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In this week's Interview Classic episode from ten years ago (11-30-2012), PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents part one of his two-and-a-half hour interview with former WWE Creative Team member John Carle. This is the Livecast portion of the two-and-a-half hour interview including live phone calls and email questions on a wide range of topics including creative booking decisions during his run from mid-2006 through early-2009 and also thoughts on current pro wrestling happenings.
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How creative do you think you are? This week, Ash talks with Diana Hawk, an author, novelist and creative professional, to discuss how to become more creative, especially as a writer. The creative process is something we all experience, whether you are writing a book, putting together a work presentation, or coming up with a solution to a big product issue…creativity lives in everything we touch. In this episode, Diana and Ash discuss how to be a more effective communicator and an inspired creator. If you are missing your creative edge or looking for a way to grow in your worklife…this episode has something special for you. Don't miss this! In This Episode, You'll Learn: How to create community and connection. Tools to establish your own creative process for optimal creativity and flow. How to use comparison for insight, creativity, and understanding yourself better. The steps to self-publishing a book and why this may be your best route. Where to Connect with Diana Hawk: https://www.dianahawk.com/ Get Her Book: As Beautiful As It Seems by Diana Hawk BiOptimizers Ready to say goodbye to brain fog? Try BiOptimizers brand new product CollaGenius today. Visit nootopia.com/youturngenius and use youturn10 during checkout to save 10% on your order. VITAMINS Ready to support your body every single day? Get the Complete Essential Daily MultiVitamin Pack + NAD! Visit ashleystahl.com/vitamins or ashleystahl.com/vitaminsmen and subscribe for 15% off + Shipping perks! Connect with Ash: https://www.instagram.com/ashleystahl/ Take a FREE Quiz to Discover Your Most Authentic Career Path: https://www.ashleystahl.com/freequiz/
Montreal based pop artist Josh Alexander joins the show to discuss his new EP "Forevermore" Forevermore takes a trip from a heartfelt letter in “Sincerely, Josh” to “Hurricane”, a driving pop anthem that was released earlier this year and is an homage to loved ones enduring hard times. The EP's title track, “Forevermore” is a perfect exit to an uplifting, creative twist on trendsetting vibrations, encapsulating emotions of undeniable love, power and vulnerability. Since his debut on Quebec singing competition La Voix, Josh's passion for music has led him through various adventures, with song “Je serai là” featured on children's film La course des Tuques. Later in 2019, Josh Alexander released “Level Up” which was just the beginning for this rising Quebec pop artist. With a voice that ties range and authenticity into a mesmerizing dance, this hot new artist is on the rise across Canada. Connect w/ Josh Alexander — — Support Colton Gee and Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow the Desert Tiger Podcast @ Follow Colton Gee @ —
Joy chats with award winning author Jeremy Lachlan, creator of the Jane Doe Chronicles, to break down story telling and explore the creative process. What captures the imagination of a young audience? How do we build tenacity as we define plot, structure and navigate self editing and perfection. What do we do with shifting goal posts? An essential listen for writing success, and a knowledge share to be kinder to yourself as you develop your craft and bring forth your creative works to an eager audience. You do not want to miss this. Subscribe now so you never miss an episode! Love Listening? Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/joypereira Joy's Instagram https://instagram.com/joypereiracreative Joy on Fireside www.firesidechat.com/joypereira Jeremy's Website https://www.jeremylachlan.com/ Jeremy's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jeremy.lachlan/ Jeremy's Twitter https://twitter.com/jeremylachlan
Vadia Rhodes is a Northern California based singer/songwriter and a celebrity makeup artist. She sings jazz, show tunes, r&b and pop music. Her song “No Graves”, centered around themes of persistence, has inspired a growing movement and her live performances have moved audiences to tears. In this interview we discuss: Vadia's creative process and spiritual roots How she came to an epiphany about her creative career How she came up with her song "No Graves" as well her song "I've Been Waiting" with a live performance of those songs in the interview How themes of fate and destiny interweave into her writing You can find Vadia's songs on spotify and follow her on instagram Subscribe to my substack to never miss an episode.
