Best Creativeconsciousness podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Experiments, challenges, and habits. Habits keep you connecting to creating on a regular basis. Experiments allow you to dive into the unknown while challenges push the boundaries of what you already do. You need all three to fully engage your creative potential and beyond. There is a practical side and a woo-woo side and the grey area in between is where you find magic. The podcast explores creative mastery by delving into the practical and woo-woo through interviews, books, blogs, epiphani ...
 
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Looking into the art and science of having it all and how that process fuels your creative core...
 
Alright this week we are talking about the wack on the side of the head, the need for melding the logical and subconscious mind together and your thought experiment for the week...
 
Resiliency is key to moving through obstacles that come up while you create...an easy exercise shared, also talking about erasing notes and a special technique for keeping books when you significant other doesn't want you to... The complete show notes with hand written PDF are at: creativehabitspodcast.com/resiliency…
 
Ok so I am not really a bank robber nor do I play one on TV but these "thought experiments" are something to try this week to help boost your creative potential. Links mentioned: https://wjcpottery.com/ Hijacking Habits with Charles Duhigg
 
There are so many cool people developing, building, creating. Our current technology allows for a lot more interactivity. Which means we can and should be building a tribe to co-create experiences that allow us to reach and be inspired towards greatness. http://creativehabitspodcast.com/expertsecrets Note: there may be affiliate links mentioned ...…
 
You are making a meal for friends. Wouldn't you rather choose the best ingredients rather than whatever you come across? It's the same with the creating anything, what you consume each day are your ingredients for what you create...
 
Even if you don't believe in the Mandela Effect, Flat Earth Theory or haven't even heard of Movement Therapy, all of these are something which can help your creative consciousness. Show Notes Coming Soon.
 
Some inspiration for using a dream journal to strengthen your creative side.
 
This episode offers one big miracle to help your creative flow while looking at Elizabeth Gilbert's book Big Magic, and using little acts to lift the veil.
 
Everything creative has a cycle and podcasting is no exception! After a long bit the podcast is back. This "season" will last until approximately May. This episode gives you what you should expect from the return season.
 
Going live switches something on in your brain. Check out this episode for an update on Creative Habits Podcast, the Facebook Live challenge, and more.
 
One of the ways Darren Hardy defines the Compound Effect: “It’s the principle of reaping huge rewards from a series of small, smart choices. Success is earned in the moment to moment decisions that in themselves make no visible difference whatsoever, but the accumulated compounding effect is profound.” Basically it’s leveraging small actions ov ...…
 
The creative tipping point is that point you reach when what you create is stellar. Before you reach the creative tipping point you are in various stages of not quite liking what you create (aka sucking). You move past the creative tipping point when you reach a groove and are creating at a stellar level. It's also the point at which, if you ha ...…
 
Kyle Cease now does his talks without knowing what he is going to say. He co-creates with his audience. The idea of that is powerful when connected to anything you are creating (especially when caught up in the idea of perfection). Note: this isn't an interview with Kyle Cease. Also in this short episode is the idea of cultivating silence and n ...…
 
This is the first of multiple challenges set for this year. Hope you enjoy it! Sign up on the website creativehabitspodcast.com and get an email series guiding you through, a Facebook group to share what you created, and the Creative Habits Podcast YouTube playlist with videos to help you through. Know that about page video you keep wanting to ...…
 
Everything is a Remix is a series done by Kirby Ferguson looking at how popular music and movies are remixed. How does this work when looking at your own creative output? How can you use content curation to feed your subconscious to come up with more ideas? This and more are gone over within this episode. Show notes here with suggested content ...…
 
In this weeks podcast episode I bring together ideas from past guests and solidify towards some primary creative habits. These are habits that "should" be in place regardless of what medium you are working with. Although I do recognize creativity is wide open, just as with exercise or sports there are basic moves or primal movements that are ke ...…
 
Scott Markowitz has, "edited thousands of TV commercials, corporate videos, news pressers, explainer videos, and hundreds of TV episodes." In this podcast episode Scott talks about What lights to get on a budget and how to soften them like professional lights How to use an older iPhone to get audio and the trick to syncing it up with your video ...…
 
Is video really the last part of the storytelling process or should you also be using it to help you flesh out your initial story? In this episode I look at a couple of techniques to help you do the latter. Check out the show notes here.
 
