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Creative Pep Talk

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Creative Pep Talk

Andy J. Pizza, Co-Loop Podcast Network

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It’s easy to get lost on the creative journey. Creative Pep Talk serves as a weekly check in, to get you back on the path to living your creative potential. Weekly illustrator Andy J. Pizza delivers a piping hot solo-cast chocked to the brim with fresh stories, creative tips, tricks, and a side of secret dipping sauce of pep to boot!! Every few weeks, special guests like artist Lisa Congdon, poet Morgan Harper Nichols, designer Aaron Draplin or comedian Abbi Jacobson, stop by to share their ...
 
Inspirational conversations with creators about architecture, art, design, entrepreneurship, fashion, film, music, and pop culture. Hosted by Roy Sharples. Broadcasted and curated by Unknown Origins. Save the world from unoriginality by unleashing the power of creativity.
 
Being Boss® is an exploration of what it takes to be boss as a creative business owner, entrepreneur, freelancer, or side-hustler. Join host Emily Thompson as she explores the mindsets, habits, and tactics of harnessing your creative ambitions and embracing the adventure of starting and growing your own business so that you can make money doing work you love. Brought to you by HubSpot Podcast Network.
 
A podcast from pianist, composer, and creative wellness coach Rebecca Hass to help you self-compassionately grow your creative practice from a supportive foundation of wellness. This podcast features honest conversations, resources, inspiration, and tangible tips to help you cultivate more balance and ease in your work and life, follow through on your goals without constant hustle, and also feel like a whole person in the process!
 
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Emerging Form

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Emerging Form

Christie Aschwanden

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Emerging Form is a podcast about the creative process in which a journalist (Christie Aschwanden) and a poet (Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer) discuss creative conundrums over wine. Each episode concludes with a game of two questions in which a guest joins in to help answer questions about the week's topic. Season one guests include poets, novelists, journalists, a song writer, a circus performer, a sketch artist and a winemaker. emergingform.substack.com
 
Hey! My name is Misbah, and I'm curious about all things creativity. How do artists work? What patterns allow us to master skills? What are great work habits 'off stage?' Through these diverse conversations, I'll explore psychology, wellness, process, and more. If you enjoy the show, please share an episode with someone who'd enjoy it. I'm grateful for every one of your ear drums.
 
Process to Profitability: Tools and Strategies to Serve Your Clients and Grow Your Small Business is a weekly interview show featuring creative women who are growing their small businesses with a focus on serving their clients and customers well. We'll discuss tools, strategies, and processes that you can apply to your own business in a way that fits you. From online creative entrepreneurs to product creators, professionals creating their own way of working to those just starting out, we'll ...
 
The Root Cellar is a podcast about purposeful creation. Each episode, Alexander speaks with an artist/maker about their process, the tension between commerce and creation, the relationship between audience and creator, and how we preserve the things that nourish creation.
 
Hosted by writer and performing, Phil Rickaby, Stageworthy is a weekly podcast about the performing arts in Canada. In each episode features intimate and knowledgeable discussions with artists from different disciplines, about creating and presenting work, the creative process, and more. Episodes arrive every Tuesday, with bonus episodes now and then.
 
To create something, anything, you need a method. You need an approach that works for you. But wouldn’t it also be nice to learn how others approach their creative process? Works in Process is a monthly podcast where I, Designer and Educator George Garrastegui Jr, have the conversations you wish you had. I talk to designers, artists, educators, and creators to find the Hows and Whys of their creative work. Then, through experiences and inspiration, my guests explore the techniques and observ ...
 
Conversations with new and established artists and creatives from all over New Zealand about their lives, creative process and art practice. I love to listen to artists’ stories for inspiration and ideas. And maybe you do too. Which is why I’ve created this podcast - to inspire, inform and educate. I really hope you take away something positive and encouraging from each of these amazing stories - to inspire you on your own creative journey. https://www.creativematters.co.nz/podcast
 
An artist's guide to the labyrinth of creativity. Join us as we explore the mysteries of human genius, how creativity works, and how you can improve your own creative process. The labyrinth awaits. Creative Codex is one-part podcast and one-part imaginative lecture series, featuring thoroughly researched insights into the creative process mixed with captivating soundscapes and original music. Produced & Written by MJDorian
 
The Creatives' Coffee Club is a podcast and online community for anyone who is curious about their creativity. For those who want to rediscover their creative side, to those that already have a creative practice but want a bit of support in the process. From big conversations with people who have ditched the 9 - 5 to pursue a creative career, to discussing road blocks like fear, imposter syndrome and self doubt, to sharing practical tips about how to navigate your creative journey your host ...
 
