In this week's episode of Catt Sadler Now we speak with Catt's friend, NYT's Best-selling author Elise Loehnen. Her new book: “On Our Best Behavior - The Seven Deadly Sins and The Price Women Pay to Be Good” explores the ancient rules women knowingly (and unknowingly) follow in order to be considered “good.” Are you interested in a more balanced, spiritually complete way to live? So are we. As former Chief Creative Officer at GOOP, appearing on “The Goop Lab” on Netflix, and writing countless notable books and columns as a ghost-writer previously - Elise has spent the past few years examining her own career, health, and purpose. She now hosts Pulling The Thread podcast and is discussing her much-celebrated, critically-acclaimed book. In her candid conversation with Catt she talks about what it was like to feel like she was “dying” from her anxiety disorder, her experience in therapy using MDMA, and how to this day - she has yet to be interviewed about her story and book by a single man. WHAT?! If you suffer from “good girl behavior” or wrestle with the idea of being perfect or desire to get un-programmed and become the truest, purest version of yourself - this week's episode is a must-listen. Thank you to our sponsor SAKARA. Make sure to take advantage of our discount for Catt Sadler Now listeners. Get 15% off at sakara.com/catt or use CATT at checkout for 15% off these delicious, nutritious, plant-rich meals to get ignite your fall health goals! SAKARA.COM.
If you've been online in the last 10 years, there's a good chance you've heard of The Sidemen. 7 guys from the UK, all successful YouTubers in their own right, who grouped together to create one of the most successful YouTube collectives in the world. With over 240 million monthly views and 19 million subscribers, the Sidemen have branched out well beyond content - launching their own fast food chicken franchise (Sides) and premium vodka brand (XIX Vodka). Whilst these 7 guys are immensely talented creators, they needed structure and a strategy to exploit their commercial potential - and that's where Jordan Schwarzenberger and Arcade Media came in. Jordan started his career as a creative at VICE and LADBible before he became the Chief Creative Officer at YMU Group, Europe's largest talent management company. Having being introduced to the Sidemen by his friends and co-founders,Jordan now manages the group in all their endeavors. In fact,The Sidemen are Arcade Media's only client. In this episode you'll hear Jordan explain what it's really like working with some of the biggest content creators in the world and how you can replicate some of their success. We'd love your feedback firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsor links: vorboss.com/secretleaders scoreapp.com/secretleaders personio.com/secretleaders vanta.com/secretleaders
Keyonna Taylor got her break into the television industry as a staff writer on the Apple + hit workplace comedy Mythic Quest. There she penned Breaking Brad, starring Snoop Doggy Dogg. Next, she got the absolute privilege of working as story editor in the longest running live action comedy of our time, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Writing on IASIP she co-wrote The Gang Makes Lethal Weapon 7, the third in The Gangs trilogy of remakes of the 1987 American buddy cop action comedy franchise. In 2020 Keyonna teamed up with Rob McElhenney and sold her first show to FX, titled MeWe. An anthology that gives you a snapshot into the lives of Americans killed by systemic racism. Keyonna is also Chief Creative Officer at Adim. Adim is a community of storytellers, fans, and friends working together to create and own the next generation of content, in order to build a more inclusive future for entertainment and a new era of creativity for us all. We are about to kick the door of mainstream creativity down and let anyone in. No gatekeeping. Adim is a space for any and all creators to share their ideas, create collaboratively, and come together to see their ideas bloom. We are facilitating the next generation of storytelling, utilizing technology to enhance our characters and track creator ownership. Adim hopes to allow all dreamers to create faster, engage with their creations more, and interact with that of others on a global scale.
As the 2019 LA Lakers Business Woman and the 2015 CA Charter Teacher of the Year, Genein is a national thought leader and creator of the concept of ‘Intercultural Creativity®' and Prismatic Leadership®. She is the founder and Chief Creative Officer of CAFFE Strategies, LLC which trains leaders, entrepreneurs and employees to unleash their Intercultural Creativity® for themselves and in their business. Her 7 Gems of Intercultural Creativity is a leading framework that encourages organizations in their diversity and inclusion development while developing critical cognitive tools for creative thinking. Genein believes creative thinking thrives best in an inclusive environment and she is often called ‘America's Creative Coach' for her work in reigniting intercultural creativity within our workforce. Please connect with her: YouTube Podcast Books Twitter Instagram Facebook LinkedIN --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/conversationsoftheheart/support
Денис Елисеев - с 2010 года по 2022 год включительно, был со-основателем, а также занимал позицию Chief Creative Officer в Friends Moscow. Также с 2010 года по 2022 год он был сооснователем лучшей российской рекламной школы MADS courses. Denis Eliseev was a co-founder and also held the position of Chief Creative Officer at Friends Moscow from 2010 to 2022 inclusive. Also from 2010 to 2022, he was a co-founder of the best Russian advertising school MADS courses. FIND DENIS ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram | Facebook | Telegram ================================SUPPORT & CONNECT:Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrichTwitter: https://twitter.com/denofrichFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mark.develman/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrichInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/Hashtag: #denofrich© Copyright 2023 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.
No big financing news but the holiday-shortened week brought up important topics, notably a ruling on an award-winning AI-generated image. There were a couple of juicy hardware rumors: Nintendo/Google and Meta/LG, which leads to a discussion of Meta vs. Apple brand strategy. Say hello to 'Ajax,' Apple's private LLM, which may be the future of Siri. Our guest is Curtis Hickman, Chief Creative Officer of the Void and the author of the new book, "Hyper-Reality: The Art of Designing Impossible Experiences."Thank you to our sponsor, Zappar!Don't forget to like, share, and follow for more! Follow us on all socials @ThisWeekInXR!https://linktr.ee/thisweekinxr Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this Episode of The Bourbon Life Podcast, Matt and Mark spend some time hanging out with Seth Benhaim, Chief Creative Officer and Founder, of Broken Barrel Whiskey Co. Seth was previously a guest on Episode 114 in April 2022. The guys talk with Seth about his past experience in the spirits industry and how that led him to start Broken Barrel Whiskey Co., the impressive amount of recognition that the brand and their expressions have received this year, and some exciting things that are coming up for the brand as well later this year. They also taste and review Broken Barrel's Americana, Cask Strength Bourbon, and American Single Malt Luciferous. This Episode of The Bourbon Life Podcast is sponsored by Liquor Barn, The Stave Restaurant, Three Chord Bourbon, and District 7 Social. Check out all of our amazing sponsors online at: www.liquorbarn.com www.thestavekentucky.com www.threechordbourbon.com
He makes great ads. And he makes great mustard. Craig Allen is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of creative agency CALLEN. Before establishing CALLEN, he spent nearly 10 years at Wieden + Kennedy, where he worked on various brands. He most notably led the Old Spice team responsible for the “Smell Like A Man, Man” campaign. Craig has won the industry's most prestigious awards, including two Cannes Lion Grand Prix, Best In Show at The One Show, an ANDY Award, as well as two Black D&AD Pencils and the Grand Effie. Most recently, Callen created an ingenious NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) partnership with the University of Texas running back and projected first-round NFL draft pick Bijan Robinson. Together, they created Bijan Mustardson, a brand of gourmet Dijon mustard. In this episode, Craig hits the trifecta of advice for those looking to break in and thrive in advertising. The three core tenants everyone should know. Links Connect with Craig: here Connect with us: here Check out the mustard: here Win a Crowbar to break into advertising: here Partner Episode Disclosure This episode was made possible by a mutually beneficial deal - to help grow the podcast for the long term. Read more about our paid disclosure here.
