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Creative Elements explores how remarkable creators found creative independence. Through narrative interviews, Jay Clouse dives into the nitty-gritty of how the world's best creators make a living from their art and creativity. You'll hear the specific elements of their personality, style, or approach that have helped them thrive – elements like focus, vulnerability, revision, and constraints. By finding out how these creators make a living with their art and creativity, you will learn how to ...
 
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Taylor Schulte is the founder of Define Financial, which manages over $120 million in assets and specializes in retirement & tax planning for people over age 50. He's been named been recognized as a “Top 40 Advisor Under 40” by InvestmentNews and named “The #2 Independent Advisor in the U.S.” by Investopedia. Taylor hosts Stay Wealthy Retirement, a…
 
John B. Bartholomew, Ph.D. is a professor, department chair and the Teresa Lozano Long Endowed Chair in kinesiology and health education at the University of Texas at Austin. In this webinar, Dr. Bartholomew speaks about how exercise can help change your mood and improve your health. Originally recorded May 27, 2020 Presentation slides can be found…
 
Jason Feifer is the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, a podcast host, book author, keynote speaker, startup advisor, and nonstop optimism machine. Jason is the host of Build for Tomorrow, a show exploring the curious things from history that shaped us, and how we can shape the future. He's the author of two books, Build for Tomorrow, Not Ye…
 
Steph Smith is a growth marketer, writer, and indie maker. She's the creator of two books, Doing Content Right and Doing Time Right. Doing Content Right is a 270-page book published in 2020. The book retails for $100 and has sold nearly 3200 copies on Gumroad. Steph creates her independent work on the side while leading Trends for the Hustle, which…
 
Dickie Bush is a macro investor and the creator of Ship 30 for 30, a community of writers developing a writing habit in 30 days. He is passionate about providing writers and creators with the tools, resources, processes, and mindsets required to find points of leverage and achieve exponential growth—both personally and professionally. In this episo…
 
David Perell is a writer, podcaster, and the creator of Write of Passage. His essays cross between topics like travel, culture, media, marketing, and technology, but focus on our relationship with information – especially how we make sense of the world by consuming ideas. In this episode, we talk about David’s approach to education, quitting instit…
 
In this episode of Minds & Mics, I talk with psychologist and author Pia Callesen about overthinking and the metacognitive approach to emotional struggles like anxiety and depression. Show Notes Here are some of the highlights from our conversation: What is overthinking, exactly? Types of overthinking The 2 reasons why we overthink The difference b…
 
In this episode of Minds & Mics, I talk with my friend Rosie Sherry about how she made the news for being a "reckless" parent, her distinctive approach to unschooling her kids, authenticity and vulnerability on social media, and what it means to practice self-care as a full-time community builder and mother of five. Show Notes Here are some of the …
 
Nick Huber started Sweaty Startup in December of 2018 because he believed the Shark Tank and TechCrunch culture was ruining the real spirit of low-risk entrepreneurship. Today, Nick has more than 140,000 followers on Twitter, two podcasts, a Real Estate Masterclass, and more than $20 million in self storage assets under management. He founded a pic…
 
Jon Lehrmann, M.D. is a professor and Chief of Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. In this podcast, Dr. Lehrmann speaks about strategies to deal with and avoid depression, anxiety, domestic violence and addiction. Originally recorded May 29, 2020 Presentation slides can be found at https://adelbkorkorfoundation.org/webinars…
 
In this episode of Minds & Mics, I talk with my friend Nick Wignall. Nick and I get into the details of creative overwhelm and burnout and how I (try to) manage it. Subscribe to Minds & Mics Follow Nick on Twitter Full transcript and show notes *** ABOUT JAY CLOUSE Subscribe to my weekly newsletter Find me on Twitter Find me on Instagram Enroll in …
 