Colton Wright is a personal trainer by day and an artist by night. As an angler, most of his work centers around trout in various styles, including everything from watercolor to sculpture. In this episode, we talk about his love of getting into the backcountry for high country cutthroats, how he gets inspiration for his pieces, and how different art mediums lend themselves to capturing trout. Instagram @CreeksToPeaks Etsy Shop: link Email: CreeksToPeaksLLC@gmail.com Waypoint TV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Creation of any kind is so complex - even when we do it ourselves, we sometimes wonder how it even happened. So if creation is so tricky, where do we even start with re-creation? For comedy legend Wil Anderson, the re-creation process is almost the more important one. After all, he only needs to write a show from scratch once, but he needs to recreate that show every single time he steps onto stage. Wil shares how his processes have evolved since his career began 25 years ago, and breaks down why it's so critical to be able to perform at your best, even when you're not feeling your best. Connect with Wil on Instagram or listen to his podcasts here *** My new book Time Wise is out now. You can grab a copy here. Connect with me on the socials: Linkedin Twitter Instagram If you're looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a fortnightly newsletter that contains three cool things I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co Visit https://www.amantha.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Produced by Inventium Host: Amantha Imber Production Support from Deadset Studios Episode Producer: Liam Riordan Sound Engineer: Martin Imber
Our KICPOD guest today makes us laugh every night when we're scrolling through TikTok, and we're sure her 1.4M followers would agree! Millie Ford is best known for her viral videos imitating different Aussie characters such as the high school teacher, the mum of teenagers, the JB Hi-Fi shop assistant and a heap more. In today's ep, Millie shares with us how her TikTok career all came about, what her creative process is, how she navigates the pressure to always live up to the last video, and even gives us an improv performance as one of her most-loved characters! For more of Millie's content, follow her on TikTok @millie and check out her podcast “Out Of Character with Millie”.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kara talks to composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Steve Wallace about his day. Big moments include working on the arrangements for a new musical adaptation of Animal Farm, how he avoids over-analyzing and gets stuff done, the faith that guides his creative vision, and more.More about Steve: https://stevewallacemusic.com/Twitter: @stevewstudioInstagram: @stevewstudio1 A developmental production of Animal Farm: The Musical — music by Steve Wallace, lyrics by Daniel Abrahamson, book by Sarah Mucek — is running at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center from Nov. 16-20 in New York City. More info here (it's free!).Mentions in the episode: Watch Hal King, a hip hop/R&B-style musical set in the jazz era of the late 1950s, based on Shakespeare's King Henry IV and V. Steve's first album, Come With Tha Real! Finale, the music notation software Do It Today is a podcast created by Kara Cutruzzula. She's the author of two motivational journals and a musical theater writer, playwright, and editor.Buy Do It Today: An Encouragement JournalBuy Do It For Yourself: A Motivational JournalSubscribe to Kara's newsletter: https://brassringdaily.substack.com/Visit www.karacutruzzula.com, or follow her on Instagram @karacut Artwork by Tyler Spangler and music by Kristoffer Bjarke
Pub Date is a podcast dedicated to the love of books, and the authors who bring them into the world! In today's episode, Copper CEO & founder, Allison Trowbridge, sits down with bestselling author, entrepreneur, and founder– Jedidiah Jenkins! You probably know Jed for his books ‘Like Streams to the Ocean: Notes on Ego, Love, and the Things That Make Us Who We Are' and ‘To Shake the Sleeping Self: A Journey from Oregon to Patagonia, and a Quest for a Life with No Regret'. In this conversation, you'll get to know Jed on an intimate level, very likely making you appreciate his written works even more. Jed and Allie's conversation is fun, inspiring, and deeply vulnerable. Jed dives into not only his writing process, but also how he thinks about the world and himself; he gets personal in a way that will have you calling up your own courage to walk through the world authentically! Jed talks about navigating imposter syndrome, what it's like to create a community around your work, and how you can write about the real people in your life in a way that doesn't destroy your relationships. Today's episode is for you if you're in the ‘mess' of the creative process and need some encouragement to keep going. The conversation is funny and heartwarming, while also being grounded, practical, and very helpful for writers in many moments. If you're an aspiring author out there wondering if your thoughts and words even matter– tune in. You'll learn a ton, and find the energy that you need to keep pursuing your own art.You can get your copies of Jed's books here, and you can follow Jed on social media at @jedidiahjenkins. Learn more about Copper Books by clicking here, and follow @copper.books and your hosts @alliebridge and @a_hudge on Instagram!
Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESMalaka Ghraib's WebsiteIt Won't Always Be Like This: A Graphic Memoir by Malaka GharibMindful Digital Art: 5 Creative Prompts to Reflect and Meditate by Morgan Harper Nichols - Skillshare Class_________SPONSORSSKILLSHAREThere's nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustration, design, photography, productivity, and marketing. With Skillshare's short classes, you can move your creative journey forward without putting life on hold. So explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/CreativePep where our listeners get a free trial of Premium Membership.