Advisors, much like educators, understand the importance of clear communication. They attempt to simplify complex concepts without diluting their essence. Pursuing this solution drives advisors to explore innovative ways to engage, educate, and empower their clients. In this episode, Steve talks with Ross Riskin, Chief Learning Officer at Investments & Wealth Institute as well as Founder and Chief Creative Officer at visiWealth. Ross is recognized as a thought leader and expert in tax planning, college planning, student loan advising, and advice engagement. At visiWealth, Ross helps advisors and financial professionals access high-quality visuals of wealth management and financial planning concepts and strategies that are advisor-driven and client-focused. With the goal of helping advisors enhance their teaching level, Ross talks to Steve about the importance of advisors learning the many ways clients learn to help with adding ways they teach their solutions. He emphasizes using visuals to simplify complex concepts and bridge the understanding gap between family members across generations. Ross also shares the three C's framework— comprehension, curation, and communication, as a guide for advisors to effectively educate their clients. Key Takeaways [03:05] - What inspired Ross to help advisors become better teachers? [05:23] - The three C's for simplifying and communicating financial information. [09:00] - The importance of having a system for curating and storing content. [11:37] - How advisors can earn the trust of investors. [17:17] - How life cards can help in the client's discovery process. [20:49] - The significance of timing when providing advice. [22:36] - Why visuals are important in helping people understand financial planning strategies. [23:45] - How visiWealth uses visuals to help advisors deliver advice. [27:57] - Common mistakes advisors make when giving advice. [30:30] - How advisors can leverage technology to do things that matter most. [35:40] - What motivates Ross to keep going each day. Quotes [04:06] - "We, as advisors, are trying to find that simple solution to how we communicate and get things across. We are also looking for scalability and standardization to get more efficient to serve more people." ~ Ross Riskin [07:22] - "You can't be an effective receiver of knowledge without comprehension. And you can't be an effective giver of knowledge if you don't know where people are at."~ Ross Riskin [12:37] - "There still are high trust levels in teachers and educators to some degree that have been there for decades. So, how do you gain that trust as an advisor? It's a knowledge transfer. It's trust in a relationship. It's 'I'm here to help you but also here to listen to you.'" ~ Ross Riskin Links Ross Riskin on LinkedIn Investments & Wealth Institute visiWealth American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Adam Holt Asset-Map Connect with our hosts Steve on LinkedIn Buckingham Strategic Partners Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Steve on LinkedIn Follow Buckingham Strategic Partners on Twitter Disclosure For informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as specific investment, accounting, legal, or tax advice. Certain information is based upon third party data which may become outdated or otherwise superseded without notice. Third party information is deemed to be reliable, but its accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed. Some analysis presented is based off current economic information and may become outdated or irrelevant without notice. Individuals should speak with their qualified financial professional based on his or her unique circumstances. Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) nor any other federal or state agency have approved, determined the accuracy, or confirmed the adequacy of this podcast. © 2022 Buckingham Wealth Partners, LLC. Buckingham Strategic Wealth, LLC and Buckingham Strategic Partners, LLC (collectively, Buckingham Wealth Partners)
Am povestit cu Cătălin Dobre – CEE Creative Director și Chief Creative Officer la McCann – despre cum creativitatea nu mai este un moft în industria de marketing și advertising, ci un factor diferențiator esențial, mai ales în contextul unei piețe foarte competitive. Cătălin pare că reușește foarte ușor să găsească o perspectivă pozitivă chiar... The post 181: Cum să te diferențiezi în publicitate prin creative excellence? cu Cătălin Dobre appeared first on Katai.
Chad Cress, Chief Creative Officer at DJM talks about the transformation underway at Ovation Hollywood. The property was originally built as a tourist destination, but now DJM is making it into something special that locals will also want to visit. Chad also discusses Lido Marine Village and the landmark tenant that made all the difference for the Newport Beach retail waterfront complex. James Cook is the director of retail research in the Americas for JLL. Join our FREE LinkedIn live event with Celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson: https://tinyurl.com/jllceleb Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts Listen: WhereWeBuy.show Alexa: Say "Enable the Where We Buy skill" Email: email@example.com Watch our video show, Everything We Know About Retail: http://everythingweknow.show/ Leave a message on the Where We Buy hotline. We may use it on an upcoming show. Call (602) 633-4061 Read more retail research here: http://www.us.jll.com/retail Theme music is Run in the Night by The Good Lawdz, under Creative Commons license.
Dr. Shinika McKiever is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of The McKiever Group Creative Company, an agency that provides organizations with creative business solutions, including leadership development, non-profit management, and entrepreneurial solutions. Sanjay and Shinika discuss quitting your full-time job to take on entrepreneurship, setting boundaries, and rebuilding and rebranding your business.
