique and singular foolish career. I'm your host, Ti ...
 
This is "Rolling With It", where each week your host Tati Baker sits down with some of the UKs most exciting young creatives in the scene, from DJ's to Content Creators - finding out how they are adapting their careers to the Coronavirus pandemic and the crazy world we are currently living in. Showing that creative jobs don't have to be put on hold. Who knows... you could be inspired to start a journey you never thought was possible.
 
The podcast about people who are reinventing themselves--their careers, their relationships, their creative and philanthropic lives--or their whole lives. Host Elaine Appleton Grant talks with career changers, entrepreneurs, authors, social changemakers, the newly single and newly married. Real, no-bs, in-depth conversations about the obstacles, the strategies, and the joys of the reinvention journey.
 
Interview with the Artist is a long form, in-depth interview show which airs on 102.5 WBAZ-FM on Long Island, and as a podcast. On this series, radio host and former actor Walker Vreeland lets you in on a different kind of celebrity interview. Featuring conversations with an impressive roster of guests from all facets of the entertainment industry, the show invites actors, directors, writers, musicians and comedians to reflect on their lives, the evolution of their careers, their creative pr ...
 
The Refilmery Series takes you behind the scenes to discover the process and strategies that filmmakers and creative people employ in their work. Each week a filmmaker reveals their career challenges, latest projects, and creative triumphs. Hosted by David Joshua Ford, executive director of New York production company Refilmery. Subscribe to "Refilmery Series" in iTunes, Google Play & Stitcher, and receive discounts to our live screenings in New York by joining the film community mailing lis ...
 
Venturesome is the podcast and blog about being fiercely ambitious, brave and curious. It’s about taking risks, overcoming uncertainty and being creative in our lives and careers. Join us for interviews, conversations and insights about how to get a step ahead – even during a global pandemic. | ven·ture·some (adjective): willing to take risks or embark on difficult or unusual courses of action.
 
Sustainable futures visionary Livia Firth discusses her career with creative director and trendhawk Kinvara Balfour at the Apple Store Regent Street in London. Best known as a pioneer of sustainable and eco-friendly fashion, Firth founded Eco-Age Ltd. in 2007, overseeing global initiatives embracing ethical and sustainable values. In 2009, she launched The Green Carpet Challenge, working with A-list designers on red carpets worldwide to focus global attention on sustainability as a way of life.
 
Learn how top outdoor athletes, adventurers, and entrepreneurs build their lifestyles and careers while in pursuit of adventure, purpose, and stoke! This show is for you if you're passionate about the outdoors, if you live for adventure, and if you can't help but lean into your wild passions and "what if" creative ideas. Hosted by Jonathan Ronzio
 
Monetizing Your Creativity explores how use your creative talents to pursue a career in film, television and related media (theatre, music, gaming, design, publishing). Industry veterans and mentors Marvin Polis and Fred Keating interview people who've been there and done that. Subscribe: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/monetizing-your-creativity/id1082894462?mt=2 Or search for Monetizing Your Creativity in your podcast app on your mobile device. Please leave comments and suggestions for ...
 
Many want to "make it" in the music industry. Few successfully make it in. Even fewer stay in. The goal of this podcast is to help bring some clarity to your path towards a music career. We want to help you not only get in, but stay in. To this end, hosts Seth Mosley and X O'Connor will dig deep with luminaries of the music industry. These are people who have "made it" and today have very notable careers. Many are Grammy winners and work with prominent record labels. Some of our listeners mi ...
 
On 3 Clips, podcasters behind some of the world's most creative shows deconstruct their work, a few pieces at a time. Each episode, you'll go inside their processes and techniques and hear about the hidden moments that helped them make stuff that matters. It's like Song Exploder meets Inside the Actor's Studio -- for podcasters! Hosted by Jay Acunzo.
 
Artists Without DayJobs is the show that takes you through the process of making a business of your art. Each week Jo-Ná Williams (attorney, advisor & speaker), will interview a full-time creator, a business or wellness expert, or give you the tools and strategies she's used in helping thousands of artists successfully navigate their careers and start their creative businesses. Hear the inspiring stories of creators on the other side or empowering action tips to assist you on your journey of ...
 
