Best Haml podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Screencasts that simplify complex topics for designers and ‘artsy’ topics for developers.
 
Hosted by Dan Balser, Advertising Department Head at The Creative Circus in Atlanta, this is a biweekly conversation about advertising. But it’s not just about the industry; it’s about the people in it.
 
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The CDNify podcast covers all things tech, startup, web performance and acceleration. You'll love it!
 
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Jason, copywriter on the iconic “Get a Mac” campaign, is now Sr. VP, Chief, Creative Development at RPA in Los Angeles.
 
Recorded live with the MOJO Ad Capstone group at University of Missouri, this was an insightful chat with some very intelligent questions from the audience.
 
On making the right moves, effort, and bringing more to every project
 
Dan (AD) and Mike (CW) share thoughts on partnerships, juniors, and being interesting.
 
Making. Heebie-jeebies avoidance. Freelancing. Inspiration from peeves. Three definitions of the word "hit."
 
One of the critiques of my reading is the question around how much information could possibly stick if I’m reading more than 52 self-help, business books in a year. The truth is that many of them don’t stick. A bunch of the books feel like repeat information and have a single chapter that stands out as better than others I’ve r ...…
 
I wrote about what my routines are recently, one of the reasons I started with them was because I wasn’t getting to my review process. When I didn’t get to my review process I found that I’d spend the night flustered or the weekend with some nagging feeling like the whole house of card ...…
 
Visiting from KC, Katy and Cady share thoughts on looking at books, inspriration, religion, leaps of faith, the creative process, and staying in discovery mode.
 
Convenience, however, often comes at the expense of understanding. The less time you spend examining things, the less you know about them. When it comes to understanding how you spend your life, it’s important to slow down and take the time. – The Bullet Journal Method In 2018 I launched a new podcast called Should I Read It. My thinking was th ...…
 
The creator of "Stong is the New Pretty" discusses finding your creative outlet, collaboration, soccer, the purpose of her work, and ASMR.
 
One of the books I’m working through is The Bullet Journal Method. Early in the book as Ryder Carroll started to talk about why you use the journal he had three great questions you need to ask yourself with your tasks. They are: Where are you now? Do you want to be where you are? If not, why do you want to move on? In today’s podcast I’m going ...…
 
A few weeks back I wrote about 6 tips the Overwhelmed Creative can use to get control again. In response to that my friend Rafal sent me some of his tips for bringing focus back to your life. Rafal runs Sandbox Rim and it’s a great site that I have in my RSS reader. Here are the four actions he identified as helping him deal with overwhelm. doi ...…
 
The importance of mentorship, navigating agency politics, developing empathy, career navigation, the future of the industry, having a life partner who is also a creative, first-job advice
 
Last week I talked about the planning you need to do with your spouse and your life if you want to run a successful freelance business. Today, we’re going to dive into what it looks like to be in control of your time so that you can run the business you want to run. Projects will take longer than you think You won’t bill 8 hour days You need to ...…
 
The Argentine photographer and director discusses philosophy, finding your voice, watching 200 movies a year, self-doubt, wabi-sabi, collaboration, and Zac Brown.
 
So you want to go freelance. I get it, running your own business can offer so much freedom. It can also crash and burn if you don’t have a plan. Today I talk about these things that you need to have in your plan before you get going: Plan some savings, ideally 6 months Get your partner or spouse on board Choose some billing software to use Choo ...…
 
After talking with Adam Warner a few months back I’ve had a number of people reach out to say that they enjoyed the interview and Adam’s perspective on moving from Foo Plugins to Sitelock. Today we’re continuing in the same vein as I talk to Matt Medeiros. Matt is a founder of Slocum Studios along with his father. Right in the middle of running ...…
 
On shifting and rebalancing, insight, what kind of work should be in your book, and being a minority in advertising
 
I was listening to The Tim Ferriss Show on my morning run and the interview with Howard Marks continually made me think of how often we get over confident when we talk to clients. We do this because we want to win the work, but are we doing them a disservice? What should we be saying to them instead of “yes I can do that”? Would it help us win ...…
 
I had a question come in and it went: Should I brand myself as me, or should I get a company name that’s really just me? I’ve done both actually. My coaching is under my own name and my WordPress Membership Development Business is under SFNdesign. Watch or listen to today’s episode as I go just a bit deeper with this.…
 
Making the right moves, being out of control of the situation, listening, strategy, and the love of production
 
Sept 15th I ran my second 50km race, commonly called an Ultra Marathon because it’s longer than a marathon. Unfortunately this year I fell off a cliff at the end of July and messed up my ankle. That meant I was coming in to the race with two months of mostly no training. I had a single 27km run as a long run the weekend before and that run suck ...…
 
In Clockwork they have a metric called ACDC and inside those 4 areas you need to track one thing to make sure that your business is running smoothly. Today we’re going to talk about what ACDC is and give a few examples of things you might track to make sure that your business is running well. Attract Convert Deliver Collect Purchase Clockwork o ...…
 
The former copywriter talks about starting out; finding your tribe; the plight of the editor; knowing, and then making, relevant, historic work; a moment with Steve Jobs; and collaboration.
 
In my reading recently I came across the three articles linked below all of which have me thinking about the hamster wheel that we all participate in to some extent. This is the hamster wheel of content creation. Image/brand building. Showing our life off to others in an effort to … what? I’ve been killing way too much time on Instagram because ...…
 
First the question is, when is the right time to become a freelance developer? start working for someone else to learn the basics of your industry build out a plan to move out on your own negotiate with your spouse if you have one specialize and keep refining what you’re going to do Watch the video or subscribe to the podcast to get the whole s ...…
 
The adjustments to the first job. Caring. Work/life balance. And some great answers to familiar questions.
 
