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Best Freelance Creative podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Freelance Creative podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Creative Introvert Podcast is the podcast for creatives, makers, artists and entrepreneurs who prefer to work solo. Cat Rose digs deep into the struggles creative introverts face and provides you with actionable tips every week. Topics tackled include: battling fear, increasing confidence, self-promotion without feeling sleazy, and overcoming procrastination.
 
The creative innovation podcast. Arrest All Mimics is a creative industry insights show hosted by illustrator, author and art-director Ben Tallon. Supported by http://illustrationx.com & The Association Of Illustrators http://theaoi.com We bring you the inside story from the most exciting people and projects across the creative industries. Contact Ben on hello@bentallon.com Tweet us at @arrestallmimics and subscribe on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast ...
 
Freelancing? Being boss of your own life and business can be tough and isolating. But it can also be totally rewarding. Pick up tips, advice and thoughts on how to make it as a freelancer by hearing other freelancers share their experience. You're not alone being freelance. Hosted by Steve Folland. www.beingfreelance.com
 
Want to find an audience online for your creative work? Hashtag Authentic is a weekly podcast exploring the secrets to online success for dreamers, makers and creatives. With practical tips and inspiring stories, Sara Tasker of 'Me & Orla' (Instagram: @me_and_orla) guides you through the lessons and strategies she used to grow her 300k+ audience and six-figure business online. Tune in every Wednesday for analysis and interviews with trailblazing creatives, for an insider's view of all things ...
 
Kaleigh Moore and Paul Jarvis talk about all things related to the business of freelancing. We’re talking clients. Pricing. Landing projects. Getting paid. Managing revisions (endless revisions). Finding clients and connecting with them in a way that feels right for you. If you’re like most freelancers, it’s the business stuff that keeps you awake at night, not the actual writing, programming or designing. That’s where the Creative Class podcast comes in. Kaleigh and Paul have over 20 years ...
 
Brian Clark is a serial digital entrepreneur who's started several 7-figure businesses -- and one 8-figure business that was recently acquired. Drawing upon his own 20-year evolution from solo to CEO (and back again), Brian provides compelling stories and actionable strategies for ambitious freelancers and creative entrepreneurs looking to live the "7-Figure Small" lifestyle. Notable guests include Seth Godin, Dan Pink, Jenny Blake, Tim Ferriss, Henry Rollins, Laura Roeder, Michael Stelzner, ...
 
Being Boss is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs, freelancers, and side-hustlers, whether you're wanting to quit your day job or have been your own boss for a while now. Authors and "business besties" Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon dig into the mindset, habits, routines, boundaries, branding, marketing tactics, business strategies, systems, and processes that help you make money doing what you love. Join us as we interview bosses such as Brené Brown, Brooke Castillo, Marie Forleo, Ram ...
 
Join SonicScoop's Justin Colletti and guests to explore best practices for running a creative business in audio, music and other creative fields. From tips and tutorials on music production and audio engineering, to business masterclasses, interviews with heavy hitting producers, engineers, researchers, journalists, creative entrepreneurs and more, the weekly SonicScoop podcast is unlike any other.
 
Welcome to the Onward Creatives Podcast. A weekly podcast bridging the gap between creativity and business. This podcast is for the creative entrepreneur, the one's who dare, dream and do. Each week I help you find clarity and take action so you can make a living doing what you love. The journey onward starts here.
 
Stories of news, creativity and the internet, told to Suchandrika Chakrabarti | Shortlisted: Best Host at The Lovie Awards (the European Webby Awards) 2019 | Heard on BBC Radio 4 | Newsletter: suchandrika.substack.com | Instagram: @freelancepod | Twitter: @freelance_pod_
 
Welcome to The Creative Key, a podcast hosted by, me, Laura Medley (@laurmedley). I am a YouTuber, student and in my spare time, I freelance digital media work. I've created this podcast as a safe space where I will talk about topics such as mental health, productivity, the law of attraction, business and social media. I will have both solo episodes, as well as interview episodes with some inspiring creatives that will share some of their expertise. This podcast is the hub for advice and sel ...
 
The SquaredCo Podcast features conversations with creatives about art, design, pop culture and whatever nonsense comes to mind. Join hosts Mark Morris (Creative Director) and Jerrod Maruyama (Freelance Illustrator and Character Designer) as they talk to some of the biggest names from the creative world.
 