Paul Long is the President and Founder of Kappa Studios. Brad Silverman is the Chief Creative Officer of Kappa Studios. Today they share their story of Kappa Studios and why their hope is to continue to glorify God and share stories that inspire and uplift and point to Jesus. Their latest project is the inspirational new movie "ICAN" which releases September 22, 2023. Sign up for our Sports Spectrum Magazine and receive 15% off a 1-year subscription by using the code PODCAST15 http://SportsSpectrum.com/magazine
Daniel Weinand ist Deutscher, lebt seit einiger Zeit in Ottawa und gründete vor kurzem eine Dönerkette mit seiner Frau, macht Musik und leitet ein Gamestudio. Und davor?Davor hat er gemeinsam mit Tobias Lütke und Scott Lake Shopify gegründet.Die beiden kennen sich aus Kindheitstagen, haben während des Studiums gemeinsam gewohnt und als Tobi in Kanada war und Daniel einlud mit ihm an einer Software für Online-Shops zu arbeiten, ließ Daniel alles stehen und liegen.Daniel übernahm in seiner Zeit die Rollen des Chief Creative Officer, Chief Culture Officer und Chief Design Officer.Wir sprechen im Podcast über die Anfänge von Shopify, die Entscheidung alles für ein Projekt in Kanada aufzugeben und natürlich darüber, was Daniel heute beschäftigt.Inhalt:[0:00] Wo hat Daniels und Shopify's Reise begonnen?[9:50] Über Nacht zum Chief Design Officer?[12:15] Was waren die Gründe für deine Auswanderung? Wie hat dein Umfeld reagiert?[17:55] Wie bewertet man Entscheidungen und was macht gute Entscheidungen aus?[18:20] Die erste Version von Shopify und die ersten Geldgeber[21:46] Wie habt ihr die ersten User gefunden?[24:10] Erfolgsfaktoren für Shopify[27:41] Pricing und stetig wachsendes MRR [34:20] Anti-Fragility in Produkt & Organisation [37:00] Als Shopify während der Hypergrowth obdachlos war [39:20] Das Shopify-Office Konzept: Teams > Solo-Büros[41:53] Vertrauen innerhalb der Organisation[43:40] Obdachlos mit 250 Mitarbeitern[45:40] Hierarchien und Strukturen innerhalb von Shopify[53:00] Die Entscheidung Shopify in 2017 zu verlassen[1:00:38] Ehrliche Kommunikation & Vertrauen zur Vermeidung von Gründerkonflikten[1:05:34] Remote Aufbau eines Gamestudios[1:10:18] Roadmap für den Release des Games[1:15:43] Parallele zwischen Gamingbranche und Startups[1:17:03] Fokus finden[1:18:30] Was macht eine gute Entscheidung aus?[1:25:03] OutroWichtige Links:Daniels LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielweinand/Shopify: https://www.shopify.com/?ref=fabian-tausch Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tune in to hear Sam Villa tell his story of building an industry-renowned career and his advice to stylists trying to build and sustain their businesses.Follow/subscribe to be the first to know when new episodes are released. Like what you hear? Leave us a review!KEY TAKEAWAYS:The key to growth in this industry is education!Sam Villa was inspired to get into hair because his dad was in the industry.Going to shows with his dad while he was coming up as a stylist, Sam wanted to be on stage with the other platform artists.If you want to be on stage, know that there may not be as much money in it as you might think. Focus on your why or your purpose. If this is your goal, pursue it; just know all the information.Mentorship and Apprenticeship is an incredible way to upgrade what you learned at school. Find a salon that fits your needs and has a robust and comprehensive apprenticeship program.Your ability to communicate will help you build wealth.Relationships with colleagues, family, and clients will provide the support, confidence, and income you need to achieve your goals.How you make a person feel (their experience) is more important than the hair.Focus on your purpose, and the money will follow.Create an experience for people where they want to come back. Do they want to laugh, chat, chill, or do something else? Get to know your clients and make it about them, not just your work.Go above and beyond to make your client happy and ensure they are able to style their own hair with a customized video for them that you record while they are in your chair.CONNECT WITH SAM-- Follow Sam Villa on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samvillahair/ -- Follow Sam Villa on other social channels and learn more about educational & tools here: https://linkin.bio/ig-samvillahair The Hairdresser Strong Show is all about Salon Owners, Rising Stylists, and Seasoned Stylists sharing their experiences, successes, failures, and advice to inform, educate, and empower their Fellow Hairdresser. We won't stop until we are all: Hairdresser Strong.CONNECT WITH US
#24. In this episode, we are interviewing Founder, Executive Chairwoman and Chief Creative Officer, Kendra Scott. Designer, founder, and philanthropist Kendra Scott started her company in 2002, just three months after her first son was born. Her commitment to innovation, quality, customer service, and detail has taken her from a small startup to a billion-dollar brand. With over 2,600 employees and over 130 standalone stores, Kendra Scott is known for its design and material innovation, use of color, and signature shapes. Today, Kendra Scott offers Fashion, Demi-Fine, and Fine Jewelry, watches, engagement rings, home accessories, and a men's collection, Scott Bros. by Kendra Scott. As the brand continues to grow, Kendra and her namesake company remain true to its founding philosophy of “Family, Fashion, and Philanthropy,” and since its beginning, the company has given back significantly to local, national, and international causes supporting organizations that serve women and youth in the areas of health and wellness, education and entrepreneurship, and empowerment. Kendra was awarded the EY Entrepreneur of the Year National Award in 2017, was inducted into the Texas Business Hall of Fame in 2019, and appeared as a guest Shark on seasons 12 and 14 of ABC's Shark Tank. With a passion for empowering the next generation of female leaders, Kendra is currently a professor of practice at the Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute at The University of Texas at Austin. In addition, Kendra is a member of the board of directors for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the Council of Fashion Designers of America while she maintains her position as executive chairwoman and chief creative officer of Kendra Scott, LLC. We hope you enjoy! CONNECT WITH KENDRA SCOTT & KENDRA SCOTT LLC IG: @officialkendrascott IG: @kendrascott kendrascott.com CONNECT WITH THE KS WELI @kswelinstitute firstname.lastname@example.org kswelinstitute.utexas.edu "Empowering women to lead and encouraging the world to follow while increasing the number of women-owned and women-led businesses" This podcast is empowered by the Student Board of the Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute at The University of Texas at Austin. Co-hosts: Kamryn Crossley & Ingrid Villarreal
For this episode, we welcome special guest Steve Leder, Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Badge Design Studio. He discusses an important - and often controversial - topic in the marketing world: creative strategy. We often talk the importance of a brief because it gets everyone on the same page. It's imperative the brief translates into a creative strategy the entire team can get on board with from the get-go to produce the desired result. We dive deep into how to combat the challengers like ego, clarity, and relationships that get in the way of this. Do you want to stand out in your industry and get more sales? Show you're different to attract and retain top talent? Build a brand that drives real business results? Grab your Brand Strategy Workbook at: https://forthright-people.com/brand-strategy And as always, if you need help in building your Marketing Smarts, don't hesitate to reach out to us at: ForthRight-People.com. FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/forthrightpeople.marketingagency INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/forthrightpeople/ LINKEDIN https://www.linkedin.com/company/forthright-people/ WORKSHEETS https://www.forthright-people.com/resources VIRTUAL CONSULTANCY https://www.forthright-people.com/shop
Despite being associated with cherished childhood memories, Baskin-Robbins began to feel frozen in time. Domestically the brand felt dated, but in international markets the line was out the door. Baskin-Robbins needed to create a signature that was strong enough to be global while domestically rebuilding the brand at a core level. But there was confusion around the timing - didn't they just debut a brand refresh a few months prior? We get the inside scoop on the 2022 rebrand from Ryan Brazelton, Chief Creative Officer at ChangeUp.To see the change of brand for yourself, visit achangeofbrand.com or follow us on Instagram @changeofbrand.Produced by Matchstic (matchstic.com / @matchstichouse), hosted by Blake Howard (@blakehoward), co-hosted by Tracy Clark, edited and scored by Landon Oseitutu, fact-checked by Jill Jeffries, written in part and produced by Brianna Belcher, and artwork by Rachel Jackson.