Bjorn Okholm Skaarup, born in Denmark in 1973, is a sculptor and historian living and working in New York City. His numerous animal sculptures build on a long tradition in which animals have been represented allegorically; from national birds and symbols of empires to iconic figures in fables and fairy tales. The animals of his bronze bestiary are anthropomorphized and reference both human aspirations and human follies. All are based on thorough research and rethinking of an animalier tradition which dates back to classical antiquity, and even beyond to the deepest annals of prehistory. The sculptures are cast in the renowned bronze foundries Ciglia e Carrai in Florence, Italy and at the Modern Art Foundry in NYC. They draw equally on inspiration from Italian renaissance sculpture and American popular culture of the last century. The works play between the limits of nature and culture, and have long enjoyed a great success in both America and Europe. Skaarup's bestiary has been exhibited in a number of exquisite museums and public spaces, including Florence's Museo Cenacolo di Ognissanti, The Bruce Museum, Gre- enwich, Connecticut, and Washington National Cathedral in DC. Most people will probably be particularly familiar with his 16-foot Hippo Ballerina, which was exhibited in NYC for long periods outside The Lincoln Center, The Flatiron Building and Grand Central Terminal. www.bos-art.com It's never too late to start your own daily creative habit! Join our free Facebook community Daily Creative Habit & subscribe to the Daily Creative Habit newsletter, delivered right to your inbox twice a week! www.DailyCreativeHabit.com
Justin McRoberts has a way with words. He has a way of breathing new life into familiar topics and inviting us to out of the box thinking that inspires the mind and heart. As Justin puts it, he creates to provide language for the process of faith and life. In official terms, Justin is an author, musician, host of The @Sea Podcast, retreat leader, and leads workshops on the creatives process. He lives in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two children and has been teaching, storytelling, and songwriting for nearly twenty years. In our time together, Justin expands and deepens the ideas of happiness, creativity, and art. He also shares his desire for people to live fully, allowing our souls to actively participate in the world around us. He reminds us that each of us is an essential element in our communities and in the world and that our creative decisions done in love at home and at work deeply matter. Simply put, you and your life deeply matter. Take a listen and Justin helps us remember why.
Modern Pop Songstress NIIVA returns to the show to discuss her single "Friends"! “Friends” is best described as a taste of forbidden fruit. With smooth, intimate vocals overtop an infectious beat, this fresh new single is bursting with the sweet, familiar anticipation of the classic “friends to lovers” narrative that we all know and love. In other news, NIIVA notably co-wrote record-breaking debut single “Black Mamba” for KPOP girl group aespa, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard World Album charts, No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart and No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. She has also recently returned from a second song writing journey to South Korea. Bulgarian-born, England-raised, NIIVA initially moved to Vancouver, then Toronto and has found her home with music. With 1.6 million streams under her belt, the singer-songwriter's debut self-titled EP showcases NIIVA's ability to weave relatable stories with conversational ease. Connect w/ NIIVA — — Support Colton Gee and Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow the Desert Tiger Podcast @ Follow Colton Gee @ —
We had The90Three pull up for Episode 56! Our second official brand on the podcast and we go over a whole lotta stuff! From the name and logo to creative process, pre-orders Vs ready to ship, pop ups, Texas influence, pop ups, and so much more! Hope you guys enjoy!
Things We Talk About In This Episode:Working with clients in the creative process and their reactions.How as humans we respond to visuals in a human way. Narratives that make it seem shallow to care about how things look. Like it's superficial to care too much about the way you look and that this might mean you don't have depth.Aesthetics are a luxury that comes after the essentials of survival and how you can still care about aesthetics, even if the first priority is survival.Creating worlds on Instagram for an escape, or for an imaginary world to exist in.Growing up in a third-world country and living without running water. Living and growing up in a country where safety isn't guaranteed and that these things stay with you.That where we start is not always a reflection of where we're going to end up.The importance of the client's story, understanding and connecting with them.Taking lessons from pain. Looking for good and having empathy.Struggling with seeing our own magic and the stories we tell ourselves.Behind the scenes of Sell Your Sh*t, and how the coaching and lessons had an impact on Susan.Learning that our experiences of life are not always everyone else's experiences. That our normal isn't everyone's experience.How Susan joined Instagram as a way to communicate her journey. That starting to share and mingle with people helped her to feel it's safe to share online.That Instagram gives us chance to take small baby steps into being seen or into vulnerability.How being in the spotlight can mean you lose the sense of freedom with your account.That Instagram can be like therapy, that the discoveries that come as a result of being in the spotlight can help you to understand what you want. It makes you