This weeks podcast episode has to do with storytelling as the foundation to connect you and what you create to an audience. There are a couple of Kickstarter examples used to showcase how some are compelling others to fund their project. There is something tangible that happens when you delve into your story and figure out why you crafted somet ...…
 
Now that 2017 is here there are a lot of people thinking of fresh perspectives, new goals and so on. I suggest in this podcast episode that instead you take a look at your own creative cycles instead both on a macro and micro level. Also in this podcast episode is a look at changing up and making Creative Habits Podcast a little more interactiv ...…
 
Mark Hochwender has been practicing psychotherapy and Naturopathy for 30+ years with particular focus on constraints of deep conditioning. Recently Mark has written a book called Hijacked by Fear which helps others understand and overcome fear coming from a series of experience filters built up over time. By releasing these filters most are abl ...…
 
Podcasts are podcasts and songs are songs but what if you combined the two together? This episode is a first attempt at doing just that by combining quotes and music together. Half of the music is by Martijn de Boer (Relativity Press): http://ccmixter.org/people/NiGiD and the other half from my friend Mathew. Podcast show notes here.…
 
Gary Genetti has over 36 years in designing and making glass art. Recently he has expanded his skills to include glass fusing and kiln forming. Alongside his daughter, Gary started an upcycle glass project called Junkyard Glass making beautiful products from recycled car windows (an example is here on Amazon). In this podcast episode Gary talks ...…
 
Hans Hageman is currently a copywriter and teacher living in NY however there is a north star he follows which transcends his many careers. Going to his website you will find a message of hope that combines cooperation and community with a hint of pirate rebellion, "You are here because you don’t believe that a government or a large corporation ...…
 
Darieth Chisolm is a former NBC News Anchor, entrepreneur, author, speaker and business coach. She has an online video podcast show which is called Hustle & Heart TV full of some amazing interviews. Although there are no new episodes of Hustle and Heart TV, as you will hear on the podcast Darieth may start a audio only podcast in the very near ...…
 
Dawn Casey-Rowe runs the website CaféCasey.com and is the author of Don't Sniff the Glue: A Teacher's Misadventures in Education Reform, Gross and Awesome Bug Book - An Interactive Guide, T-Rex tries to annoy Mom, and Paronella Park. In this podcast episode she talks about how she juggles and combines ideas from being an author, teacher and par ...…
 
Tim Weedon talks about connecting to youth and music through the Modern Soul Academy a program he started and ran for almost 10 years. Now in DC he continues his work helping youth not only connect to music but also technology.
 
This week is a review of some past guests where I uncover over 10 creative hacks. Some are similar with a different perspective however all of them are worthwhile. Like a particular idea? Listen to each full episode for more. Show notes with links to full episodes here.
 
Blogging Heroes: Interviews with 30 of the World's Top Bloggers by Michael A Banks was written in 2008 however the collective strategies shared by these bloggers are still relevant today for any kind of content. Quotes shared and then deconstructed with ideas for implementing. Show notes here.
 
There is a state of being where focus on a task makes everything else fall away. That is the state of flow and it's often elusive however in The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance, Steven Kotler deconstructs flow and along the way provides us a roadmap for getting into the flow state more consistently. The epis ...…
 
Emily Ann Peterson is a singer, song-writer, teaching artist, creative entrepreneur and podcaster (Bare Naked Bravery). Not long ago Emily experienced a hand tremor that disrupted her ability to play cello. She describes how she pivoted to make the most of the change. She also describes co-creating with yoga classes, creative personality, marke ...…
 
Melinda Hammond reveals the benefits of living in a caravan while traveling the Australian outback. This is especially true with writing and the connection to landscapes and characters in those spaces. Plus you get to hear about her new course teaching kids and young adults the craft of story writing.…
 
Danielle Krysa is The Jealous Curator and host of the podcast Art for Your Ear. Krysa has a new book coming out in October called Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk. Here in this episode of The Creative Habits Podcast she shares some tools for combating your inner critic so that weight is lifted off your shoulders allowing you more freedom to crea ...…
 
