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In this episode you'll learn: How Sarah paints from a place of healing to empowerment How Sarah rediscovered her feminine nature through art The power of affirmation ladders How do you make a living from your art? How can you connect with your highest, creative self? These are some of the most frequently asked questions amongst those that see thems…
 
If you choose to listen to only one short action episode this year, I highly recommend this one! In this short action episode, Kira and Ilysa reveal the key to how they’ve both created successful lives and a business working together as artists. Their insights might surprise you. Learn the two elements that could fundamentally change your life and …
 
Artists, Kira McCoy, and Ilysa Ginsburg, love what they do. In this insightful and revealing chat, interviewed by Sandra Lawrence, Ilysa and Kira share how they’ve have grown their business and what it means to them to create an environment where people love to work; and fans love to learn with them. As artists, they have a love for polymer clay; h…
 
When is the best time to get started with your new idea, product, service or business? It seems that sooner is better than later. That’s the experience of female tech entrepreneur and SupaPass founder, Juliana Meyer. Often we find ourselves needing to plan or have all of the right things in the right place before we get started with an idea but tha…
 
Juliana Meyer is an award-winning entrepreneur as well as highly qualified and experience musician and engineer. Today, her small software and technology company, SupaPass, is making big changes in the way that artist, musicians, podcasters and creatives of all kinds connect with their audience and super-fans. In this episode, we explore Juliana’s …
 
Have you ever found yourself working hard in your business, doing your creative work, but not getting the results that you want? In this short action episode we discuss the importance of being clear on who you serve and why. Featuring the wisdom of communications expert, Lucy Eckley, from The Leading Story podcast, you’ll hear why identifying who y…
 
In this episode, Build Your Brand Story founder, Lucy Eckley, shares her own journey from corporate career to communications consultant and how she helps people to day to create outstanding brands. Hear how Lucy helps her clients organise their creative business and brand. And how you can gain clarity and confidence with your brand and business by …
 
They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results… But what if you’re not getting any results at all? If you’re stuck and struggling to complete a task or project, try this… In this short action episode, artic explorer, podcast host and executive coach, Sue Stockdale, shares her wis…
 
Sue Stockdale is the first British woman to have skied to the magnetic North Pole. Having been introduced to the world of coaching working with pioneers such as Sir John Whitmore, Sue brings executive coaching and new leadership thinking to charities and nonprofit organisations amongst many; with the aim of addressing some of the greatest humanitar…
 
Which markets and communities are you interested in serving? What is it you are planning to offer? And what is it that people need in those communities that they aren’t getting yet? In today’s short action episode, Paul and Emily, creators of the Parent Guide to GCSE membership community, share their lightbulb moment when they spotted a gap in a ma…
 
“Knowledge beats nagging every time” according to Emily and Paul, creators of the parent guide to GCSE. Spotting a gap in a large market, ex-teachers, Paul and Emily, share their experience leaving the teaching profession to educate parents on how to best support their children going through GCSE. Emily shares her story falling out of love with her…
 
Is now a good time launch a new business, idea or venture? If you’ve got a new idea for a business, enterprise or venture, this short podcast episode is for you. In this short action episode, Neil Foley, from the Business Growth Club, shares his thoughts on when a good time to test out and launch a new business idea or venture is; and when not to l…
 
Who expected the events of 2020? Here we are 10 months in living with COVID, the shock of lockdown, and all sorts of new challenges and opportunities as creatives… Furloughs, losing jobs, changing careers and new opportunities. So to bridge the gap of a crazy 2020 so far, I invited back on to the show, small business growth expert, Neil Foley from …
 
What’s the #1 to be thinking about when putting a new idea or service out into the world? For many creatives, entrepreneurs and new business owners, knowing which is the right market for their product, idea or service can be critical to early and ongoing succeeding. Knowing your niche… Yet many owners and creatives are stuck figuring out which the …
 
Starting a small business can be both tough and exhilarating. Being technically gifted as a master craftsman/woman of your trade is a good place to start. Yet knowing how and when to start is better… And it pays to get help. In this episode, you’ll hear why it’s a good idea to get feedback early on. And how the right kind of mindset can impact your…
 
In this short action episode you’ll learn: How consistency and persistence can help you to achieve your creative aims The one thing that has kept Aaron and his business going What a creative business is really about What to do if your ideas are not working In this short action episode, Phlearn.com founder and photographer, Aaron Nace, shares his wi…
 
In this interview, part two, chat with Phlearn founder, Aaron Nace, we explore pictures of friends, (dressed as clowns) to politically inspired, visually stimulating, images… And telling stories with composite photos of cuddly creatures playing hide-and-seek with kids… Aaron is clearly someone who enjoys his life, his work and his photography. As t…
 