confront a lot of the stuff that's hiding under the surface.How people can reject your work but not reject you, and how we can get this confused, something that's covered in Sell Your Sh*t.Starting a business on Instagram and running a product business.How preparing and getting ready is more about feeling ready, and how this is a process.Learning about yourself and how your messages connect with other people is something you can't rush.Designing your brand from the inside out, so you can finally stop tweaking your brand. Challenging the there's one right way theory. Links mentioned in this episode (and where to find Susan):Sell Your Sh*tSusan product lineSusan youtubeJoin Susan's Email listWhy you need to join Substack with Farah StoreWhere to find Susan:Susan's website: bysusanmar.comSusan on Instagram: by.susan.marSusan on Youtube: by Susan MarSusan's Email List & Freebies: choose-your-own-journeyWhere to find Sara:Sara's website: meandorla.co.ukSara on Instagram: @me_and_orlaSara on Twitter: @meandorlaSara on Substack: meandorla.substack.comOne to one business coaching with SaraSell Your Sh*t - enroling now
Mint Season 6 episode 27 welcomes web3-native music artist Annika Rose to share how she sold out her Sound.xyz drop using a POAP-only pre-sale and how you can do the same. We also cover her transition into web3, her journey as a music artist, and so much more.I hope you guys enjoy our conversation.Time Stamps00:14 - Intro08:45 - Being Picked Up By Simon Cowell13:35 - Getting Started in Crypto21:20 - Building the Confidence to Join Web327:08 - Converting a Web2 Audience to Web3 Supporters31:49 - The Future of Annika Rose in Web334:13 - Key Differences Between Web2 Music and Web3 Music44:19 - The Creative Process of “Bruises”49:58 - OutroAdditional ResourcesAnnika Rose's TwitterEpisode Timestamps and Transcripts---------------------------------------------------------------------------Claim Season 6 NFThttps://adamlevy.io/nft/---------------------------------------------------------------------------Support Season 6's NFT Sponsors
Generative AI tools like DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion have taken the world by storm in recent months, wowing the masses with their uncanny ability to produce images via text prompts. In this interview, we'll chat with Karen Cheng about how she's leveraged these tools among others, with a focus on how this new paradigm is reshaping the creator landscape. You'll get to hear the behind the scenes of many of her viral works, including a video of her becoming a lawnmower, her AI-generated Cosmo magazine cover, her DALL-E fashion show, her transforming iconic art into 3D museums to explore, and much, much more. By the end of this episode, listeners should have a better understanding of the new tools at their fingertips (literally!), how AI can indeed enhance the creative process, and the second-order effects of these innovations, like how creators are paid.Since we're just at the beginning of the AI era, this is just the beginning of our coverage as well. Resources:Karen's TED TalkKaren's Instagram accountKaren's websiteCosmo magazine cover and tutorialDALL-E fashion show and tutorialDALL-E outpainting announcementI spent $15 in DALL·E 2 credits creating this AI image Stay Updated: Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/a16zFind us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a16zSubscribe on your favorite podcast app: https://a16z.com/podcastsFollow our host: https://twitter.com/stephsmithioPlease note that the content here is for informational purposes only; should NOT be taken as legal, business, tax, or investment advice or be used to evaluate any investment or security; and is not directed at any investors or potential investors in any a16z fund. For more details please see a16z.com/disclosures.
Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESProductivity for Students: Study Smarter, Not Harder - Skillshare ClassHilton Carter and Kyle Webster Help Plant Man P Design for a Split Audience - Wireframe Podcast EpisodeBig Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear - Book by Elizabeth Gilbert_________CALL TO ADVENTURETen times the time.Take what's burning within you that no one seems to care about as much as you, and boil it down into something concentrated with your skillset._________SPONSORSSKILLSHAREThere's nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustration, design, photography, productivity, and marketing. With Skillshare's short classes, you can move your creative journey forward without putting life on hold. So explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/CreativePep where our listeners get a free trial of Premium Membership.ADOBE WIREFRAMEThis episode is supported by Wireframe, an original podcast from Adobe. The show is for small business owners who handle all the branding, content and design on their own for their business. Each episode features one small business owner, we pair them with a mentor who has built their own successful brand and then a designer to help them execute a plan to solve their problem. Click here to check out Adobe Wireframe and listen to the new season now!
Scowly heroes get scowly foes! Show Notes: Run Time: 1:45:58 Christopher and Adam are back at it again! This episode is on the long side, but it's because they're brimming with ideas! Overflowing, even! And thus: this podcast. Besides making up a bunch of things, they also studiosly answer your questions! Are you satisfied with the answers they provide? We hope so! If not, send in more questions! New news! Christopher is now doing TWO podcasts! This one, every week, and once a month a podcast called the Play Greater Podcast, along with everyone's favorite Paul Bender! The first episode is already live! Go listen to it!