"Freelancing is like running your own business." Heard that before? You've got to handle cash flow, client management, project management and you now supply your own 'employee' benefits. This is all while building your name up as a trustworthy business and getting more clients. And there are also bigger things to worry about. Between AI, the blockchain, and whatever Elon Musk is up to—automation and digital technology aren’t just changing the big companies, but are impacting our everyday liv ...
 
Are you a designer struggling to find your way in the modern world? Learn how to make a dent in the creative universe with Tom Ross, Ian Barnard, Dustin Lee and Lisa Glanz. Each of your hosts have found tremendous success in their own creative fields. They’re here to give you a completely honest, under the hood look at what it takes to flourish in this crazy creative vocation! You’ll discover actionable tips to land more clients, find your style, successfully brand yourself, and ultimately f ...
 
Brendan O'Meara is an author and journalist. The Creative Nonfiction Podcast is a weekly podcast that showcases leaders in narrative journalism, essay, memoir, documentary film, and radio. Brendan teases out the origins, habits, routines, and tactics these masters—Pulitzer Prize winners, New York Times bestsellers—use so that listeners can apply those tools to their own work.
 
Illustration Hour is a long-form interview podcast about the craft and business of illustration and design hosted by illustrator Julia Dufossé. With the help of successful illustrators, designers and art directors, we unpack how you can ideate better, learn new skills, keep yourself fresh, promote yourself and your work, and maintain a profitable freelance business. You'll learn industry secrets and tips on self-promotion, contract negotiation, portfolios and income streams from today's most ...
 
Motion Hatch is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by veteran motion designer Hayley Akins, discussing the business side of animation and motion design that so many creatives struggle with. Offering quality practical advice and insight for freelance, full-time or aspiring animators, illustrators and motion designers, hear from a wide range of voices within the industry, including how leading animators started out, tips on managing your business and career advice. For more info on how to take control ...
 
Real-life and raw startup stories from the frontline of successful business. Hosted by business coach and founder of StartUp Creative, Kaylene Langford, these episodes are packed with invaluable how-to advice, resources, recommendations and inspiration for up-and-coming startups, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Feel empowered in the knowledge that managing a business you love isn’t a pipedream but rather an opportunity waiting to come to life. It simply requires persistence, sleep deprivation ...
 
Friends With Business Benefits hosted by Charlie Swift and Franky Shanahan is a podcast for creatives who crave connection, understanding and support. Hello, we are Charlie and Franky, two self-employed business owners living in Bristol in the south-west of England. Franky runs a copywriting business called Love Audrey, helping brands and creative businesses find their voice and tell their story online. As a business mentor, Charlie helps clients find clarity and confidence in their creative ...
 
Small Business Boss takes you behind-the-scenes of running a business as a freelancer, creative or consultant with a focus on fluff-free lessons to help you grow your own business and get paid. If you work with clients, this show will help you get more clients, make more money and keep your clients coming back for more! The show is hosted by Scoop Studios' Maggie Patterson. You can learn more about Small Business Boss at http://www.smallbusinessboss.co and get access to all of our shows at h ...
 
My name is Nancy Miller, and I'm an illustrator and art teacher in Georgia. I'm interested in other artists and how they stay motivated and keep passionate about their own work. How they sell and market themselves. How do you balance your home, creative, and work life? I will be documenting my own creative process in these podcasts. Thanks for listening.
 
If you're an artist, designer, illustrator or photographer, whether you freelance, have a side project or work for someone else, The Creative Boom Podcast is full of fun and honest conversations with creative people that will inspire. There'll be many laughs, a few tears but plenty of advice and insight to help you in your creative career. Hosted by Katy Cowan, founder and editor of Creative Boom, a magazine she launched in 2009 to celebrate, inspire and support the creative community.
 
Turn your hobby and freelance work into a profitable business. Whether you are a creative entrepreneur, small business owner or creativity is your side hustle join Marina Barayeva and the show guests to discuss the hottest topics about how to grow your business. Make your marketing easier by applying the strategies of experienced entrepreneurs and have more time to do the work you love. From offline and online marketing to building your personal brand so you can become a recognized expert. M ...
 