Nathan Imperiale is the CEO of NJI Media, an award-winning creative agency solving complex public affairs challenges with fully orchestrated, elegantly crafted content. He uses his insider knowledge from Capitol Hill and the White House as an asset when planning campaigns and the associated digital assets. Nathan also acts as a partner at FamousDC and FDC Media. Josh Shultz is the Founder and CEO of NJI Media. He is an experienced leader with a demonstrated history of managing creative and digital media professionals. As a seasoned executive and communications professional, Josh has a unique blend of public affairs experience, business savviness, and digital marketing expertise that has helped shape the creative concepts, architectures, and strategies instrumental in helping clients to succeed online. He is also the Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of FamousDC, one of the most widely-read and talked-about blogs in the Beltway. In this episode… Are you struggling with digital content and audience engagement in public policy? Where can you get the support to remove the complexity from campaigns in this niche? Many companies are challenged by public policy-related issues in the business world. Nathan Imperiale and Josh Shultz recommend partnering with creative agencies that combine best-in-class creative, technical expertise, and exceptional client service to help businesses navigate their way. They share their journey as co-CEOs running a global creative agency in public policy and beyond. Listen to this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz featuring Nathan Imperiale and Josh Shultz, co-CEOs of NJI Media, to discuss how to be creative in the public relation space. They talk about the issues NJI solves for people, how they got into creative and public affairs, how they attract and hire top talent, co-CEO ing, and their customer success stories.
Ron Tite is a best-selling author, speaker, producer and entrepreneur. He's served as an award-winning advertising writer and creative director for some of the world's most respected brands, including Air France, Evian, Fidelity, Hershey, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, Intel, Microsoft, Volvo and many others. He is founder of Church+State, host and executive producer of the hit podcast, “The Coup”, and publisher of This is That Travel Guide to Canada – a best-selling and award-winning satirical book.
Often credited with single-handedly reviving the lost art of the concert poster, his creative career rose largely out of his enthusiasm for Austin's growing underground punk rock scene in the early eighties. In 1981, he began designing and posting black and white flyers for friends' bands on telephone poles. His reputation quickly grew as an artist whose work was graphically compelling and culturally gripping. An entirely self-taught artist, Kozik eventually transitioned into producing large, colorful silkscreen concert posters, which found international success. He has created artwork for musicians such as Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, The White Stripes, The Beastie Boys, Green Day, Neil Young and Nirvana. In the mid-nineties he directed several music videos, including Soundgarden's “Pretty Noose”. In 1993, he moved to San Francisco. Within two years he had started his own record label, Man's Ruin Records. The majority of his posters and album art during this era were hand silkscreened and numbered at his studio. During this time he designed and released over 200 singles and full-length albums including a record by the Sex Pistols and the first Queens of the Stone Age single. In 2001, Kozik closed Man's Ruin to devote himself full time to fine art, design and the newly emerging art toy movement. He served as the Chief Creative Officer of kidrobot to produce vinyl toys including many versions of his iconic Labbit character. He designed over 500 different limited edition figures. Kozik also designed products and campaigns for a spectrum of major media and lifestyle brands including a pair of NikeSB Dunk Quickstrike sneakers, a special edition Swatch watch, the 2007 Spike TV Video Games Award trophy, and an “Absolut Kozik” print ad. In addition to his outside clients, 2007 saw him launch his own brand, Ultraviolence. Under this imprint, Kozik produces limited edition art objects in vinyl, fiberglass, bronze and Limoges porcelain that are often more complex in content and larger in scale than his other vinyl toys. Kozik's work has been exhibited in over 40 group shows and 35 one-man gallery exhibits worldwide. His impact as the godfather of lowbrow art will live on through the legacy of his signature creations.
My guest on today's podcast is Anjali Young, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Abridged Inc, the creators of Collab.Land - a user-friendly, tokenised, community-management system. When I first ventured into the world of Web3, every discord server I encountered had Collab.Land installed, to the point that I mistook it for a native Discord feature! Its widespread adoption and seamless integration were remarkable. Needless to say, I was absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to converse with Anjali. During our conversation, we delved into various topics, including navigating the challenges of building through the bear market and much more. I hope you find this discussion as captivating as I did!
The robot revolution has arrived. And they're coming for your marketing or content creation job. The advent of generative artificial intelligence chatbots—most notably tools like Chat GPT and Midjourney—is poised to revolutionize creative industries. These tools use deep learning technology to generate new content based on prompts from human users. But will this be the end of creativity as we know it, or a new implement to help creative people be even more creative? In this episode, we hear from "Jess," a copywriter who was laid off from her job at a well-known national logistics company and "replaced by Chat GPT." And then, we talk to Renato Fernandez, the Chief Creative Officer at the LA-based, global creative agency TBWA / Chiat / Day. They're a three-time honoree as one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies, have been recognized thrice as Adweek's Global Agency of the Year, and are seen as a pioneering leader in the incorporation of generative A.I. into the creative workflow. Together, Jess and Renato will generate a picture of an industry facing an inflection point... And, indeed, a battle for its very soul. We mention an interesting study we saw this week about how human-generated SEO content performs better than A.I.-generated content. You can find that here: https://www.rebootonline.com/blog/ai-vs-humans-content-writing-seo-experiment/ Subscribe to the Podcamp Media e-newsletter for more updates on the world of strategic communication. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lindye Galloway is the Founder, Designer, and Chief Creative Officer of Lindye Galloway Studio + Shop, a full-service interior design firm and online shop based in Orange County, California. Her style is recognizably warm, California-cool, and comfortable. On today's episode, Lindye shares tips for finding the confidence to embrace growth, how to turn any passion into a successful career (no matter what your education is), and the productivity hacks that have allowed her to take her business (and creativity) to the next level. Lindye also shares design tips you can apply to your home, from decorating through compromise with a significant other or roommate, how to prioritize aesthetics and comfort, and tips to make your home look more expensive on a budget. This episode isn't your typical interior design interview, but a masterclass in romanticizing your life and using your home as a tool for manifestation. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I'm excited to bring you the first in a multi-part series sponsored by Contrast & Co., an award-winning brand strategy and communications agency determined to build the most strikingly different brand experiences anywhere. Today we're going to talk about an interesting idea that Contrast & Co. applies to their branding: What makes you different is what makes you. We're going to talk about what this means, and how brands that apply this idea create a memorable and valuable experience for their customers. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Dharma Pachner, Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Contrast & Co. RESOURCES Contrast & Co. website: https://www.contrastandco.com The Agile Brand podcast website: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com/theagilebrandpodcast Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-agile-brand/ For consulting on marketing technology, customer experience, and more visit GK5A: https://www.gk5a.com The Agile Brand podcast is brought to you by TEKsystems.Learn more here: https://www.teksystems.com/versionnextnow The Agile Brand is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation, they craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content. https://www.missinglink.company