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #378: Revising “I’m Here, You’re Not” (for The Thirteenth Hour Soundtrack) and Updates on Toys and Future Episodes https://archive.org/download/podcast-378/Podcast%20378.mp3 This past week, I worked on finishing a track started back in Episode 364 accompanying a short segment from The Thirteenth Hour where Logan meets his crewmates again in a dream. When I finished…Read more The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #378: Revising “I’m Here, You’re Not” (for The Thirteenth Hour Soundtrack) and Updates on Toys and Future Episodes
In this volume, we're talking about the creative process! Listen as I share how I am creating a life without limits. Creating a vision of the life you want is actually one of the most effective strategies for achieving the life of your dreams. Like what you hear? Follow me on Instagram @intrvrtdblkwmn --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/introvertedblkwoman/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/introvertedblkwoman/support
Join Miko and Chris Ibrahim (Founder of Saints Reserve) as they discuss computer programming, to being a Youth leader, to creating a clothing, the power of the rosary and more.Follow us on Instagram: worldablazeCheck out Saint Reserves!Instagram: saintsreserveWebsite: saintsreserve.shop#catholic #catholicism Chapters0:00 Intro2:13 Choose Your Fighter3:50 Chris's Story & Saints Reserve12:16 Creative Process 19:30 The Power of the Rosary32:24 What do the youth need?38:24 Living up to your potential43:19 Using your gifts45:21 Selling in Downtown San Diego50:02 Parting Words
Tune in this week to discover why you already have a creative process, if you're willing to listen to it. I'm sharing why the creative process is more intuitive and nonlinear than we often allow ourselves to believe, and the magic that is created when you feed and nourish that which wants to be created through you. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.leahcb.com/208
You may have never stopped to think about how much the creative process promotes innovative thinking and problem solving skills in the music room. As a music educator, it's important to put on your creative mask first, then you'll have so much more to give to your students. Remember that musical studies are both a science and an art and while students are involved in the creative process, it's about honoring the process over the product or performance. Allowing students time to explore creatively, have input on what they're learning, and giving them a seat at the table is so important to this process. In this episode, we'll explore all of this and so much more. Initially a visual artist, Kathryn Patricia Cobbler sees the world through shape and line—a vision that has laid the groundwork for many of her musical creative projects. Kathryn's current explorations of the loop pedal have led to the development of her workshop/concert, Sound In Living Colour, where she draws connection between the technical use of the paint brush and her viola bow, guiding her listeners through a music inspired painting experience. After switching to music as her artistic path, she would receive degrees in viola performance from Western University (B.M.) and the University of Ottawa (M.M.). Ms. Cobbler has also performed as an orchestral musician, appearing within the Toronto Symphony's Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, and the Ottawa Jazz Orchestra. A native of Windsor, Ontario, she makes her home in Ottawa. She performs on a viola by luthier Sibylle Ruppert and a Boss RC-30 loop pedal. You can connect with Kathryn here: Her website at kathrynpatricia.com Her music at kathyrnpatricia.bandcamp.com On Instagram @kathrynpatriciaviolist On Facebook @kpviolist Find out more about the HARMONY membership here. Get your copy of Make A Note: What You Really Need to Know About Teaching Elementary Music Head to my website to grab your free music teaching resource. I'd love for you to leave a rating and a review of the podcast on I-tunes, be sure to share the podcast with any music teacher friends who would find it helpful and be sure to tag me on Instagram or Facebook.
This episode is all about discovering our personal sovereignty and honouring the process of birth — whether that's a child, a creative project, or an aspect of our lives. Clem Cocquet of @wisewomenvillage is a birth and postpartum doula and shares some beautiful reflections on the three aspects of preparation, emergence and integration that come with the birthing process. We also discuss stages of women's life journeys and how we can expand our awareness of when the energy of creation and expansion should be channelled inward. You can find Clem on IG @wisewomenvillage and https://www.wisewomenvillage.com
Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESGet the Creative Career Path e-Handbook by signing up to our newsletter!The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers - Book by Christopher VoglerThe Hero With a Thousand Faces - Book by Joseph CampbellDesign for the Job You Want: Personal Projects to Build Your Portfolio - Skillshare Class by Alison KoehlerPhilip Wang and Karlei Ayers Help Hangover Coffee Personalize Their Brand - Wireframe Podcast Episode_________CALL TO ADVENTUREThe deep cut is the firstest.Go deeper in your research, what are the obscure deep cuts that only the true fans know about?_________SPONSORSSKILLSHAREThere's nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustration, design, photography, productivity, and marketing. With Skillshare's short classes, you can move your creative journey forward without putting life on hold. So explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/CreativePep where our listeners get a free trial of Premium Membership.ADOBE WIREFRAMEThis episode is supported by Wireframe, an original podcast from Adobe. The show is for small business owners who handle all the branding, content and design on their own for their business. Each episode features one small business owner, we pair them with a mentor who has built their own successful brand and then a designer to help them execute a plan to solve their problem. Click here to check out Adobe Wireframe and listen to the new season now!
Want to create with more ease and confidence? Julia Cameron is here to help. For decades, Julia Cameron has helped artists of all genres with their creative exploration. Readers of her book, The Artist's Way, have written screenplays, books, poems, and more thanks to four powerful tools. In this episode, Julia breaks down these four tools so you can get unstuck, unblocked, and back to creating.