At The Productivity Show we believe you should get your important things done without having to sacrifice your health, family and things that matter to you. This is a weekly podcast where we show you ways to save time, increase your productivity and happiness. We cover topics such as goal setting, time management, personal development and efficiency. Listen to our podcast today and start doubling your productivity.
 
Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. It was born after your hosts, two serial side project addicts, saw a gap in the podcast market for a conversational show about design and the issues young creatives face, that was hosted by two females. This show aims to tackle the big issues designers face like getting paid, overcoming a creative block or managing time, to name a few. We want to open up discussion about things we wish we heard people talk about ...
 
Design Domination is a graphic design business podcast that helps freelance graphic designers adjust their mindset, become more business savvy and sharpen their creative skills, so they get more respect and command higher rates. If you're a logo designer, print designer or web designer looking to make a successful living freelancing, you will benefit from Colleen's real-world expertise in branding, publication design and layout, website design and design business. You'll also hear from other ...
 
Bryan Collins from Become a Writer Today reveals how to start and build a profitable writer career. In interviews with New York Times best-selling authors and entrepreneurs, he reveals book marketing strategies, writing tips, self-publishing advice and more. He also unpicks the creative process behind top authors, writers and books.This popular writing podcast mixes up interviews and solo episodes packed full of practical advice for freelance writers, bloggers, indie authors and non-fiction ...
 
You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with specific tactics, then this show could be just what you need.
 
Rebecca L. Weber coaches with the sustainable strategies, mindset shifts, and creative skills development she uses to help independent writers around the world. If you’ve got what it takes to make it as a freelance writer, but struggle with confidence, imposter syndrome, overwhelm, procrastination, time management, writer’s block, improving your craft, marketing, pitching, underearning, pursuing meaning in your work, or getting in your own way, this is the writing podcast for you. Learn, gro ...
 
Recorded and produced in Singapore, This Freelancer LIfe is a Podcast from Reels Asia, a leading Production Resource for Media Industry in Singapore for Creative Freelancers. Each episode we sit down with a well known freelancer and talk about what they're up to, how they started their career, what advice they'd like to give to their younger self, and share an industry story or two.
 
Building a career in the music business is hard. When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights talent in the music business so they can share their expertise with you. Thus far into my career I’ve been able to build a strong network of connections and knowledge within the music business, including musicians, songwriters, publicists, label owners, business owners, distributors/aggregators, managers, and more.
 
How is it that two opposites can share the same brain? Pete, from Melbourne, Australia, Jen, from New York City, USA. Pete, at 6”7’, Jen, at 5”1”. Pete, the human periscope, Jen, the human stethoscope. Pete, the millennial, Jen, the Gen-X. Pete, at inbox zero, Jen, at inbox chaos. Pete, who wears jumpers, Jen, who wears sweaters. The Long and The Short Of It is a product of these differences. It’s a weekly podcast for curious folks ready to explore the art and science of being human from eve ...
 
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Describing herself as a "maker of things", Danielle Rhoda is a freelance illustrator and animator based in Manchester, UK. Originally from Poland and "partly raised" in Nottingham, she calls herself a northerner at heart after graduating from the Manchester School of Art in 2018 and deciding to settle in the city. We talk about how she's finding se…
 
Experts warn the greatest economic casualty of the pandemic will be small and medium-sized firms. We check in with Genesis Motion Design’s Benjamin Ang about impact of covid-19 on his business. How are local companies adapting to remote working? What can creative companies do to survive the economic uncertainty? Welcome to our new resilience series…
 
I had the pleasure of interviewing Josh Cleland a freelance illustrator based out of Portland, Oregan. Here is a little bit about Josh. Since 2009 I’ve been creating high-quality, fun illustrations for clients all over the world including Highlights for Children magazine, Storytime magazine, Pinterest, and Wieden & Kennedy. My whimsical illustratio…
 
"That was always my understanding that if you want to be a freelance journalist, you're probably going to have to do a lot of things that you don't want to do. So it creates time space, resources for you to dig into the things that you want to do," says Wudan Yan, @wudanyan on Twitter. This episode is sponsored by Scrivener, created by writers, for…
 