Jack Rhysider is the creator and host of Darknet Diaries, audio stories specifically intended to capture, preserve, and explain the culture around hacking and cybersecurity. Darknet Diaries was started in 2017 and receives more than 300,000 downloads per episode. Jack has a Patreon with nearly 6,000 patrons for a total of nearly $20,000 per month. …
 
Roberto Blake is dedicated to building the Creator Economy. He’s focused on helping Creators and Influencers build brands and businesses online. His YouTube channel has grown to more than 500K subscribers and more than 34 million views. He has nearly 50K followers on Twitter, and another 23K on Instagram. Founder of Awesome Creator Academy, Roberto…
 
In this episode of Minds & Mics, I talk with Jay Clouse, the creator and host of one of my favorite podcasts, Creative Elements. Jay and I get into the details of creative overwhelm and burnout and how Jay manages it. Show Notes Here are some of the highlights from our conversation: What does overwhelm actually look like for Jay? Hard works as a re…
 
Gina Bianchini is the founder and CEO of Mighty Networks. Mighty Networks helps creators bring their community, courses, memberships, and events together in one place under their brand. Mighty Networks has more than 10,000 paying creators, brands, and coaches today. Users include established creators and brands such as YouTube star Adriene Mishler,…
 
Oliver Burkeman joins me to talk about the problem with the narrow concept of time management and how we mere mortals ought to think about managing our time instead. Show Notes Time management for 4-year-olds The narrow vs broad meaning of time management The importance trap and the temptation to “clear the decks” Anti-skills, negative capability, …
 
Chris Sutherland is a former collegiate Physics professor turned full-time content creator. Chris began posting videos to TikTok in January 2020, quickly going viral and building an audience of more than 2 million followers. Chris parlayed that audience into 144K+ Instagram followers, 60K YouTube subscribers, and 30K followers on Twitter too. Today…
 
Austin Kleon is the New York Times bestselling author of a trilogy of illustrated books about creativity in the digital age: Steal Like An Artist, Show Your Work!, and Keep Going. He’s also the author of Newspaper Blackout, a collection of poems made by redacting the newspaper with a permanent marker. His books have been translated into dozens of l…
 
Barbara Moser, M.D. is a retired family practitioner who provides leadership for Prevent Suicide Greater Milwaukee Coalition in Wisconsin. In this podcast, Dr. Moser will speak about strategies to deal with social isolation and despair. Originally recorded June 1, 2020 Presentation slides can be found at https://adelbkorkorfoundation.org/webinars/…
 
Charli Marie Prangley is the creator of the YouTube Channel CharlieMarieTV. Every week, she shares insights into life as a professional designer alongside tutorials and advice on design tools and concepts. The channel has nearly 200,000 subscribers. But by day, Charli works as the Creative Director at ConvertKit while building her channel and podca…
 
Ali Abdaal is a Cambridge University medicine graduate, now working as a junior doctor in the UK's National Health Service (NHS). He started making YouTube videos in his final year of medical school at Cambridge University in the summer of 2017. As of October 2020, his channel has 1.1 million subscribers and earns over £100,000 ($130k) each month, …
 
Jay Acunzo is an author, speaker, and showrunner. He's the host of 3 Clips (recently acquired by Castos) and Unthinkable, which he describes as Radiolab for creators. Jay writes a weekly newsletter called Playing Favorites, a membership called Make What Matters, and in 2018 he published his book, Break The Wheel: Question Best Practices, Hone Your …
 
Today is a special crossover episode. Last week, I interviewed the creator and host of The Learning Leader Show, Ryan Hawk. After a while, all podcast hosts are asked by their listeners to spend some time talking about THEIR OWN journey. But it's weird to talk about yourself, and borderline insane to interview yourself. Luckily, my recent guest (an…
 
Alan Burkard, Ph.D. is a professor and department chair at Marquette University. He is also a consulting psychologist at the Behavior Clinic at Penfield Children’s Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Originally recorded July 15, 2020 Presentation slides can be found at https://adelbkorkorfoundation.org/webinars/…
 