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #377: Welcome My Brother, Jeremy, as We Talk About Young Sherlock Holmes (1985) https://archive.org/download/podcast-377/Podcast%20377.mp3 This week, my brother and I are watching the 1985 film, Young Sherlock Holmes, which we had both seen as kids but not recently. This is probably both our favorite of the ones we have watched for…Read more The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #377: Welcome My Brother, Jeremy, as We Talk About Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
Loneliness, curiosity, creativity, and meditation.Learn more about the link between creativity, mindfulness, and longevity in this article. Here's why it's so important to stay curious!You can register for next week's LIVE shows on TikTok @breathebluedoor.For free Meditation exercises, check out The 1 Minute Meditation and Breathe Blue Door.If you would like FREE access to our 30-Day Meditation Course, just send us an email! email@example.comAnd for more information on Breathwork and Meditation visit www.breatheandthinkbetter.comIntro music: The Right Direction by Shane Ivers
This week I'm joined by Erin Lee to celebrate the launch of her new book! Erin is the Founder of The Mindful Yoga School. She leads Yoga teacher training and mediation & mindfulness teacher training programs, retreats, weekly classes and other events, plus featuring at wellbeing-music festivals. Erin is the author of The Little Book of Big Intentions - a brand new, divinely illustrated book that invites you to contemplate and embody 27 intentional qualities, for purposeful living. Find out more and order your book here: https://www.themindfulyogaschool.com/Support this show via Patreon and get access to more goodies — including my new course about teaching a ‘Yoga for Men' course, here: https://www.patreon.com/AmyMcDonaldLooking to make your own simple, super user-friendly all-in-one website? Check out Offering Tree (and scoop up some awesome savings) here: www.offeringtree.com/amyCloud Sangha is an intimate meditation community. Together we practice and cultivate kindness, compassion, and wisdom. Try for free here: https://www.cloudsangha.co/amymcdonald
Brett Hornall & Nolan Nielsen of Vancouver based sludge pop band The Vidos join the show to discuss their latest track "Boomshackalacka"! Undeniably catchy, with groovy, retro vibes and covered in witty lyricism, “Boomshackalacka” is an upbeat tune that proves difficult to ignore. The song is the first single off The Vido's forthcoming album, and follows the band's previous releases and , singles that each cracked the Top 40 on Canadian Active Rock charts. With an affinity for fuzzy pop hooks, creative drumming and stacked harmonies, The Vidos is the project of Vancouver pals Brett Hornall, Kirk Musfelt and Nolan Nielsen. The group began performing together early on, playing Rush covers at their high school dances. The band would go on to spend the next three years writing, recording and touring across Canada before hunkering down in a converted shuttle buzz in downtown Toronto for the winter of 2019, where their material for Right In The Kisser would come to life. Connect w/ The Vidos — — Support Colton Gee and Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow the Desert Tiger Podcast @ Follow Colton Gee @ —
Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESGet the Creative Career Path e-Handbook by signing up to our newsletter!The Obstacle is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph - Book by Ryan HolidayHero on a Mission: The Power of Finding Your Role in Life - Book by Donald MillerThe Hero With a Thousand Faces - Book by Joseph CampbellThe Hero's Journey - Book by Joseph CampbellThe Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers - Book by Christopher VoglerInvisible Ink: A Practical Guide to Building Stories that Resonate - Book by Brian McDonald_________CALL TO ADVENTURETranslate your obstacle into a dream brief.What are the non-negotiable deliverables for this obstacle?_________SPONSORSADOBE WIREFRAMEThis episode is supported by Wireframe, an original podcast from Adobe. The show is for small business owners who handle all the branding, content and design on their own for their business. Each episode features one small business owner, we pair them with a mentor who has built their own successful brand and then a designer to help them execute a plan to solve their problem. Click here to check out Adobe Wireframe and listen to the new season now!
13 y/o Pop artist Kyra Daniel joins the show to discuss her sophomore single ‘Words Mean Something”! The track is an empowering and poignant track that is reminiscent of 90's Grammy award winning group TLC and contains a deeper dialogue, reminding listeners that their voices matter. The song was one of Kyra's first co-writes with producer Evan Cline (Teddy Swims, Stephanie Owens) and was born from a place of being teased in school for looking different and pursuing her dreams at a young age. Kingston native Kyra Daniel is already proving to be a force to be reckoned with at only 13 years old. Since becoming a member of Mini Pop Kids in 2020, Kyra has gained confidence and an incredible stage presence after being given countless opportunities to perform live for kids and parents across Canada and the USA with the MPK troop. Connect w/ Kyra Daniel! — — Support Colton Gee and Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow the Desert Tiger Podcast @ Follow Colton Gee @ —
In this episode, we have the privilege of chatting with Helene Wecker. Helene is the author of the Mythopoeic Award-winning historical fantasy novel The Golem and the Jinni and its sequel, The Hidden Palace. Today, she joins the podcast to discuss her work, background, and writing process. Helene was an aspiring writer from a young age, and as time went on, she started writing short stories that ultimately blossomed into a successful career path. Drawing inspiration from a number of distinct elements related to her Jewish heritage, Helene has created a work of literature that is truly intriguing… Click play to hear Helene talk about: A timeline of her creative writing journey. How being a child of an immigrant family informed her work as an author. The writing process behind The Golem and the Jinni. How the story arc of her work captures people's attention. Want to learn more about Helene and her fascinating work? Visit www.helenewecker.com now! Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/38oMlMr
Dominoe Farris is a female artist born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Her artistic pursuits include film photography, hand tinted photography, stained glass, and textile art. She is never one to shy away from learning a new art form, as all mediums have something new to teach and inspire. All of them are tied together by a thread of light and color. She dabbles in all things rainbow. In this episode, we discuss: - Dominoe's upbringing and the story of how and when she started identifying as an artist - How and where Dominoe draws creative inspiration - How she moves through creative blocks and imposter syndrome - Embracing the imperfections in art making - Moving through perfectionism and finding spaces and creative projects where protectionism can express itself - The idea of “living contrast” and how Dominoe embodies and balances perfectionism and the wildness of creativity - Dominoe also shares some beautiful advice for fellow artists and creative people You can find and follow all of Dominoe's incredible work on her: website: www.dominoefarris.com/see Instagram: @dominoefarris @triplefloral @yummmyglass Donate to the A Wave Away podcast Join my email list/newsletter Find me on Instagram Visit my website
Joey Cofone, Co-Founder, and CEO of Baronfig joins me on the podcast as we explore The Laws of Creativity, the title of his new book. In this episode, Joey shares his experience from creating over 100 products. How does one learn something new and eventually turn it into mastery? How do you make that work stand out? Joey is an award-winning graphic designer based in New York City. Featured in Fast Company, Bloomberg, New York Magazine, and more. He holds a 1st place award for the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) biennial design competition, Command X. Joey was named a 2015 New Visual Artist, and Wunderkind young designer, both recognitions by PRINT Magazine. This episode is must listen for all creators. Some topics we cover: How to turn skills into mastery Leading with weirdness The need to create bad work The number one thing that leads to success more than anything and so much more. Enjoy!