Freelance writer and author Flora Baker has combined memoir and a self-help guide in her first book, The Adult Orphan Club. Flora lost her mother at 20, and her father at 30, just a few years ago. We 'met' via the Young Orphans Whatsapp group, although thanks to lockdown we have not yet met in person. After her mother's death, Flora went travelling…
 
"Complaining about not achieving success despite working hard is like complaining about an ice cube not melting when you heated it from 25 to 31 degrees. All the action happens at 32 degrees." - James Clear _ Every degree counts. Just because the ice cube hasn't melted at 26, 27, 28 doesn't mean you didn't need those steps to get to 32. This is the…
 
Writing words that sell. That's your primary job as a copywriter. But, there's a bit more to it than that. Jack Stafford set up his copywriting agency The Copywriter Collective back in 2002. His copywriting agency employs copywriters and works with clients around the world. In this week's interview, he explains what a copywriter does, how to find a…
 
This episode is about design, innovation and research in the Creative Industries and features indie games company Brain & Nerd’s Tina Lauro Pollock and founder of The Photography Ethics Centre Savannah Dodd....TINA LAURO POLLOCKBRAIN & NERDTina Lauro Pollock is the producer, co-founder and co-director of indie games studio Brain & Nerd. The studio …
 
Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers.On this week’s episode, Jacob talks to Blue Peter’s newest presenter Mwaksy Mudenda about taking on a flagship show from her bedroom and Bethany Wells, a theatre designer who has set up a micro grant scheme for artists ineligible for other support. He also hea…
 
We’re back for our first episode since March, catching up and sharing what life and business has been like for us both during lockdown. During this midyear check-in, we chat about finding a balance between taking bold leaps in business and working slowly but surely towards long-term goals. This episode includes… - A quick check-in with our 2020 goa…
 
To celebrate 1200 episodes of Adventures In Design. Mark wanted to record some podcast episodes with the Circle of Trust. Today's second episode was recorded live on Twitch with Mark's new friends over in the Twitch chat. Hear Mark's advice on how to set goals, how to start creating personal work, that will inform your future, and let out his big s…
 
Freelance life can go from feast to famine in an instant. As a Motion Designer, it can be easy to get discouraged when your business is down. Plus, even when you have a project, there’s no guarantee that you’ll have work waiting when it’s done. That’s why I love consistent clients. In this solo episode, I want to talk to you about what it takes to …
 
Emily is taking this special episode to recap the wisdom that was dropped during the virtual Being Boss Conference back in April. You’ll hear from Tara McMullin on why you should still promote your business in uncertain times, Autumn Witt Boyd on a very creative marketing idea, Vivian Kaye on the importance of displaying your passion in your busine…
 
Sean Giovanni is a sonic storyteller and owner of The Record Shop, a multimedia production company and recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee. To date, he’s worked with artists like Lil Jon, Big & Rich, Tim McGraw, Juicy J, and many others. In addition, he’s been a speaker at the NAMM show, Grammy Camp, SAE, Belmont University, MTSU, and a number…
 
Today I’m talking about how the word NO can turn your life around and get you on the road to success. For a full transcript of this episode please go to the official website https://www.filmproproductivity.com/ QUOTES: Saying no is very near the top of the productivity techniques that I use most often – Learn to say ‘no’ to the good so you can say …
 
Have you ever noticed that at the end of a long web conferencing call like on Zoom or Teams, you feel way more drained than if it was an in-person meeting? The term for this is “Zoom Fatigue”, and even if you use another tool like Microsoft Teams or Skype, it’s a real thing and a lot of us are feeling it these days. In this episode, we’re going to …
 
Are you stumped on the idea of using SEO to build your freelance website? In this episode, my guest Jason Berkotwiz, SEO expert and Founder & SEO Director of Break The Web, shares about SEO for your website, providing SEO services, having an agency, and using virtual assistants to stay on track with day-to-day tasks. You’ll hear how to utilize SEO …
 
My best learning opportunities have always come from seeing how other people do things. You know, the real nitty gritty of what they’re doing, and not the shiny social media version. On this episode of the Small Business Boss podcast, I'm sharing a deep dive that examines how I really spend my time. Get the inside scoop right here: https://smallbus…
 
Today we talk product design methodologies. Over the course of any project you have to first decide the development methodology to follow and stick to. You want a design methodology that is adaptive and flexible. The main idea underlying the different methodologies is ‘how to break down complex projects into manageable and executable chunks’. Which…
 