I get why people ask this question, they just don’t have a name yet. No one knows that they provide their services. The thing that Upwork and similar sites provide is clients looking for people to do work. Drawbacks to Upwork and similar sites clients often racing to lower pricing you’re competing with lots of others you’re going to clients so ...…
 
Today is an early/extra episode of The Smart Business Show. I’m excited to announce the launch of my new book The Art of Focus. It’s free today on Amazon at: https://curtismchale.ca/recommends/the-art-of-focus We’re talking about the things I did as a rest in the midst of a book launch because resting is one of the most important things you can ...…
 
Of course the answer starts with “it depends”. What software is the default option in your desired field of work? If you need to use Photoshop, then you’re on macOS or Windows. If you mainly need terminal then macOS and Linux are Unix based systems so you have a good terminal. I think that this question brings up a bigger one though, which oper ...…
 
Walrus's co-founder discusses the importance of entertainment, judging work, internal presentations, taking feedback, and spending a whole career at just two agencies.
 
I encountered this question in a Slack channel recently: Do you schedule time for social media? The short answer is no, I don’t schedule time for social media. social media is so much more noise than marketing now social media is not good creative work social media sucks your time away from stuff you should be doing I schedule time to not be on ...…
 
I get why people wonder what type of job they should be having at any stage in life. Are you ready to be a CEO, not at 24, but how do you position yourself properly to win well later in life? There are some advantages to working for someone else. learning on their dime don’t have to worry about where the next paycheque is coming from there is o ...…
 
You have a great idea. Now, what? That and many other insights from two young, award-winning, articulate, and intelligent creatives. Big thanks, also, to Jim Sugar Automotive, Home of the Sweet Deal™
 
When you’re just starting to get out there on your own it’s a hard road to get profitable. To do that you need to start bringing in clients. Today we’re going to talk about the best ways to find clients as a freelancer. Who do you want? The first questions are actually, who do you want to serve? Who is your ideal client? What type of projects d ...…
 
In my upcoming book The Art of Focus, I do some of my most serious writing. In fact I wrote about my thoughts of suicide before I told my wife where I was really at. I tried to have that discussion over and over again and there was just never a right time to become more of a burden. Today I’m going to talk a bit about the support system I have ...…
 
Visiting from SF and Minneapolis, the CDs talk about getting out of the comfort zone, how to concept, transitioning from CW to CD, and going about your business through ups and downs.
 
I recently had someone reach out to find out what my daily hours looked like. Here were the questions specifically. How many billable hours do you aim for in a day? How many hours of exercise per day? How do you handle disruptions to your schedule? (e.g. do you plan for some leeway in your daily/weekly schedule to deal with the unexpected?) How ...…
 
This is based off an answer I gave on Quora. Figure out what you’re going to do. – what are you good at now? – what will people pay for? – what is the target market you’re looking at? 2. Where will you offer your services? – is Upwork worth it? – what about testing your ideas on Fivver – build your own site and use it as the hub of your work 3. ...…
 
The creative team behind Snickers' "You're not yourself when you're hungry" campaign discuss their 22-year partnership, successes and lessons learned.
 
Without action, knowledge is often meaningless. As Aristotle put it, to be excellent we cannot simply think or feel excellent, we must act excellently. Yet the action required to follow through on what we know is often the hardest part. That’s why even doctors know better than anyone the importance of exercise and diet, 44 percent of them are o ...…
 
I was reminded of this fact this week. Here you can see where I was. My reading spot by the river I sat there for a few hours and read then sent some emails and did some writing on my phone. I broke out my journal and thought about my business without listening to any music unless it was provided by the world around me.…
 
From a noisy room in the New York office, Katie and Dan discuss adjustments from school to the real world, autopilot vs. inspiration, finding the truth and playing to your strengths.
 
Bad clients happen. They still happen to me and I have a long developed client vetting process. The thing is, each time it happens it’s your fault. You missed something about them that should have tipped you off. You rush through to the proposal so you didn’t have time to get to know them. Don’t sweat the bad clients. Get the work done and then ...…
 
Rather than scrambling to meet an impossible deadline, work to your normal pace. The amount of work you can do is constant — the only real question is which work to do. – Extreme Programming I had a coaching client who worked every weekend. He always felt like he couldn’t get ahead so kept spinning and spinning to try and move faster than the i ...…
 
The thoughtful, intelligent young writer discusses her adjustments from undergrad to portfolio school to a real job, the love of writing, and how to email.
 
The new definition of success is not about the most revenue, employees, and office space but the most profit, generated through the fewest employees and with the least expensive office space. – Profit First How have you define success in the past? For me it’s sometimes been owning the latest and greatest Apple product. Finding the perfect singl ...…
 
Sure, some of the people in a market have considered you (and even rejected you). But most of the people in the market have never even heard of you. The market doesn’t have just one mind. Different people in the market are seeking different things. – The Dip They haven’t heard of you because you’re a lame duck. Your marketing material is bland, ...…
 
The Creative CIrcus alumnus and former copywriter shares thoughts on his adjustment from school to a top agency, segueing from copywriting to film directing, and the advice to "make it until you make it."
 
Today I’m talking about the achievements we have. Don’t gauge them against what others are doing. Gauge them against where you are and your goals. Stop minimizing your achievements. Celebrate them.
 
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