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This episode features the amazing Sophie Williams. For those who don’t know Sophie, she is a TED Speaker, a leading anti-racism advocate, and the author of two great books. The first, Anti-Racist Ally is an Introduction to allyship at home, work, and in the community, and was published in October of last year. And just this week, I’m very excited a…
 
The long winter is behind us and we are back, kicking off 2021 with a discussion on evolving business strategies. If you are a small business owner or entrepreneur, this episode we get very candid about brand strategy, brand identity, billing practice and so much more. Hosts: Alexis Talledes (Instagram @alexistalledes, Twitter @TrainFizzique)Phil T…
 
This week, Shehab (Isis) Awad joins us to discuss the power of gratitude, manifestation, and mindfulness. Shehab is an independent curator and writer based in New York City. He/she highlights queer and marginalized practices, and her/his writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including the Brooklyn Rail and ArtAsiaPacific Magazine. Sheh…
 
This is our 100th Episode! To celebrate, Giuseppe Castellano has compiled short highlights from episodes 51 to 99. If this is the first time you’ve listened to our podcast, you’ll hear from illustrators, agents, art directors, editors, publishers, museum curators and more… Through 49 episodes, we covered a wide range of topics, including: restartin…
 
Kathleen Shannon joins to share a conversation on handling distractions and finding focus as a multi-passionate creative. From dealing with shiny object syndrome to narrowing in on your core genius and dedicating yourself to becoming great at something, we discuss the process and benefits of improving your focus. Get full shownotes for this episode…
 
It often seems like in order to succeed in your career you have to compromise other areas of your life that are also important to you. That’s especially true right now, when many of us are only five steps away from work at any given moment because we are working out of our home. However, today’s guest thinks that mindset is wrong. Megan Hyatt Mille…
 
Welcome to the third episode of our Design Your Life Architecture series - From Lego to Skyscrapers featuring Zaha Hadid Architects Director, Gianluca Racana. This series is dedicated to exploring the lives of architects, when did they first discover their love for it, what makes them tick and how they handle the responsibility that comes with desi…
 
Today’s featured podcast, The Secret Adventures of Black People, has a beautiful premise: that the everyday lives of Black people are extraordinary. But extracting and telling everyday stories in a way that sounds extraordinary takes intention, skill, and practice. Host and producer Nichole Hill’s storytelling style combines elements of fantasy, vo…
 
Visual artist and author, Oliver Jeffers chats about how the events of last year affected him, putting a family round-the-world trip on hold. We also talk about how his practice has developed over the years, where he gets his ideas from, and what he has in store next. We discover, too, the sense of optimism and hope Oliver has for the future and wh…
 
In the first of two episodes, we are joined by Cory Pattak, talking all things lighting design. Cory is a New York based lighting designer, and the host of the In1 podcast. He was worked on Broadway, off-Broadway, across regional theatre and international productions, and tells us all about his fascinating career lighting the world of theatre and e…
 
The clues for crafting a strong job application are right there in the position description itself. This episode will break down a real job description to show you how to find the right key words and attributes to highlight in your application. We then spoke with the person hiring for that very position: Meg Marsh, Head of People at argodesign. To …
 
Singapore needs risk-takers to spur growth, be it in filmmaking or business. How can we rewire our society to encourage experimenting and be more forgiving of mistakes? This week, we speak to Sydney-based filmmaker and motion graphics designer Perry Lam about importance of taking creative risks and why had he stayed in Singapore, he would not be ab…
 
Drummer & Producer Greg Haver returns to the show to talk about his recent review of certain areas of the music industry and to discuss the new producers funding initiative called The New Music Development Scheme. We have a good laugh while tackling some hotly debated subjects. Dig in.저자 Don't Give Up Your Day Job
 
This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/ID, where you will get a free trial of Premium Membership. That’s two weeks free... at Skillshare.com/ID. Caldecott-winning Artist & Writer, Uri Shulevitz, talks to Giuseppe Castellano about how he went from fleeing the Nazi’s in 1939, to publishing his first picture…
 