This episode of The Creative Introvert has come about from my personal, recent experience with "re-branding" (I also cover why I'm so averse to that word) and the tips I have for you, if you're feeling like you have outgrown your current "brand" and want to give it a refresh. I've also made a handy dandy little pdf guide to guide you through the st…
 
I talked with author Michael Mammay on this episode of My Creative Life. About Michael. Michael Mammay is a science fiction writer. He is a retired army officer and a graduate of the United States Military Academy. He has a master’s degree in military history, and he currently teaches American literature. He is a veteran of Desert Storm, Somalia, a…
 
After she hit the ten-year mark in her freelance career, Marge took a step back to reassess. She hired a business coach and began reflecting on her values, her ideal clients and the way she structures her time. In the process, she discovered the power of choice. The choice to work with clients who share her values. To take a month off every summer.…
 
A friend of mine shared with me awhile ago that she felt like she was finally accepting herself. She said, "I'm beginning to give myself permission to take up space in the world." I think that is a beautiful realization for us all. Our lives and experiences have molded us to have certain fears and insecurities that hold us back from taking our spac…
 
When I started my new newsletter 100% Unfinished, I studied how the experts do it. One person who knows a lot about profitable newsletters is Terry Godier of Indie Mailer, a membership community for newsletter owners. He also runs the popular newsletter for digital marketers Panop.ly. In this episode, we cover: Why every nonfiction writer should st…
 
This season has been filled with plenty long days. I've felt overwhelmed and I sure you have at times too. So what do we do? I am going to get some separation from my work. I think getting a fresh perspective is the best thing we can do. Work as hard as possible to get some margin, instead of always letting work drip in. Where can you find some sep…
 
Systems help us make sense of messy projects. If we have good systems in place, it unlocks our creative output to be more consistent. A system could be a scheduled time to finish tasks or a list of best practices to follow in working on a project. Where do you think you can find and implement better systems today to support your creative goals? Nee…
 
Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers.This week he hears from author and podcaster Caroline O’Donoghue about publishing into a void and defining ourselves by our jobs, as well as Republic of Ireland and Nottingham Forest coach Andy Reid about the return of football. He also hears from Adam, a BT e…
 
If you're not sure what to do next, you're not alone. Think about 2020: COVID-19, social unrest, masks, hazmat suits, killer hornets, locusts, and the threat of a Nickelback reunion tour (not true but would definitely fit in 2020). Add to that the unemployment rate and the uncertainty and it's easy and perfectly normal to feel unsure. I have a solu…
 
We're all going through A LOT right now, and it's not always easy to stay on track with your business, or even your creative practice. In this week's episode, host Kyle Carpenter speaks with illustrator and designer Ben Lee about what creative life looks like during the pandemic, and even what it means to be creative when the world is, you know, ba…
 
We spotted a tweet recently that said instead of working from home we’re living at work, a sentiment we can agree with. If your self worth is attached to your work, now more than ever you might be experiencing feelings of being unworthy, but you are worth more than your work. In this episode we talk honestly about our jobs, side projects and attach…
 
Alex Bertulis-Fernandes is a comedian and writer. She's been doing stand-up for the past year, and she is writing a memoir while being mentored on the Penguin WriteNow mentoring scheme*. Alex and I met at the late, much-loved Clean Prose writers' space a few months ago, at a memoir-writing workshop taught by writer Cathy Rentzenbrink. Alex was actu…
 
How do you make sure that the business you start will be everything you want it to be? A business plan can help put you on the right path. Being Boss has partnered with Freshbooks to create a Business Plan Template; and in this episode, Emily walks you through every step of using that template to create your own business plan. Get full show notes f…
 
Hailing from The Netherlands, 24 year old front-man Sergio van den Heuvel's, best known by his stage name Seth Hills, passion has evidently manifested into something far greater than a hobby. Trying his hand at DJing and producing at the age of 15, within a short amount of time it became apparent Sergio's desire to translate his creative ideas into…
 
Your calendar is your most important productivity tool. It represents so much — what your commitments are, what your opportunities are, and what is going on in your life and your work. In fact, we’d even say that your calendar is the true reflection of your priorities. It represents what you ACTUALLY spend your time on, not what you WISH you spend …
 
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