Sharon Jackson is a writer and owns the website path42 where she helps others recognize that, "life is not a narrow path but a sprawling landscape waiting to be discovered." That discovery is a process and there is help along the way. Help is what Sharon Jackson provides through free courses that help you be successful and more: http://www.path ...…
 
Code of the Extraordinary Mind Written by Vishen Lakihani Founder of Mindvalley. Liberate your life from culture bound rules and transcend to a creative life. There is a dark side to personal and cultural habits that limit what's possible. The book covers ideas for identifying those limitations and then tools to overcome them. Show Notes Here.…
 
Matt Peet mainly shoot events such as weddings talks about the craft and provides tips on using video. He has some great ideas for how to approach a video project without using a story board. He is usually moving fast with wedding photography and will sometimes do same day productions. Matt Peet's company is called Re-Peet Productions found her ...…
 
Mary-Jo Dionne has been a copy writer for years for some top agencies along with being a performer (see a clip here), speaker and podcaster. She provides some practical tools for navigating the creative life among insights that could transform the way you celebrate "making it". Show notes are here.
 
A bit of wisdom from Be Bad First a book by Erika Andersen and The Inevitable by Kevin Kelly. How does the continued pace of technology effect artists and entrepreneurs alike? Show notes here.
 
Angus Nelson (a speaker at the Podcast Movement in Chicago!) announces his new book, provides thoughts on writing, the creative process, future of work and more. Angus Nelson provides a corporate perspective with a bit of heart. Show notes here.
 
Selling art online is essential for either getting started or evening out events, craft shows and holidays. Before you go dishing out cash for a new website though, consider getting onto Amazon Handmade instead. Listen to the show for more on why the handmade section on Amazon is essential for most artists.…
 
Warrior Mind is a book by Dick Morgan. Although the main focus of the book is upon the martial arts, there is a lot of it that translates well to being an artist (think the War of Art by Steven Pressfield now a proven classic). This episode provides a few quotes from the book to ponder and actually apply this to your day to day. Show notes here ...…
 
In this episode go over the 100 day challenge and how it can be used to move through procrastination. Show notes here (includes links to any material used in the show).
 
This week’s podcast is with Megan Gray whose website is DaysWithTheGrays.com. Megan is a photographer, painter and homeschooling mother living in NJ. She and her family have chosen to be car free! It is interesting how that choice has improved her ability to lessen distractions and stay focused on her painting and family. Show notes are here.…
 
Madeline Holler writes on parenting with articles that have appeared on Babble, Salon, NY Times, Mom.me and others. Babble is where she started. She continues to write in around parenting although is now collaborating towards a screen play with a friend of hers who is a fiction writer. She took a moment to talk about her creative habits as a jo ...…
 
Alix Macey is a broadcaster, voice-over artist and writer with awebsite at AlixBMacey.com.She has written two funny, incredibly quirky children’s magical fantasy adventure books. She tooksome time out to talk from England about her creative habits andher journey into writing after formerly working for the BBC.Although there are a few highlights ...…
 
Kevin Tobosa runs a media company and has a background working in the corporate setting. For the last three years he worked as a creative director for a health care organization. He describes it as creative work on demand where he lead brainstorming and ideation sessions throughout the organization. Kevin worked with physicians, hospital manage ...…
 
Michael Adams is the co-founder of Gredio a web application for small food companies and owns Green Mountain Mustard available to 100 retailers across New England. He also has a personal blog atMicAdams.com. Michael also has a new ebook coming out called the Ultimate Guide to Co-Packaging. Enjoy and if you like what you hear, please leave a rev ...…
 
Four in the morning rolls around as a magic hour when Tania turns on some Mudvayne and writes. It is a time when she finds focus without family distractions and kids. The lyrics and beat of the music gets the brain going although for more power writing she goes “with creative zen or brain entrainment for the heavy hitting stuff.” Her writing co ...…
 
Anthony Lombardi and Laura Grosso are husband and wife painters living in Rome, Italy. They took a moment to talk about their creative habits. Go to here for highlights and links from the show. Enjoy and if you like what you hear, please leave a review in iTunes!
 
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