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #376: Jeremy Lesniak from Whistlekick on Faith: Book One of the Katana Chronicles and Martial Arts DnD https://archive.org/download/podcast-376/Podcast%20376.mp3 This week, Jeremy Lesniak from Whistlekick joins the show as a guest to discuss his martial arts-themed novel, Faith. It’s been awhile since we last worked together, but if you’ve been a listener of…Read more The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #376: Jeremy Lesniak from Whistlekick on Faith: Book One of the Katana Chronicles and Martial Arts DnD
How is a poem like a spell? Sarah joins poet, essayist, editor, and chronic illness awareness advocate Lisa Marie Basile to delve into all things creative intuition. Listen in for conversations about protecting your artistic integrity, connecting to ancestral wisdom even when your direct ancestors don't feel safe, learning to live with chronic illness, and more. Join us on October 21st for an awesome writing workshop led by Lisa!Sign Up for Collaborating With The Shadow: A Writing Workshop for Encouraging, Honoring, & Crafting Your Creative Spirit with Lisa Marie Basile.Sign Up for Elemental Intuition.Sign up for our newsletter.Support our Patreon here.Follow Sarah on Instagram.Buy The Moon Book.Visit Our Shop.Work with LisaRead Lisa's WorkFollow Lisa on InstagramLuna Luna MagazineRitual PoeticaRead The Magical Writing GrimoireRead Light Magic for Dark TimesPre-order the Many Moons 2023 Planner.
Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkSupport the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!Transcripts available at creativepeptalk.com/episodes!_________SHOW NOTESGet the Creative Career Path e-Handbook by signing up to our newsletter!Hero on a Mission: The Power of Finding Your Role in Life - Book by Donald MillerKeep Going: 10 Ways to Stay Creative in Good Times and Bad - Book by Austin KleonThe One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results - Book by Gary Keller and Jay PapasanCreative Transformation: 9 Exercises to Draw, Write, and Discover Your Future - Skillshare Class by Mari AndrewDeja Foxx and Carly Ayres Help Avie Daisy Designs Launch a Rebrand - Wireframe Podcast Episode_________CALL TO ADVENTUREFind people to learn from who have already solved your problem!_________SPONSORSSKILLSHAREThere's nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustration, design, photography, productivity, and marketing. With Skillshare's short classes, you can move your creative journey forward without putting life on hold. So explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/CreativePep where our listeners get a free trial of Premium Membership.ADOBE WIREFRAMEThis episode is supported by Wireframe, an original podcast from Adobe. The show is for small business owners who handle all the branding, content and design on their own for their business. Each episode features one small business owner, we pair them with a mentor who has built their own successful brand and then a designer to help them execute a plan to solve their problem. Click here to check out Adobe Wireframe and listen to the new season now!