Since launching five years ago, in November 2014, the Inspirational Creatives podcast has grown to over 100,000 downloads with a small yet highly engaged audience dedicated to creating, and leading, a more meaningful life with purpose. To celebrate, host, founder and creator (curator) of Inspirational Creatives, Rob Lawrence, shares how his podcast…
 
Aaron Nace is an educator and photographer. In 2011 he founded Phlearn to professional teach students around the world, Photoshop and Lightroom skills. With over 600 tutorials and 1.8 million subscribers on YouTube, and counting, today, the Phlearn platform reaches folks through the power of video in 149 countries from their base in Chicago. In thi…
 
In this short action episode we explore how embracing our vulnerability supports us towards reaching our creative goals. How? It’s about living with uncertainty and detaching from outcomes. Offering a fresh perspective on uncertainty, British painter and theatre director, John Link, shares his wisdom, in this short podcast, by describing how his pa…
 
In this second chat, artist, John Link, describes how vulnerability and a sense of play both motivate and inspire his creative work. Recorded in the heart of Norwich, England, in his studio, John shares how John’s recent ill health and confronting mortality has changed his outlook to life and his relationship to his painting. We begin by talking ab…
 
Our own creative process can reveal to each of us something unique, which we didn’t know already about human nature. When we get stuck with our creativity, often it’s because we’ve stopped asking questions. Questions from a place of curiosity - questions that ultimately lead to a story. Almost all art tells a story. In this short action episode, pa…
 
How do you navigate a career following your dreams? In this second interview of the "Bringing it Home" series on Inspirational Creatives, artist, John Link, describes the relationship he has with his painting and background as a theatre director. Recorded in the heart of Norwich, England, in his studio, John shares his creative process and what his…
 
Great leaders are relied upon to make great decisions. But what’s needed to make a great decision? Of course, there are many ways to approach decision making. How you reach a decision will depend upon your aims and the criteria you apply. Yet, important decisions are different to urgent, critical, decisions that need to be made. And when it comes t…
 
What does it take to remain at the cutting edge of education in the creative arts and design? In 2017, Professor John Last was appointed an OBE in the 2017 Queen’s birthday honours list for his services to education. Today Professor Last is the vice-chairman at the Norwich University of Arts and the chair for the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partner…
 
If you want to create a life and living around the work you love, You probably won’t want to create yourself another job… Instead, you’ll want to learn how to create a business that works for you. So grab a notebook and pen and get ready to take note of these hot tips from, small business owner and marketing guru, Alison Boyle. In episode 273, Alis…
 
What is the true reality of working for yourself? Alison can tell you. Digital marketing expert, Alison Boyle, began her own business journey juggling children with uncertainty during the launch of her first business. She understands what’s at stake and what’s involved, when starting up under your own steam, pursuing a passion with purpose. In this…
 
If you’re thinking of starting a podcast, you’ll be interested in this short action episode (< 8 minutes.) One of the most frequently asked questions, amongst creatives, looking to market their output, products or services, is: “Is now a good time to be starting a podcast?” In this short action episode, Rebel Base Media CEO, founder, and podcaster,…
 
Mark Asquith is the CEO and founder of Rebel Base Media and Podcast Websites. (He’s also a massive DC Comics fan.) More recently, with new products, podcasts and services well underway under the Captivate and Productivity brands, to name a couple, he is somebody who is making a difference to podcasting and globally. As a podcasting coach and mentor…
 
Stuck? We all get stuck at certain points in our creative lives and career. Often the bigger the game we play, the more likely we are to find ourselves frozen. Frozen with fear, distraction or procrastination. In this short action episode, featuring the wisdom of entrepreneur, coach and expert, Peter Sage, we unpack why we, as creatives, get stuck …
 
He bought his first Ferrari for cash at the age of 25. He’s spent six months in Pentonville, one of the UK’s toughest and most violent prisons. As an accomplished athlete, skydiver, diver, honorary black-belt, and as someone who claims to have climbed some of the world’s highest peaks, Peter Sage, is known for having created 20 businesses in 15 dif…
 
You may not have heard of Casper Lee; He’s an internet and social media sensation. My 11 year-old nephew assures me he’s the real deal: Last year he won global social media superstar by global.com Currently he has a growing audience of 18 million combined followers across YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. And these aren’t just vanity metric…
 
Ben Jeffries created his first business at the age of 15 and is now a CEO at the age of 22. Partnering up with YouTube sensation Casper Lee, as a co-founder, in 2017, Ben was labelled as one of the young entrepreneurs to watch by both Alphr and Startups.co.uk having created Influencer.com. Quoted as ‘The SOHO house of influencer platforms‘, you’ll …
 