Courtney Clark, M.S., LPC is a psychotherapist, family counselor and training coordinator at the Behavior Clinic at Penfield Children’s Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Originally recorded July 22, 2020 Presentation slides can be found at https://adelbkorkorfoundation.org/webinars/By AB Korkor Foundation for Mental Health
 
Ryan Hawk is a keynote speaker and the host of the Learning Leader Show. The show has been listened to by millions of people in more than 150 countries, and Forbes called it, “the most dynamic leadership podcast around.” He is also the author of Welcome to Management: How To Grow From Top Performer To Excellent Leader. Previous to the Learning Lead…
 
Emma McAdam is a licensed marriage and family therapist as well as the host of the popular YouTube channel, Therapy in a Nutshell. In today's episode, Emma and I talk about emotional processing and the most important ideas and skills we can learn to manage painful feelings in a healthy and productive way. Show Notes What is emotional processing? Wh…
 
Brennan Dunn is the creator of Double Your Freelancing, RightMessage, and Mastering ConvertKit. Brennan is one of the most well-regarded email marketers on the planet. Using cutting-edge techniques in personalization, Brennan has generated millions of dollars in sales of his products – and a lot of that is automated. After starting Double Your Free…
 
Mignon Fogarty is the founder of the Quick and Dirty Tips network and creator of Grammar Girl. Grammar Girl has published more than 700 episodes since 2007. The podcast provides short, friendly tips to improve your writing and feed your love of the English language. It's one of eleven shows on the Quick and Dirty Tips network. She is an inductee in…
 
I’m sharing with you an episode of Freelance To Founder, another show here on the Podglomerate Network. Freelance to Founder features real-time coaching sessions with freelancers who want to scale their service business. In each episode, show co-hosts Preston Lee and Clay Mosley—who have both scaled their one-person businesses to something bigger—h…
 
Courtland Allen is the creator of Indie Hackers, the largest online community of startup founders. He created the site in August 2016 and it was acquired by Stripe in April 2017. He is an MIT graduate, Y Combinator alum, full-stack web developer, and professional designer. Today, Courtland continues to run the Indie Hackers team at Stripe and hosts…
 
Dr. Christian Jarrett joins me on the show to discuss the science of personality change and to what extent we can deliberately modify our own personality. Show Notes What is personality, exactly? The Big 5 Theory of Personality What makes a personality theory valid? How writing a book changed how Christian sees personality What are the mechanisms o…
 
Nick Wignall, Ph.D. is a writer and clinical psychologist at The Cognitive Behavioral Institute of Albuquerque in New Mexico. In this podcast, Dr. Wignall will speak about how to train yourself to be more resilient and mindful in everyday life. Originally recorded June 3, 2020 Presentation slides and resources can be found at https://adelbkorkorfou…
 
Hello my friend! Welcome to a special solo episode of Creative Elements… I’ve been thinking that I’d start sharing some more short episodes like this where I go a little bit deeper on topics that have come up both on the show and in my life… And today I want to talk a little bit about comparison traps. Subscribe to my email newsletter Let's talk ab…
 
Allen Gannett is the author of The Creative Curve (Penguin Random House, 2018) that shows how the creative process can be learned by anyone. He founded and served as CEO of TrackMaven, a marketing analytics platform that merged with Skyword, the leading content marketing platform, in 2018. In this episode, we talk about how Allen built TrackMaven i…
 
In this episode of Minds & Mics, I talk with Martin Reed, a health coach who specializes in helping clients with insomnia and sleep issues. Show Notes Here are some of the highlights from our conversation: Martin’s own struggles with insomnia and how they led him to become an insomnia educator and coach Coaching vs therapy for insomnia and sleep is…
 
I wanted to share a little bit of a different episode with you this week. Back in episode #49 of this show, I spoke with Corey Haines, the creator of Swipe Files. Corey and I spent the majority of that episode talking about his approach to Product Hunt, and so we didn’t dive as deeply into Swipe Files as we probably should have. But a big part of S…
 