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Hey Champs! This episode is all about finding your own sense of style as a visual artist or designer - something that so many of us getting into spar matches with. Let's take a look at this whole 'style finding' thing and make some sense of it, shall we? Instagram: @creative.champs저자 Kei Maye
 
The Potential New Client Nextdoor. Jeremy Slagle joins the gang to discuss all the wonders of working with small local businesses. With his vast knowledge working with Jeni's Ice Cream in its early stages, Jeremy shares some tangible insights including: Tips and Advice for listeners to find small local clients. How to align your business with clien…
 
Why are some workplaces amazing and others loathed? What is it about some cultures that bring out the best in people and others that cause others to be in perpetual job-search mode? Clint Pulver has spent countless hours undercover inside some of the biggest companies in the world, and in this episode he shares what employees say about the places t…
 
Dr. Tega Edwin, also know on social media as @HerCareerDoctor, helps women who are unhappy at work get clarity about who they are so they can find a satisfying, fulfilling career. In our interview we talk about coping with workplace trauma and toxic stress, and working through fear. She also talks about how the collective trauma of the pandemic and…
 
In this episode, we’re breaking down the great work that goes into the narrative podcast Bodies, with creator and host Allison Behringer. This is a highly produced and deeply researched show that leaves no details left unattended. Host Jay Acunzo and Behringer get into the great value of prep calls, research, and editing; how Allison conceived of h…
 
Dani Molyneux is a typographic artist and designer based in Manchester. She's also the founder of design studio, Dotto, which turns four this year. Here, we chat about the challenges we face as women and about finding our voice. We talk of change in the creative industries, about overcoming fears and building confidence in the face of adversity. We…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Jill Wolins, talking all about the world of dance. Jill started her career early, competing from the age of 9 before undertaking her studies and graduating as a dance major. Jill began working at Disney Orlando, spent 10 years as a New York Radio City Rockette, dancing on Broadway and undertaking national tours, as…
 
This month's topic is about burnout - what it is, how to identify it, and how to deal with it. In this episode, we discuss how burnout manifests in our own creative processes. We also discuss navigating the exhaustion of being a self-employed artist, and dealing with pressure to work constantly, whether that pressure is self-imposed, cultural, or b…
 
What is it like to build a career in documentary filmmaking from Chicago? How can we tell a story about the Singaporean educational systems like Unteachable and make it relatable for an international audience? For our pilot episode, we speak to Shuling Yong, a Chicago-based award-winning documentary filmmaker, DP and Location Sound Recordist with a…
 
In honor of Women’s History Month, I’ve invited a couple of my clients who just started their businesses, and made their first 1K and beyond within 3 months, to share their insights, mindset shifts and behind the scenes stories with you. Each of them is breaking barriers and making history right now - not just for themselves, but also for the whole…
 
As part of the Women’s History Month Speaker Series hosted by CMU’s College of the Arts and Media, Sarah Grandstaff interviewed our host, Rachel Esterline Perkins, about her perspectives on public relations, her time at Central Michigan University and her experiences as a woman in the workforce. You can view all of the videos at facebook.com/CMUCAM…
 
Juanita Pastrana is a Freelance Designer and Community Manager, working with various startups and companies throughout Colombia, her birth country. She earned her BFA in Advertising and Branding and went straight into the industry, working as an Art Director for Havas Chicago. She’s worked with big clients such as Mike’s Hard Lemonade, Orbitz, Nati…
 
Welcome to the second episode of the Design Your Life Architecture series - From Lego to Skyscrapers featuring 3XN partner Fred Holt. This series is dedicated to exploring the lives of architects, when did they first discover their love for it, what makes them tick, how do they handle the responsibility that comes with designing places, cities and …
 
Pointless hurdles. Legacy rules and regulations. Red tape. It seems like organizations are often rife with needless challenges and over-complexity. If we truly want to produce effective creative work, we must parse the unnecessary complexity and aim to approach the work in a common sense way. Today’s guest is international best-selling author and c…
 
Do you have to speak loudly to speak up? This week, we're joined by Marco Pave, a hip-hop artist, advocate, and independent label owner. Marco has shared the stage with artists including Mobb Deep, Waka Flocka, Young Dolph, and now he's here to talk about the importance of recognizing your power and influence—and why you should redefine what succes…
 