Finding each other through similar experiences with grief from the deaths of their brothers to overdose, Jessica Cordova Kramer and Stephanie Wittels Wachs shared an immediate bond, a sense of hope, and a deep motivation to help “make life suck less” for others. From there, the idea of Lemonada Media was born. We sat down with the podcasting network's CEO and Chief Creative Officer on their personal journeys and what goes into developing multiple top-performing shows.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Behavioral science recognizes that human beings aren't so much pro-active decision-makers as they are people seeking to take short-cuts and operate in default mode to save mental energy. This book covers a range of behavioral science principles and biases, applied in this case in terms of six emotional markets: a desire for Self-Expression, Exploration, Interpersonal (relationships), dedication to Causes and Nurturing, while also seeking Affirmation. In Using Behavioral Science in Marketing: Drive Customer Action and Loyalty by Prompting Instinctive Responses (Kogan Page, 2022), Nancy Harhut takes on the challenge of illustrating in each case one or two behavioral science principles that may fit best, providing examples to flesh out her rationale. Finally, the episode ends with an example of just how important Autonomy is as a human desire, as illustrated by what happened in an experiment involving an assisted living facility in Colorado. Tune in to learn what this experiment discovered! Nancy Harhut is Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at HBT Marketing, whose clients have included H&R Block, AARP, Four Seasons and TransAmerica. Prior to those roles, she served in senior creative positions at advertising agencies within the IPG and Publis networks. She's been recognized as an Online Marketing Institute Top 40 Digital Strategist and Ad Club Top 100 Creative Influencer. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of ten books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His latest two books are Blah Blah Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo and Emotionomics 2.0: The Emotional Dynamics Underlying Key Business Goals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/dan-hills-eq-spotlight
Behavioral science recognizes that human beings aren't so much pro-active decision-makers as they are people seeking to take short-cuts and operate in default mode to save mental energy. This book covers a range of behavioral science principles and biases, applied in this case in terms of six emotional markets: a desire for Self-Expression, Exploration, Interpersonal (relationships), dedication to Causes and Nurturing, while also seeking Affirmation. In Using Behavioral Science in Marketing: Drive Customer Action and Loyalty by Prompting Instinctive Responses (Kogan Page, 2022), Nancy Harhut takes on the challenge of illustrating in each case one or two behavioral science principles that may fit best, providing examples to flesh out her rationale. Finally, the episode ends with an example of just how important Autonomy is as a human desire, as illustrated by what happened in an experiment involving an assisted living facility in Colorado. Tune in to learn what this experiment discovered! Nancy Harhut is Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at HBT Marketing, whose clients have included H&R Block, AARP, Four Seasons and TransAmerica. Prior to those roles, she served in senior creative positions at advertising agencies within the IPG and Publis networks. She's been recognized as an Online Marketing Institute Top 40 Digital Strategist and Ad Club Top 100 Creative Influencer. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of ten books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His latest two books are Blah Blah Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo and Emotionomics 2.0: The Emotional Dynamics Underlying Key Business Goals. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Él es Chief Creative Officer de Ogilvy Honduras ganador de ocho leones de Cannes incluyendo el Oro en glass con la multipremiada acción “Morning After Island” que cambió una ley en su país para que las mujeres pudieran acceder a la píldora del día siguiente sin ser enviadas a prisión. Un artista plástico que en 2023 fue jurado presencial en Cannes Lions en la categoría Brand Experience and Activations.Esa noche exploramos la transformación del fenómeno natural de la lluvia de peces en Honduras en la acción "Heaven Fish", y el porqué tuvo alto impacto en la comunidad.También descubrimos cómo el caso "Morning After Island" logró cambiar la ley que prohibía la píldora anticonceptiva de emergencia para las mujeres hondureñas. Además de su experiencia educativa en la red de Ogilvy durante su desarrollo.Hablamos sobre su trayectoria como artista visual contemporáneo y su incursión en el mundo publicitario, y el aporte de su antigua disciplina en el proceso conceptual de la publicidad.Finalmente, reflexionamos sobre piezas, tendencias e impresiones generales sobre la categoría de Brand Experience and Activation en el jurado de Cannes 2023.Visítanos en https://www.elmartinez.net/ y suscríbete en Spotify, Apple Podcasts o donde lo estés oyendo ahora. Síguenos en FB o IG @elmartinezpodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's special guest, Gina Gutierrez, is the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer at Dipsea, a people-powered story studio that produces a wide range of erotic, female-focused audio content. She's passionate about demonstrating why sexual wellness is essential, and how storytelling and imagination are powerful tools that can help women unlock liberating connections with their bodies. Topics we cover together include:Your sex drive doesn't need fixing –– the REAL problem behind our cultural understanding of sex and arousal, and insights into the external factors that may prevent you from feeling in the moodWhy self-pleasure should be prioritized as part of your self-care routineWhat "responsive desire" is and why knowing about it is so empowering for womenHow the idea that “Good sex is something that should happen to us” is disempoweringHow our imagination is the most powerful tool we have to expand our personal agency and capacity for pleasure How Dipsea can help listeners realize their desires, needs, boundaries and fantasiesUsing Dipsea as a resource for healing from sexual trauma and rekindling a healthy relationship with sexLinks:Free month trial of Dipsea: https://www.dipseastories.com/STSJoin us inside Sisters That Stray Collective as we explore Self-Expression this summer. Redeem your free trial here.Support the show
Photos show Hunter Biden in dad's Corvette at Delaware home on same day as 'shakedown' message // Homeless Seattle man arrested on charges of holding social services workers hostage, demanding sex // CNN panelist calls out VP Harris over 'completely made up' Florida slavery curriculum claim // Is the Barbie movie woke? Conservative media seems to think so // 'The Earth is screaming at us': Gov. Inslee calls for climate action amid record heat on national news // AOC pickets with Hollywood actors and writers on strike; DC Comics President, Publisher, and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics, Jim Lee declares:
Welcome to a freshly picked, fully organic week in the Retail Automotive industry. Today we're on location at a Dealer-run charity golf tournament in Atlanta as we talk about GM's repositioning of OnStar. We also talk about the less-than-stellar results of a study of ocean mining for EV battery materials, as well as the x-tinction of the Twitter bird. GM is launching a new advertising campaign to position its OnStar service, known for in-vehicle safety features such as roadside and crash assistance, will undergo a transformation, with a new advertising campaign aimed at highlighting its role in driving tech experiences in the GM's lineup."This campaign is our first attempt at really reintroducing that brand role for OnStar," said Laura Thornton, marketing director for GM's digital business and OnStar. "You'll see a new look, a new design, a new messaging strategy, a different way to talk about the products in this space."The new campaign will replace OnStar's previous tagline, "Be Safe Out There," with "Better Never Stops." Silmo Bonomi, Chief Creative Officer at Campbell Ewald, the agency that worked on the campaign, the new tagline was inspired by the idea of continual improvement, like smartphone updates:A new study has shown that the impact of deep-sea mining for EV battery metals is more destructive to marine ecosystems than previously estimated after a small mining operation off the coast of Japan led to a 43% drop in marine life density in directly affected areas and an even great 56% drop in adjacent areasThe study analyzed the seabed ecology following Japan's first successful extraction of cobalt crusts from deep-sea mountains, another method of mining EV battery metals, which also had significant impacts on marine life.Ecologist Lisa Levin, has refuted claims from mining companies that deep-sea mining is less destructive than land mining and asserts that the impact of deep-sea mining extends to larger areas due to the nature of the underwater landscape.It's official, in the wee hours of Sunday morning, Elon musk announce that the company he spend $44B to buy would be ditching to iconic name and blue bird to become “X”, the ‘everything platform'. X.com was initially what Paypal was called when Musk founded it and he purchased x.com from the company back in 2017. X.com now redirects to twitter.comMusk tweeted about the transition for hours, he even joined a Twitter Spaces session called “No one talk until we summon Elon Musk,”. He quietly sat in the room after joining for an hour before confirming the change would be happening and that they “were cutting the Twitter logo from the building with blowtorches.”3 months ago the company's official name was changed to “X” and all official correspondence referenced the company as such.Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle MountsierGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