Creativity can be a lonely path. If we want to reach our full potential (and have a good time doing it), we Creatives need cheerleading and insights from our creative colleagues. In the Creative Chats podcast, I speak to some of the best Creatives around, about creativity and their process, and I share stories of Artists, Makers, and Content Creators. In fact, anything that will help you do your best work yet!
 
A music discussion podcast that explores every phase of the creative process behind making records in the studio and at home. Through weekly interviews with notable guests, the show provides in-depth discussions revolving around key insights and experiences from careers as musicians, producers, recording artists, and studio owners. Each episode provides a unique perspective from one creative voice involved in bringing a specific groundbreaking record to life. Hosted by Casey Cavaliere (Produ ...
 
There may be nothing more inspiring and entertaining than relaxed, candid conversations among creative people. Mark Caro, a relentlessly curious journalist and on-stage interviewer, loves digging into the creative process with artists and drawing out surprising stories that illuminate the work that has become part of our lives. The Caropopcast is for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the music, movies, food and culture that they love.
 
Empowering artists across disciplines by sharing the obstacles, fears, and triumphs of living a creative life. Bi-weekly conversations with fine artists, musicians, performers, dancers, filmmakers, etc. with a theme for each podcast season. You will learn how they create, how they experiment, and how they turn mistakes into opportunities for growth. Their stories will inspire you to take creative action and will validate your own creative exploration. Listen and join the How We Create community.
 
Conversations in Process aims to understand and explore a process outlook on life, with its emphasis on inter-becoming; the intrinsic value of all life; the presence of fresh possibilities; and the need create communities that are creative, compassionate, diverse, inclusive, and participatory; humane to animals, and good for the earth, with no one left behind. We also aim to learn from people that practice what we call the process way, even if they’re not especially interested in the process ...
 
A podcast dedicated to the creative process of writing music as well as getting to know the artists who make it. We focus on the behind the scene aspects of the writing process. We want to talk about what inspires artists to create, how they have grown and how they plan on growing in the future, and what they do in their spare time.
 
Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work, and building an audience. Included in this RSS Feed are the LensWork ...
 
My podcast is aimed at providing value through my own insights and various perspectives that I believe will push people to find the creative director in themselves. I will be showing people my creative process through writing, entrepreneurial endeavors, in depth discussion questions, book reviews, and interviews ! The goal of the podcast is get people or what I call creatives to start looking at all life's struggles, pains, successes, relationships, losses, wins and so on with a creative per ...
 
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HT1167 - Stuff Breaks, Hard Drives Fail Here on the road, I'm doing everything on a laptop using external hard drives. For the first time in over 25 years, I don't have the security of a RAID system to protect any digital files against hard drive failure. Instead, I'm doing regular backups to multiple external 5TB Western Digital Passport drives.…
 
Listen to the third of three excerpts developed by the Food for Thought Project, a year-long writing lab for aspiring audio dramatists. And Eat It, Too was written by Ashley-Ruth Bernier. SUMMARY: Jolie, an optimistic and talented baker in an impoverished island community, finds herself at a crossroads when a high-stakes, hugely popular cake decora…
 
Are you afraid of failure? Do you question your ability even after years of mastering your craft? What if we're to tell you that failure is a necessity to any creative's process? This week, I host Taylor Lewis -of the filmmaking trio Lewis Brothers. From setting each other on fire in their parents' backyard, they started their production company be…
 
For years, I held a very teacher-centered view of assessment. I would grade student work and use that to modify lessons and pull small groups. Students would receive a grade, which would then motivate them to work harder. Later, I started realizing that my feedback... The post Five Reasons Students Should Own the Assessment Process appeared first o…
 
I was so excited to chat with Jenni Kowal, a multi passionate, visual artist and personal development coach specializing in self care and creative exploration. Founder of Anytime Creative, she offers a variety of life coaching services, including mindfulness support. Her flagship product is the Self Care Adventure Cards - an intuitive card deck tha…
 
Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalk Transcripts available at https://creativepeptalk.com/episodes __________ CALL TO ADVENTURE What is your opener? Your single? Your album? Your show? Your merch? Translate this process to your medium or field! __________ SPONSORS STORYBLOCKS Video is one of my mos…
 