Alec Torelli is a professional high-stakes poker player turned creator, who shares how the lessons he learned from poker can be applied to life and business. Alec is the founder of Conscious Poker, a popular poker training platform, and after spending the last 14 years making decisions for hundreds of thousands of dollars in a single hand, he now g…
 
Corbett Barr is the creator of Fizzle, a membership combining courses, podcasts, and community for creators. Corbett started Fizzle in 2012, and has been self-employed on the Internet since 2005. He recently decided to start over to refocus on writing and re-evaluate his digital self. In this episode we talk about what brought Corbett into the nasc…
 
In this episode of Minds and Mics, I talk with Melody Wilding, a leadership and executive coach who specializes in helping sensitive high-achievers who are tired of getting in their own way, including struggling with imposter syndrome. Show Notes Here are some of the highlights from our conversation: Sensitive strivers The big 5 personality traits …
 
Hey! I'm dropping in today to share with you a new show from the Podglomerate called Trail Weight. After 30 years of feeling stuck, Andrew Steven attempted to get in shape for a month-long backpacking trip through the Sierra Nevadas. Looking at his career for inspiration, Andrew finds an unlikely revelation by imagining his life’s narrative arc. Bu…
 
Bijan Stephen is a writer, editor, and video correspondent based in Brooklyn, NY. He covers Twitch and Streaming at The Verge and a music critic at The Nation. Independently, he co-hosts a show on Twitch called One Time On The Internet, streams, and is a character on an actual play podcast called Fun City. In this episode we talk about Bijan’s expe…
 
Cole Cuchna is the creator of Dissect, a serialized music podcast that examines a single album per season, one song per episode. Dissect was named "Best podcast of 2017" by Quartz, and the following year was named "Best podcast of 2018" by the New York Times. In this episode, we talk about Cole’s attempt at being a professional musician, his love o…
 
Dickie Bush is a macro investor and the creator of Ship 30 for 30, a community of writers developing a writing habit in 30 days. He is passionate about providing writers and creators with the tools, resources, processes, and mindsets required to find points of leverage and achieve exponential growth—both personally and professionally. In this episo…
 
Science journalist Jesse Singal joins me on the show to talk about the dangers of fad psychology, including myths and misconceptions about positive psychology, the self-esteem movement, deceptive media coverage of popular behavioral science research, the replication crisis in academic psychology, and more. Show Notes Here are some of the highlights…
 
Nick DenBoer (also known as Smearballs) a director, animator, editor, music producer, remix artist and self-proclaimed "all around great guy." With a following of 75,000 on Instagram and 25,000 subscribers on YouTube, Nick has worked with clients including Conan, deadmau5, KFC, Old Spice, Wieden + Kennedy, and more. Nick has an incredibly unique st…
 
Corey Haines is the creator of Swipe Files, a membership site that provides content, community, and courses to help you master marketing. Corey curates marketing examples, copywriting help, and more through his newsletter, membership community, and podcast. In this episode we talk about Corey’s five pillars of Growth, how he achieved early traction…
 
Designer and author Fred Dust joins me on the show to discuss how we can use principles from design to have better, more impactful conversations. Show Notes The distinctiveness of podcast conversations Mission-driven vs exploration-driven conversations The 3 ways conversations get derailed The usefulness of constraints in conversation Adjusting the…
 
Rosie Sherry is the creator of Rosieland, a community and resource hub for community builders. She previously led community for Indie Hackers, a community of more than 140,000 independent makers. In this episode we talk about Rosie’s history of building community with Ministry of Testing, what she learned through her time at Indie Hackers, the diff…
 
In this bonus episode, I'm talking with Courtland Allen, the founder of Indie Hackers. As I’ve shared a couple times over the last few months, my accelerator and community Unreal Collective was acquired by Smart Passive Income in January of this year. I wrote an article about the acquisition, and it got quite a bit of attention. One of the places i…
 
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