“Differentiate yourself by making sure that you have people in-house that have worked with the brand, understand the brand, and connect with everyone [in the team]—so you don't just have a random team working on your account and 50 other accounts…” Melissa Rosenthal is an award-winning marketing exec and the Chief Creative Officer at ClickUp, focused on making the world more productive through best-in-class SaaS marketing! Previously Melissa was the CRO/EVP at Cheddar, a live video media company at the intersection of business news and culture. For her brand work, she was named to Forbes' 30 Under 30, Business Insider's 30 Most Creative People Under 30, and as one of Digiday's "Changemakers." Prior to Cheddar, she led BuzzFeed's Global Creative Team. Questions and topics include: The importance of establishing a brand personality from the first day of a company's existence The skills a marketer needs to lead a creative department How to become a better taste-maker and editor How to iterate on brand guidelines and Melissa's thoughts on “team swipe files” How to scale an internal creative team to become an “in-house agency”? The balance between looking at the competition while charting your own path The benefits of scouting creative talent on behalf of your boss How to level up your brand's social strategy and experiment on new platforms? How to recycle old content and creative Dealing with loneliness in a remote work world… And more! You can connect with Melissa on LinkedIn here - https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissarosenthal5/ You can connect with me on LinkedIn too - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kennysoto/ Our Podcast Partner - MarketerHire If you're looking to hire expert freelance talent this year to scale your business (and impress your boss), check out MarketerHire. MarketerHire vets freelance talent so when you hire an SEO expert, Email Marketer, or even a Fractional CMO—you're not wasting your money or your time. You can hire your first freelancer and get a $500 credit by visiting: www.kennysoto.com/hire Music for this podcast by www.davidcuttermusic.com
Today is a special episode as we're witnessing an intimate leadership conversation between Maria Sayans and Daniel Gray, respectively CEO and Chief Creative Officer at Ustwo Games. What is it to be a leader at Ustwo Games? ---- Thank you to our sponsor! Visit go.solsten.io and mention Rise x Play for a demo and receive a free feature, theme, and art style study included with your Navigator purchase, a $20,000 value. Offer valid through 8/31/23. ---- Maria will share her leadership evolution from the McKinsey days to CCP Games to later becoming the CEO at Ustwo Games. The key transformation for her was to find her authentic style of leadership beyond the motherly expected leadership style. We previously recorded this single episode with Maria, if you want to hear more about the company culture at Ustwo Games: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/riseandplay/episodes/42--Making-Games-With-Impact-At-Ustwo-Games---with-Maria-Sayans-e1nn9cs/a-a8h028l We will also hear from Daniel and how he grew from being a QA manager at Kuju, to being a producer at Lionhead, to later becoming the Chief Creative Officer at Ustwo Games. Daniel contributed to the success of iconic titles such as Monument Valley. If you enjoyed today's episode make sure to rate it on Spotify, leave a review on Apple Podcasts, or simply share it with a friend. Don't forget to subscribe to Rise and Play: https://www.riseandplay.io/blog
Oceans cover 71% of the earth's surface, and a huge workforce crews and manages the ships that sail on them. These people all have to be trained. While learntech companies now largely work across business sectors, there are those whose learning needs are so niche and specific that they call for a specialist. Maritime is such a sector. In this episode, John talks to Raal Harris, Chief Creative Officer at Ocean Technologies Group, a global learntech vendor servicing the Maritime Industry. Raal definitely IS a specialist, and knows the sector inside out. 0:00 - Intro 3:37 - How important is Maritime to global business? 5:37 - How Raal got into the sector 8:38 - Uniqueness in the sector's training 16:52 - Importance of Language Learning 22:48 - Decarbonising Shipping 31:49 - How Ocean came together 38:14 - Differences between learning sectors 51:18 - Where Raal gets his knowledge in learning development Follow Raal Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raal-harris-05827710 Website (company): https://oceantg.com/ Email: email@example.com Contact John Helmer Twitter: @johnhelmer LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhelmer/ Website: https://learninghackpodcast.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LearningHack
In part 2, we trade hot takes with Dinesh Shamdasani, CEO and Chief Creative Officer at Bad Idea. reactions to the latest comic book movies and Albert shares his trash take on Michael B Jordan (0:45) why Top Gun: Maverick is an all-timer, we share some of our favorite film franchises (5:55)we revisit a cartoon classic, The Land Before Time, and learn why tragic things happen at the beginning of most of our childhood favorites (17:38)
This week we talk about simplicity as a strategy. Howard Belk pulls double duty as Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative Officer of leading global brand experience consultancy Siegel+Gale, which he claims is one (or two) of the six best jobs on the planet. He is an entrepreneur who helped a 50-year-old branding firm reestablish industry leadership by embracing its disruptor legacy. Since his arrival at the firm in 2004, he and his colleagues have established Siegel+Gale as The Simplicity Company, truly the go-to firm to help untangle the mind-bending brand mash ups that result from the entrepreneurial adventures of the CEOs they love. Over his career, he has partnered with Fortune 500 clients to embrace the power of simplicity, purpose, experience and design to transform and grow their companies. Today, he is one of those rare birds who understands both business and design, and more importantly how to embrace one to succeed at the other. Episode mentions and links: Siegel+Gale Siegel+Gale: CVS Case Study Siegel+Gale: BMS Case Study Howard's photo credit: Madeline King Howard's restaurant rec: Omen Howard's book rec: The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore Follow Howard: Twitter | Insta | LinkedIn Follow Siegel+Gale: Twitter | Insta | LinkedIn Episode Website: https://www.designlabpod.com/episodes/127
On this episode we build with Skip Lineberg! Skip learned business, management and marketing at General Electric, during the Jack Welch heydays. He parlayed that experience into the founding of marketing communications firm, Maple Creative, where he led the firm as CEO and Chief Creative Officer from 2001 to 2010. He later served as Chief Innovation Officer at the law firm Spilman Thomas & Battle. Skip also worked at Frontier Communications, serving as solution developer and scrum master. He presently works for CAMC as its digital strategy manager. Skip is an Honors Program graduate of West Virginia University (B.S. Industrial Engineering) where he studied with Dr. Jack Byrd (from episode 11), who remains his mentor to this day. Skip is co-author of the book, “Effective Immediately – How to Fit In, Stand Out and Move Up at Your First Real Job.” Published by Random House in 2010, the book is in its third printing. He's also the founder and host of the popular show “The Main Thing Podcast.” While podcasting is his passion, Skip's purpose is teaching. He views every role and opportunity from the perspective of a coach. He resides in Charleston, West Virginia with wife Lisa and two children. The Main Thing Podcast - Hosted by Skip LinebergSubscribe to Skip's email newsletterPurchase Skip's book, "Effective Immediately"Book Recommendations:The Checklist Manifesto by Atul GawandeTribes by Seth Godin
Jackson Corey and Lucas DiPietrantonio are our guests today. Lucas is the cofounder and CEO. He currently oversees global strategic initiatives for the agency, and has personally worked with brands like Crate&Barrel, Olipop, Neccesaire, Dwayne Johnson, and more. Jackson is cofounder and Chief Creative Officer. He oversees creative efforts for client leadership and internal ventures.