Welcome to Works In Process / Ep 22 I always encourage (young people) that you should believe you can do it. That thing that you think is a disadvantage might very well be the best down thing you SHOULD do. You’ve got to believe it’s possible. Because there will be people, there will be forces, there will be places and organizations to tell you oth…
 
Norwegian band Wardruna creates music born of Nordic history, Norse runes and nature - and is led by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Einar Selvik, who composed music for the TV series Vikings. (He was formerly the drummer in the black metal band Gorgoroth under stage name Kvitrafn, for those keeping track.) Hear a captivating combination of ol…
 
An hour-plus chat with author, editor, screenwriter, and award-winning essayist David Boop. .Websitesdavidboop.comlongshot-productions.net Facebook@dboop.updates Twitter@david-boop David Boop’s Amazon Page David Boop is a Denver-based speculative fiction author and editor. He’s also an award-winning essayist and screenwriter. Before turning to fict…
 
HT1166 - Nightly Reviews When I'm out on an extended photography trip, I have a habit of reviewing the day's captures each night after I load them up into Lightroom. There are always a few shots from the day I'm really excited about. Curiously enough, the ones that end up making the best images are ones I don't realize have such potential. Long aft…
 
Idea: An app to help you communicate better with other cultures, including translating what other people are saying to you, translating what you want to say (with settings for emotions i.e. calm/passive-aggressive/aggressive, whether you want to appear "cool" or professional, etc.), and listening to what you're saying and warning you in real-time i…
 
Ekaterina Solomeina is a creative director, educator, and founder of Future London Academy – an executive school for creatives. For the past 17 years, she has worked with some of the greatest creative minds alive, including Michael Wolff (founder of Wolff Olins), Donatella Versace, and companies like Coca-Cola, Sony, Mars, IBM, Microsoft, and Samsu…
 
In this episode, I'm announcing the change in our name to Type Tune Tint, a podcast about independent authors, musicians and artists. There's a whole world of people with talent who practice their craft in their basement or with friends, but who deserve a wider audience. This podcast will focus on their inspirations, their personal stories and thei…
 
Suit up for an epic tale of the creative process and influences behind one of the biggest entertainment properties. And also - why is a show coming out decades after the hype? Let’s learn! Evan and Taylor’s projects: videos, go watch Evan’s film work sign up, Taylor’s weekly newsletter Contact: @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer…
 
HT1165 - My Baseline Camera Settings When you turn on your digital camera, it defaults to the same settings. These baseline settings are ones you can control. Makes sense to me to configure these baseline settings for your most common shooting scenario. Here are my baseline settings and why.By Brooks Jensen
 
Natasha Lee is one of my favorite photographers and I love watching her directorial career take off, bringing her refined aesthetic to film. Natasha is a Malaysian-Chinese Travel, Lifestyle & Hospitality Photographer & Director whose visuals evoke a sense of presence, of the fleeting moments that make an experience memorable. Her imagery is steeped…
 
Bette Smith was born and raised in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn – but on her debut LP called Jetlagger she draws on the gospel she sang in the church and the soul music she heard on the block on hot summer nights music growing up on the corner of Nostrand and Fulton. On the 2018 record Jetlagger, the tunes range from originals to covers of Staples Singers an…
 
Kate Hursthouse is a New Zealand artist, illustrator, creative entrepreneur and mother of one living in Te Atatū Peninsula, Aotearoa NZ. https://www.creativematters.co.nz/post/creative-matters-with-kate-hursthouse She is on a mission to help women find their own place of joy and calm through colour and creativity. Kate has a background in architect…
 
HT1164 - The Rhythm of Sequencing The even tap-tap-tap of staccato quickly becomes boring. The same can be said of a sequence of photographs that consists of unrelenting excellence. This is especially true for a book of photographs. Our temptation is to fill the book with our greatest hits images. But if every image is outstanding, the staccato can…
 
Today I’m going to be talking about the behind the scenes of my website design VIP Day. I’ve done a couple of these with clients and so I’m really excited to share with you not only what a VIP Day is and how it works, but what I’ve learned and answer some questions that I get as a talk about VIP Days frequently. Whether you have a VIP Day yourself …
 