What should a newsroom report on? Does journalism know its own purpose? Do we? What ethics should we live by, and why? Samarth Bansal joins Amit Varma in episode 299 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about living the examined life, and asking the fundamental questions. (For full linked show notes, go to SeenUnseen.in.) Also check out: 1. Samarth Bansal on Twitter and his own website. 2. The Interval -- Samarth Bansal's newsletter. 3. Truth Be Told -- Samarth Bansal's Food and Fitness newsletter with Shashank Mehta and others. 4. Journalists refer to themselves as storytellers. Is that a mistake? -- Samarth Bansal. 5. Why the event-oriented structure of news doesn't help in understanding how the world works -- Samarth Bansal. 6. A different way to think about Indian media -- Samarth Bansal. 7. Sugar-coated conspiracies: How ‘publication bias' amplifies half-truths -- Samarth Bansal. 8. How I approach and manage my freelance journalism career -- Samarth Bansal. 9. Thoughts and observations on data journalism in India -- Samarth Bansal. 10. Why I am relearning statistics -- Samarth Bansal. 11. The Wire's TekFog investigation: A futile search for evidence -- Samarth Bansal. 12. Indian pollsters are doing fine. Here is how forecasts work -- Samarth Bansal. 13. Lessons learnt from my 52-week workout streak -- Samarth Bansal. 14. The pursuit of truth with Samarth Bansal -- An interview by In Old News. 15. The Prem Panicker Files -- Episode 217 of The Seen and the Unseen. 16. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life — Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 17. Chandrahas Choudhury's Country of Literature -- Episode 288 of The Seen and the Unseen. 18. Rukmini Sees India's Multitudes -- Episode 261 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 19. The Importance of Data Journalism — Episode 196 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 20. Pramit Bhattacharya Believes in Just One Ism — Episode 256 of The Seen and the Unseen. 21. The Importance of the 1991 Reforms -- Episode 237 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Ajay Shah). 22. Strangers Drowning -- Larissa MacFarquhar. 23. Larissa MacFarquhar on Getting Inside Someone's Head -- Episode 58 of Conversations With Tyler. 24. Dil Dhadakne Do -- Zoya Akhtar. 25. Kapoor & Sons -- Shakun Batra. 26. Why are India's housewives killing themselves? -- Soutik Biswas. 27. Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho -- Jagjit Singh's ghazal from Arth. 28. Alice Evans Studies the Great Gender Divergence -- Episode 297 of The Seen and the Unseen. 29. Amit Varma's tweet on winning the Asian Championships of Match Poker. 30. Wanting — Luke Burgis. 31. The Life and Times of Nilanjana Roy -- Episode 284 of The Seen and the Unseen. 32. Dead Poets Society -- Peter Weir. 33. Amusing Ourselves to Death — Neil Postman. 34. Deep Work — Cal Newport. 35. Ira Glass on the Creative Process. 36. The Parable of the Pottery Class. 37. Behave -- Robert Sapolsky. 38. The Biology of Good and Evil -- Robert Sapolsky speaks to Sam Harris in episode 91 of The Making Sense Podcast. 39. Robert Sapolsky's biology lectures on YouTube. 40. The Confidence Gap — Katty Kay and Claire Shipman. 41. The Overconfidence Game -- Episode 6 of Against the Rules with Michael Lewis. 42. Men Explain Things to Me -- Rebecca Solnit. 43. ‘Let Me Interrupt Your Expertise With My Confidence' — New Yorker cartoon by Jason Adam Katzenstein. 44. Free Will on Wikipedia, Brittanica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 45. Free Will -- Sam Harris. 46. The Blind Watchmaker -- Richard Dawkins. 47. The CBS 60 Minutes documentary on the Indian Institute of Technology. 48. Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address. 49. A Student's Guide to Startups -- Paul Graham. 50. Paul Graham's essays. 51. Coursera and Udacity. 52. The Last Lecture -- Randy Pausch. 53. The Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect. 54. The Blank Slate — Steven Pinker. 55. The Moral Animal -- Robert Wright. 56. Ezra Klein Interviews Noam Chomsky. 57. Dhanya Rajendran Fights the Gaze -- Episode 267 of The Seen and the Unseen. 58. Tamasha -- Imtiaz Ali. 59. The Turn of the Tortoise -- TN Ninan. 60. Bad Blood -- John Carreyrou. 61. Narendra Modi takes a Great Leap Backwards — Amit Varma (on Demonetisation). 62. Enabled by technology, young Indians show what it means to be a citizen -- Amit Varma. 63. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Aakar Patel: 1, 2. 64. Adults in the Room -- Yanis Varoufakis. 65. Larry Summers at Harvard, Wikipedia, Twitter and his own website. 66. India's 50 Most Powerful People of 2009 -- List by Business Week including, heh, Amit Varma. 67. The theory of the interlocking public. 68. CRISPR gene editing. 69. Genetic Engineering -- Episode 165 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shambhavi Naik). 70. The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz -- Brian Knappenberger. 71. I Hate the News -- Aaron Swartz. 72. Everybody Loves a Good Drought -- P Sainath. 73. Why everyone hates the mainstream media -- Andrew Potter. 74. Income Tax department raids Dainik Bhaskar premises across the country -- The Hindu. 75. Apar Gupta and Internet Freedom Foundation. 76. The Revolt of the Public -- Martin Gurri. 77. The best stats you've ever seen -- Hans Rosling. 79. Lessons from an Ankhon Dekhi Prime Minister — Amit Varma. 80. Introduction to the Human Brain -- Nancy Kanwisher. 81. Future Shock -- Alvin Toffler. 82. The Trial of the Chicago 7 -- Aaron Sorkin. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Reflection' by Simahina.
Discover the songwriting and recording process behind Qveen Herby's music. Nick & Herby dish all the deets on how a song is born and play raw demos.Stream 5D and DRESS CODE https://ffm.to/qveenherbyWatch this episode on YouTubeFollow Qveen Herby:- Web- Instagram- Facebook- TwitterCo-host: @JediiinickProducer: @WhatWouldAlexanderDo