Storytelling is essential to create effective communication. In this episode, Dave Zaboski talks about Laetro, a community that provides design services to enterprise clients, and its role in creative communications. He also discusses the value of storytelling, transparency, collaboration in the creative process, and AI's role in it. Listen to this episode and learn more about Laetro's creative offer for companies! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Bijan Robinson is a running back for the Texas Longhorns and projected 1st-round draft pick for the NFL. Although it is what he's best known for at present, Robinson is not just an athlete. With a series of NIL partnerships under his belt, Robinson has established himself as not only an influencer, but a full fledged businessman. Perhaps most notably, he partnered with creative agency CALLEN to create his own brand of gourmet dijon mustard, Bijan Mustardson. Craig Allen is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of CALLEN. He spent nearly 10 years at Wieden + Kennedy's Portland office when he worked on a large variety of brands. Perhaps most notably, he led the Old Spice team responsible for the “Smell Like A Man, Man” campaign which transformed the brand into the category's definitive leader and was regarded as one of the top campaigns of the 21st century. Bryan Burney is a Marketing Manager at Athletes First. He handles branding and off-field partnerships for Athletes First clients including but not limited to NFL players, NCAA athletes, coaches and broadcasters. Natalie Tindall, Ph.D., APR, is Director of the School of Advertising & Public Relations, Moody College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on diversity in organizations, specifically the public relations function, participatory culture, the situational theory of publics, and intersectionality in strategic communication practices. She serves as the co-director for the Institute of Public Relations' Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and has served as the Head of the Public Relations Division for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication and the Chair of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee for the Public Relations Society of America.
Rob Bagot has work for some of the world's greatest advertising agencies and many influential brands, as Chief Creative Director, Group Creative Director, even Global Chief CD. He's collected over 750 national, international and regional awards. At his very heart, Rob is a commercial storyteller, now as CCO of Storymachine Films, he leads a “full-stack” creative agency that writes, directs and delivers award-winning commercial content. We chat about how we met (he gave my a big Kia job early on), that new AI thing and a brief history of advertising. A great talk, thank you Rob!! Sign up for Rob's newsletter Nextness here. EVENTSSecond Annual Filmmaker Retreat in Joshau Tree is sold out. July 19th, 2023 I'll be at University Film & Video Association's conference giving a talk called "Help the Next Gen Filmmakers Direct Commercials." It's at Georgia Southern University, stop by if you're in Savanah. LIMITED TIME ONLY! Summer Office Hours, a chance for one-on-one consultations to whip your career, spec, rough cut or mojo into high gear. Book now while spots are available. My next in-person Commercial Directing Bootcamp is Saturday, January 20th, 2024. Sign up soon or miss out. Check out my Masterclass or Commercial Directing Shadow online courses. (Note this link to the Shadow course is the one I mention in the show.) All my courses come with a free 1:1 mentorship call with yours truly. Taking the Shadow course is the only way to win a chance to shadow me on a real shoot! DM for details. How To Pitch Ad Agencies and Director's Treatments Unmasked are now bundled together with a free filmmaker consultation call, just like my other courses. Serious about making spots? The Commercial Director Mega Bundle for serious one-on-one mentoring and career growth. Amazon Prime!! Jeannette Godoy's hilarious romcom “Diamond In The Rough” streams on the Amazon Prime! Please support my wife filmmaker Jeannette Godoy's romcom debut. It's “Mean Girls” meets “Happy Gilmore” and crowds love it. Here's the trailer. Thanks, Jordan This episode is 54 minutes. My cult classic mockumentary, “Dill Scallion” is online so I'm giving 100% of the money to St. Jude Children's Hospital. I've decided to donate the LIFETIME earnings every December, so the the donation will grow and grow. Thank you. Respect The Process podcast is brought to you by True Gentleman Industries, Inc. in partnership with Brady Oil Entertainment, Inc.
Anine Bing, the founder and Chief Creative Officer of ANINE BING, a fashion brand based in Los Angeles, reflects on her journey from blogging and Instagram to establishing her own brand. She discusses the humble beginnings of packing orders in a small garage in Silver Lake and where her brand inspiration comes from. Anine shares her belief in the significance of prioritizing an online presence for new brands before entering the retail market, the evolution of her brand over the years, and challenges she's faced as a business owner. Throughout her career, she emphasizes the pivotal role of following her intuition, which guided her decision-making and also contributed to her success. Finally, she shares her personal style hacks and go-to wellness rituals. Follow Marianna: @marianna_hewitt Follow Anine: @aninebing This episode is brought to you by: Sephora: sephora.com/clean Seed: visit seed.com/LIFEWITHME and use code LIFEWITHME to get 30% off your first month Beis: beistravel.com/MARIANNA for 15% off your first purchase Shopify: shopify.com/marianna for $1 per month trial period Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Dr. Steve is joined by Andrew Crapuchette, CEO of redballoon.work, and Brett Craig, their Chief Creative Officer. Join them as they talk about the viral Ad they made about wokeness in the workplace. Highlights: ● “In other words, kids are now the new battle line for the woke left. So, I think you hit both points there. This is the kind of culture. That we're going to create if we're not rising up and giving an alternative culture at that. But also kids are the perfect spokespeople for this because they'd become the new battle lines in this culture war.” ● “And so if you are spending your labor on a company that hates death or hates life, um, that is pushing a woke agenda. Be aware. They're using your labor to push against your worldview. They hate your worldview. So it's time to stand up, push back, and obviously come over to redballoon.work, we'll help you find a new job because there is a growing movement. - Andrew Crapuchette” ● “And so all the great minds actually started going over to the dissident side. And that's one of the ways that over a period of two decades or so, they started devising ways of creating an alternative society, sort of an underground society that ended up becoming the mainstream society.” Timestamps: [02:54] Building better things for the next generation [07:12] The workplace is a battlefield [19:31] Creative people explore and push ideas Resources: ● RedBalloon.work is America's #1 non-woke job board, and we connect hard-working, reliable job seekers with freedom-loving companies, without all the woke nonsense. Sign up today redballoon.work/turley ● Support Greater Idaho HERE: https://www.greateridaho.org ● Learn how to protect your life savings from inflation and an irresponsible government, with Gold and Silver. Go to http://www.turleytalkslikesgold.com/ ● The Courageous Patriot Community is inviting YOU! Join the movement now and build the parallel economy at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club-evergreen/?utm_medium=podcast ● Nature's Morphine? Dr. Turley and scientist Clint Winters discuss the incredible pain relief effects of 100% Drug-Free Conolidine. This changes pain relief… https://www.bh3ktrk.com/2DDD1J/2CTPL/ Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