D.B. Dowd—Professor of Art and American Culture Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, and faculty director of the D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library—talks to Giuseppe Castellano about the definition of illustration; whether illustration is or is not art; what advice he has for any illustrator looking to find their “style”; and so muc…
 
Expand your capacity for success and manifest the money you want to make with your business. In this episode, join in to hear from Pamela Chen, a spiritual entrepreneur who's talking about manifesting, and not the watered-down platitudes of practicing positivity and creating a mood board, but the real magic of reprogramming yourself for success and…
 
It's time for another Question and Answer session with Brian. Send Brian your questions now. Brian will answer as many questions as he can on Tuesday's show. Reach Brian on twitter and #AskBKopp or email Brian at TheMomentBK@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Hey Champs! This episode is taking a look at the different available options after graduating from your creative degree (or even if you pack in the course half way, whatever works for you) Detailing some of the routes one can take outside of corporate routes that aren't actually a desirable option for many creators. Let's get into it. Champs Instag…
 
Almost two years after Habbi and Hailley first shared their Enneagram types, the two hosts revisit the topic with a full episode on the impact the Enneagram has had on their personal and professional lives. In this episode, they share an overview of the Enneagram, talk through productivity advice based on your Enneagram, and answer listener questio…
 
This week: a listener mailbag. Host Jay Acunzo and producer Andrea Muraskin answer your questions, with a particular focus on narrative-style podcasting. Topics include resources for learning the craft, how to face down an edit, and how to research guests. Plus: is there a measurable benefit to making a narrative podcast as opposed to an interview …
 
Cat How is a creative director and co-founder of How&How, a creative agency based in Lisbon and London. Here, we talk about Cat's adventurous spirit and how she's always followed her gut. We discover how she found herself in the field of graphic design. We talk about how what’s going in the world can impact us and why there are always silver lining…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dan Graham, talking about his work as a disabilities arts advocate. Dan is a theatre director with a special interest in access support for performing artists with neuro-diverse disabilities. He talks to us about his fascinating career and accessibility within the Arts and entertainment industry. https://www.linked…
 
In honor of Women’s History Month, I’ve invited a couple of my clients who just started their businesses, and made their first 1K and beyond within 3 months, to share their insights, mindset shifts and behind the scenes stories with you. Each of them is breaking barriers and making history right now - not just for themselves, but also for the whole…
 
Joe & Danny get drunk. Joe Walsh is constantly touring with Jordan Luck Band and his own band Ekko Park. Almost two years ago Joe was sitting on a completed Ekko Park album (Horizon) that hadn't yet been released. In the lead up Joe suggested we record an episode with a focus on the lyrics and back story to the album and in true Irish style, we met…
 
Through self-inquiry, Keith has embraced vulnerability and emotional honesty for a more meaningful career and life. “I'm 50 years old, I should know better, but I don't think the learning journey ever ends.” He incorporates these ideas into the robust innovation workshops he designs for clients seeking to imagine meaningful customer experiences in …
 
Welcome to the first episode of our Design Your Life Architecture series - From Lego to Skyscrapers featuring Luigi Rosselli. This series is dedicated to exploring the lives of architects, when did they first discover their love for it, what makes them tick, how do they handle the responsibility that comes with designing places, cities and building…
 
In this episode, I had a lovely conversation with Sarah Ellis. Sarah is the co-founder of Amazing If, an award-winning career development company with a mission to make work better for everyone. She’s also known for the great career podcast: Squiggly Careers and co-author of a book by the same name. This interview could not be more relevant for our…
 
Visual Artist, Henrik Drescher, talks to Giuseppe Castellano about the early days of Henrik’s career in New York City; how artists can stoke the fire of interest and creativity; what publishing professionals mean when they say that illustration needs to be “unique”; what the word “commercial” really means; and more.…
 
Every business owner’s goal is to scale their company into something bigger, something that can serve their clients better. Freelancers shouldn’t be any different. Outsourcing fits right into any scaling plan or expansion goals. Mikelle and the team discuss some of the pros and cons of outsourcing with personal stories and practical advice. From pr…
 
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