Listen to the second of three excerpts developed by the Food for Thought Project, a year-long writing lab for aspiring audio dramatists. I'm Not Here Right Now was written by Shea Stanley. SUMMARY: Ella graduated college 6 months ago and is still living in her college town after her mom’s death kept her from moving away for a super cool journalism …
 
Dr. Eugene left behind a successful career in healthcare to dedicate his life to show heart-driven entrepreneurs how to fully unlock their own potential using neuroscience and technology. He firmly believes that every individual has a special contribution that only they can make and his mission is to show them the science on how to unleash their un…
 
HT1163 - The Intersection Photography happens at the intersection between three things: time, space, and access. By "access" I mean YOU. If a tree falls in the forest and there's no one there to photograph it, the tree still falls nonetheless. Those who spend the most time out photographing and have the greater access to events in time and space ar…
 
Years ago, as I shifted toward empowering students, I ask myself the question, “What am I doing for students that they could be doing for themselves?” One of the most glaring answers was assessment. So, I began to incorporate peer assessment and self-assessment. However, my... The post Seven Strategies for Getting the Most Out of Peer Feedback in t…
 
Claire Morris is Chief Studio Officer at Founders Factory, the world's leading venture studio and accelerator, where she helps build and scale tech startups - powering founders to go further faster where she has turned more than 50 early-stage ideas into the next generation of tech companies. Creativity Without Frontiers available at all relevant b…
 
"Much of the stress that people feel doesn't come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they've started." I totally agree with David Allen on this. Not just from the funk I'm in right now but also looking back at how stress and fatigue affected my creative work in the past. How did I manage to stay creative in spite of the st…
 
Siloh Radovsky sits down with Jared to talk about her path from anarchistic activism to experimental writing, the blurry line between fiction and nonfiction, and the joys and pains of teaching in an R1 institution. Siloh Radovsky is a prose writer invested in the overlap between narrative and criticism. A recent graduate of the cross-genre MFA prog…
 
HT1162 - Sketches My approach to photography has been majorly influenced by the book Sketches by Boz by Charles Dickens. A "sketch" to me means a careful and detail examination of some moment, some person, or some event. It's looking with more than a glance, relating more than an instant. I much prefer the term "sketches" to cumbersome alternatives…
 
What does it mean to be good enough? Many entrepreneurs look to others for the answer. Trying to find validation and examples of what success should look like from the outside. In this episode, author Carrie Severson joins Emily to discuss how she learned to stop questioning her enoughness. And instead asked what her life could be if she accepted h…
 
Crystal’s interest in technical theatre and management began in her home province of New Brunswick where she worked as a Theatre Production mentor at the University of New Brunswick. She’s since trained in the Opera Management Program at the Banff Centre for the Arts and is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. Previously, Crystal ha…
 
The rock band elbow (small "e") hails from greater Manchester and makes subtle, sensitive, anthemic, joyful music, sometimes augmented with the strings of the Hallé Orchestra, (which they did not bring with them.) Guy Garvey’s vocals and wordplay are perched atop a well-orchestrated but never overwrought blend of melodic bass, guitar and piano riff…
 
Listen to the first of three excerpts developed by the Food for Thought Project, a year-long writing lab for aspiring audio dramatists. Crocodile Twins was written by Tori Grace Nichols. SUMMARY: LaLa is a rambunctious adoptee from the Philippines living overseas on an American military base. Rey is quiet and obedient, and likes to help at his fami…
 
This week we talked to Jru Anthony, a musical fusion artist based in DC. His love of writing and storytelling has grown with him since a child and has found its way into his music as well. Growing up in a music household he has learned to develop his tastes and style from an early age. He is excited to get to play a couple of live shows, at which h…
 
LW1297 - Orgasmographs As I was photographing the crashing waves on the southern Oregon coast last week, I found myself asking why a spectacularly crashing wave was my photographic objective. I realized that so much of photography today is all about creating an ogasmograph. And I'm not sure this is a good thing. You might also be interested in. . .…
 
HT1161 - Understanding a Photograph To really understand a photograph means to understand the context of the content. Consider Migrant Mother by Dorothea Lange. We understand that photograph in the context of the dust bowl migrations and economic privations of the times. This is one reason why abstracts are so difficult to understand; they lack con…
 
Oracle and tarot cards are great tools for connecting creativity, self care, and spirituality. They can serve as inspiration, insight into your own reactions, and journaling prompts, adding a magical layer to the creative process, whether you have a specific question about a project, a decision, or how to work with the energy of that day. I share h…
 
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