In this two-part series, we speak with Dinesh Shamdasani, CEO and Chief Creative Officer at Bad Idea, an experimental new comic book publisher. Dinesh co-founded Hivemind, an LA-based production company that produced the acclaimed sci-fi series The Expanse for Amazon Studios and The Witcher for Netflix. He also spent 10 years leading the rebirth of Valiant Entertainment, the best-selling comic book publishing house behind the largest, independently owned superhero universe – as the company's CEO and Chief Creative Officer. Under his watch, Valiant released its first-ever feature film: Bloodshot, starring international superstar Vin Diesel. In Part 1, we chat with Dinesh about:his background and family, being Asian in Hong Kong, London, and America, and we compare his experience at USC with Brian's (2:40) his love of movies, how he broke into the movie business, and his journey with Valiant Entertainment (21:48)Toyo Harada, a villain from The Harbinger series, whose look is based on our very own Brian Lin (40:25)why he founded Bad Idea, what he hopes to achieve, and how to preserve and grow the comic book art form (48:20)
We're joined once again by the enigmatic Chief Creative Officer at Snappy Kraken, Patrice Kelly, to explore the questions no one else in the industry has thought to ask. From defining happiness, to confessing greatest extravagances, we go below the surface with one of the most engaging people in our industry.If you have any ideas, comments or suggestions please fire them our way. Make sure you subscribe to never miss an update.Listen on AcastSubscribe in Apple Podcasts Learn more about Potomac Fund Management: https://potomacfund.com/ Read our blog: https://blog.potomacfund.com/ Disclosure: http://bit.ly/2l3OvaLPFM-219-20230620 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, we sit down with Josh Spiegel, Founder and Chief Creative Officer of BIRCH. Josh and the BIRCH team have globally transformed luxury spaces, creating awe-inspiring events that WOW - from weddings to celebrations around the world. The high-touch decor, floral, and production company has been featured in Vogue, Harper's BAZAAR, People, Brides, and beyond. Hear how to put the WOW in your wedding, Josh's creative process, how to integrate your social media followers into your big day, wedding planning tips from the vendor side, and how he got his start selling floral arrangements out of his father's balloon shop in Brooklyn. Learn more about Josh and BIRCH: BIRCHEvents.com Instagram and TikTok @BIRCHEventDesign Planning a wedding? It's time to plan smarter with Loverly's free wedding planning platform. From a comprehensive wedding checklists to guest list management and vendor manager, we've got everything you need to make your special day unforgettable. Need a wedding website? We got a special promotion with our friends at Minted! Get a free upgrade with promo code: LOVERLYPREMWW Let's be friends follow us on IG --> @Loverly We're on TikTok --> @Loverly
We're thrilled to be joined by Alyssa Bonanno, Chief Creative Officer and founder of Better Half, on this episode of Social Pros. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud ICUC Full Episode Details Better Half help household names like Netflix, Nike and Disney succeed on social by fuelling audience participation, engagement and fandom. Their Chief Creative Officer and founder, Alyssa Bonanno, joins this episode of Social Pros to share their secrets. Alyssa explains how her small-but-mighty team thrives, the benefits of intentional hiring and how she manages consistent social output for established brands. Plus, she tells us how she built her team, dives into Better Half's own strategy and shares why, if you can, you should take big swings on social. In This Episode: 0:00 – Introduction 3:43 – An introduction to Better Half 5:58 – Excelling for big clients in a boutique agency 8:38 – Sustaining community engagement with Netflix 11:56 – Matching Netflix's identity on social 14:24 – Operating in the niche vs mainstream 17:19 – Intentional hiring 21:58 – Alyssa's team structure decisions 27:40 – How Better Half showcase their culture 30:45 – Better Half's use of Substack 32:15 – Where to find Alyssa and Better Half 35:20 – Alyssa answers the Final Two 40:16 – Outro Resources Schedule a consultation with ICUC Grab your free Social Media Audit Bundle Alyssa's website Follow Alyssa on LinkedIn Follow Alyssa on Instagram Better Half website Follow Better Half on LinkedIn Follow Better Half on Instagram Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers.
In this episode of Well-Oiled Operations, host Stacy Tuschl is joined by PR Expert Michelle Tennant to discuss how you can create a killer Public Relations Strategy using new insights and trends in 2023. Michelle's extensive experience includes securing media coverage for her clients on renowned shows like The Today Show and Good Morning America. In this episode, she shares invaluable insights on gaining credibility and landing media features. Michelle also provides incredible resources for your PR journey. Get ready to dive into the industry's latest trends and updates for 2023. Also in this episode: Starting a TV network for the National Head Start Association The difference between paid media and earned media How to pick the right social platforms First impressions are everything in public relations How to leverage press and social media outlets The importance of telling stories The trifecta for a press person Why the stories that you consume actually consume you Connect With Michelle Tennant Website: www.michelletennant.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WasabiPublicity/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelletennant/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichelleTennant About Michelle Tennant Good Morning America Producer Mable Chan calls Wasabi Publicity's Chief Creative Officer a “5 Star Publicist.” Michelle calls herself a “storyteller to the media.” For 30+ years, media friends have solicited her help in crafting news stories by requesting sources, sound bites, and statistics. An award-winning writer, Michelle peppers campaigns with insight from her master's degree in human development, BFA from a top 25 drama school, and expertise seeing PR transition from typewriters to Twitter. She's either spinning stories or spinning at the gym. After hours, she savors the Smoky Mountains with her husband, Siberian Husky, and backyard chickens. She also gives away some amazing resources like her incredible PR Action Guide you can click to download here! https://bit.ly/PRActionGuide Subscribe To Well Oiled Operations with Stacy Tuschl: Apple Podcast | YouTube | Spotify Connect With Stacy Tuschl: Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram Work with Stacy Tuschl: Join Stacy on her upcoming Masterclass: www.welloiledoperations.com/class Book A Call With Stacy: https://stacytuschl.com/BookCallPodcast The Well Oiled Operations Program: https://stacytuschl.com/well-oiled-transitions/ All of our best freebies – Just for you!: https://stacytuschl.com/research-and-knowledge/ About Stacy Tuschl And Well Oiled Operations: I'm a best selling author and speaker, the owner of multiple 7-figure businesses and the creator of the Well-Oiled Operations™, where I help small business owners get more customers in their door, more profit in their pockets, and more happiness in their homes. My in-depth process guides my students to break through their challenges, operate at their highest potential and create self-sustaining businesses—all without sacrificing their families or lifestyles. You shouldn't be sacrificing your life for your business; your business should be supporting your life. I know what it's like to toss and turn at night over an expense, to wonder if you'll ever make your dreams come true, and to look in the mirror and ask, “Is this business even worth it?” And while I don't know you personally, I can tell you the answer is “yes.” You had a vision of starting your own business and you had the courage to actually do it. But starting and running a business are two different things. Now that you're up and running, I'm going to help you turn your local business into your dream business. More calm and less chaos. More revenue and less stress. Did you love today's episode? 1. Take a screenshot and share it to your IG stories. Tag me @stacytuschl! 2. Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!