What does success look like to you? The first step towards becoming successful is critical. And that’s all to do with your definition of success. In this short action episode, music and entertainment industry expert, Bryan Calhoun, reveals the first, most important, step towards realising your big ideas and dreams… Whatever success looks like for y…
 
Visionary creative and music industry expert, Bryan Calhoun, believes that music has “the ability to change people.” With more than 25 years experience in the entertainment business, he is someone who is passionate about seeing musicians succeed. In this podcast episode, Bryan shares his 3 top tips for every musician. Having taught workshops and sp…
 
What does it mean to give too much? What happens when we give too much? Overworked givers are kind, loving, people who often feel a sense of deep connection with others by generously over-giving. They often put others before themselves and can be found to sacrifice their own needs to support others. Do you recognise this type of person? When their …
 
Yasmin Nguyen is a survivor. In the seventies, his family survived the jungle and Vietnam eventually escaping to South Korea, France then America. When the lease on his apartment expired recently, film-maker Yasmin, chose to tour the country capturing moments of joy. Having left the business world 20 years ago to become an entrepreneur, Yasmin shar…
 
Ever had a bad day and lost track of achieving your creative dreams? As creatives we have to deal with the realities of life and living creatively, Which often means dealing with unexpected events and situations that throw out our plans and intentions. Most of us have high expectations of ourselves and with our work. And the bigger the gap between …
 
Are you amplifying your best ideas? In a world facing social and cultural risks and challenges, and at a time of unprecedented change, Jeffrey Davis, believes we need to embrace collaboration. …and our sense of wonder. In this interview chat, the founder of Tracking Wonder reveals what he has learned about following the nature of our own creativity…
 
If Success = Preparation + Opportunity, why is it most musicians never reach their biggest goals? In this short action episode, musician, entrepreneur and WhiiseCon founder, Tommy Darker, shares the three biggest missed opportunities by musicians when attempting to achieve their biggest aims and goals. The wisdom shared in this episode applies to a…
 
Is it possible to create a successful career in music today? WhiiseCon founder and creator, Tommy Darker, believes so. When Tommy quit the army he couldn’t imagine the life he leads now. Today he teaches aspiring musicians how to carve a path through the territory of artistry and creative entrepreneurship; In a digital world that is becoming increa…
 
In this short action episode, creativity expert and fonder of The Creative Introvert, Cat Rose Nelligan, shares her experience with why everyday marketing and social tactics don’t work - without a bigger vision. If you find you’re spending lots of time on social media employing the latest tactics - and not getting the results that you want - this e…
 
We all have an introvert within us. And introverts have super powers. Yet introversion is not an excuse to not be both sociable and creative. According to founder of the League of Creative Introverts community, Cat Rose Neligan it’s all about energy quotas, mindset and surrounding yourself with the right people. In this chat, blogger and podcaster,…
 
When it comes to entering a market with a new idea – taking action is critical. But what’s the right action – and what’s the best approach? In this short action episode, poet turned copywriter and entrepreneur, Mike Giannulis, shares his best tips on how to enter any market with your big ideas and creative work. Mike’s commitment to action has seen…
 
From poet to entrepreneur to copywriter, Mike Giannulis, is somebody who takes bold, creative action with his ideas. In this full length interview, Mike shares his best tips on how to succeed in life and business by embracing failure and taking action. Mike’s commitment to action has seen him deal with a stutter and lose over 100Kgs (250lbs) in wei…
 
If you could be anyone or anything – who would you be? What does it mean to live a life that is full of learning, loving and leaving a meaningful legacy? Would achieving mastery in all of these areas lead us to a sense of wholeness? And how do we invest our time most effectively to create the success we looking for? In this short action episode, wr…
 
Writing and journalling changed Dave Ursillo’s life. In episode 251, part one of my chat with writer, healer and Unavoidable Writingteacher, Dave Ursillo, helped us to pull apart writer’s block to find out what’s really going on… Dave helped us to understand our fear shadows. In this episode, part two of our chat, we go deeper into Dave’s own perso…
 
Is your best creative work causing disruption in your life? How do you know? How do you find the time and energy to do more of what’s important without creating more chaos and struggle? In this short action episode, we explore the difference between two types of creative resistance: Discomfort and struggle. Writer, healer and Unavoidable Writing te…
 
Have we found the cure for writer’s block? What does it feel like to be a free, unstuck, creative? Does writer’s block really exist and, if so, what is it? In this episode, we pull writer’s block apart and find out what’s really going on…to find out what’s on the other side. Healer, teacher and writer, Dave Ursillo, returns to the show, for the thi…
 
In this short action episode, branding expert, Ulli Appelbaum, shares his best tips on how to fire-up your creativity. Hear how to keep your creative ideas following and manifesting into the world. And why it’s important not to follow the crowd and worry about the competition. Also hear what advice Ulli would have given to his younger self… As well…
 
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