Best Loveyourwork podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Reconnect with the most powerful fuel of all – the fuel of loving your work. Best-selling author and award-winning designer David Kadavy helps you make it as a creative entrepreneur. Find your creative voice, cultivate the mindset you need to succeed, and be the first to capitalize on new opportunities to make a living making your art. Every Thursday, David presents either a guest or his own learnings from his decade-plus career as a creative entrepreneur. Hear from titans of industry like f ...
 
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"Love your work, dude." It's a saying that started in our shop and now I'm spreading the word through this podcast. My name is Jeff Estes and I am an entrepreneur that has created, operated and sold successful independent businesses since 2013. Join me as we take an in-depth look into the world of makers, small business owners and start-ups across the country. I am providing resources and insight for those who want to push the envelope of what it means to be a small business owner. Find insp ...
 
I'm Jenn Swanson and this is my podcast called Careers by Jenn (formerly The Communication Diva Podcast.) I started podcasting as a hobby in 2012 on the broad topic of communication. At the time, I was teaching Human Relation Skills to college students in the healthcare field, and realized that what used to be "common sense" is not really all that common anymore, because communication skills are not intentionally taught much anymore. I didn't have enough class time to cover very much in dept ...
 
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What if success isn't about scaling up as big as possible? What if success is actually about the freedom to call your own shots? Paul Jarvis (@pjrvs) was asking himself these questions as he left the corporate world way back in the 90s. Now he works from his home in the woods on an island near Vancouver. He explores what he's learned in his new ...…
 
Do you sit all day at work? Did you know that sitting is the new smoking? Find out how to stay healthy even if you have to sit a lot in your job in this podcast episode.
 
In this episode Jeff and Patrick discuss the negative effects social media might be having on future generations and their overall outlook on life. From losing a sense of adventure in youth, to feeling defeated before you begin potential careers or investments, the guys talk about the dark side of online entertainment, media and mass social com ...…
 
To start off the New Year you can see that we're covering topics for how to improve oneself – stuff like staying focused or even staying secure in your digital life. This week, I'd like to share with you a workout protocol that I've been enjoying for staying fit AND healthy – which, as you'll see, are not the same thing. I've tried many differe ...…
 
Guest author and career coach Cindy Etsell offers some concrete advice in this episode on how to negotiate a job. Most of us don't, so find out why it's so important to do so and how to go about it.
 
In this episode, we interview Taylor Burgess of Cardboard Films, a videography outfit based in Nashville Tn. From the origins of their name to an unexpected conversation about a past client, this podcast speaks of honesty, integrity, and respect for all parties involved when running a small business.…
 
Chris Wilken (@whereswilken) is founder and CEO of Let's Fix Security. He takes a behavioral approach to thinking about security, trying to make good security practices easy to implement. As a small business owner and a person in general, I've been thinking more and more about how to stay secure online. As soon as you start trying to think abou ...…
 
In this episode Jeff Estes and Nate Akey team up with Nashville Pub and Coffee Shop, The Loading Dock, to acquire a new business opportunity located some 1.5 hours south of town. In the name of Nascar, beer and strange bumper stickers, we proudly bring you The Rolling Dock.
 
Smart phones are powerful. But with great power comes great potential to get off track. Smart phones are like a superpower. If you had x-ray vision, you wouldn't want to use it all of the time. I've discovered one simple thing to do with my smartphone. Since I started doing this, it's made me more productive than ever. Love Your Work is now ful ...…
 
Originally recorded in 2012, this popular episode encourages reflection on what you are thankful for, and talks about how gratitude can change your life in numerous ways.
 
In this episode, Patrick and Jeff discuss Holiday gift budgeting, the stresses of staying motivated at work and the looming government shutdown. Happy Holidays to all!
 
How was your 2018? Use some or all of these 25 questions to prompt a personal year-end self-reflection and to help you make plans for a successful and happy 2019.
 
Chris Bailey (@Chris_Bailey) had a crazy thought: What if, after graduating from college, instead of getting a job – what if instead he spent a year learning everything he could about productivity? Chris followed that crazy thought into a project he called "A Year of Productivity." That was five years ago, and Chris has now written two books: F ...…
 
December 15th is the three year anniversary of Love Your Work. I've often found that it takes three years to really accomplish something, so I get the sense that something big is around the corner. Then again, the podcast has recently become profitable, so maybe that big thing is already here. We often want results right away, but oftentimes, i ...…
 
Is a cover letter even a thing these days? Find out what it's for and why you should have a great one in this step-by-step how-to episode.
 
Small talk and holiday socializing can send the best of us running for home. Here's how to start compelling conversations easily, and avoid the awkward beginnings this holiday season.
 
When your life gets too comfortable, you stop taking risks. Loss aversion takes hold and you become complacent. You stop innovating. You stop being dynamic. By the time you realize you've become irrelevant, it's already too late to change. This is one of the main themes behind the work of Tyler Cowen (@tylercowen). Tyler writes one of the most ...…
 
In this Holiday special I have the honor and privilege of introducing you to my brothers. Mike Estes, Pete Estes and Andrew Wall have continuously influenced and inspired me through every aspect of my life. Take an inside look into the quirky nature of our relationship, interactions and how they have helped shape parts of who I am.…
 
Surprise, I sold my company! In this episode I interview our co-host, Ryan Patrick to gain insight into what it is to work for a company that is undergoing an acquisition.
 
Grant Pollock is a conversationalist who brings new insight to the other side of loving your work; when you’re not an entrepreneur. His outlook and positive attitude toward life impart a sense of happiness, force us to examine our true selves, and question our motives.
 
Stressed? Does it seem that life is zooming by and there's no time to get it all done? Where is the calm and the peace? Here are 9 ways to make the calm happen this holiday season or anytime!
 
We're wired to seek pleasure, and avoid pain. But to make it as a creator, you need to push yourself outside of your comfort zone. Many things that feel good about creating can hold you back, while many things that feel bad are powerful fuel. Stoicism is a philosophy that has been getting a lot of attention lately. Ryan Holiday, who we talked w ...…
 
First released in 2012, this episode about being passive is one of our most popular. Find out how to tell, why it's not great, and what to do about it if you default to passive behaviour.
 
Amber Rae (@heyamberrae] was on the wrong path. She was swept up in the hype of the Silicon Valley startup scene. She was working too many hours on too many projects. She pushed herself so hard, she drove herself into anxiety, addiction, and eventually triggered a seizure. But Amber was doing some writing on the side. That writing helped her di ...…
 
I regretfully have to cancel tonight's meetup in Chicago.
 
In this episode Jeff and Patrick discuss confidence. Identifying it in colleagues, yourself, clients and competition. From how we approach it to how we healthily grow it, we cover a pseudo sensitive topic that everyone struggles with from time to time, in business and in life.
 
One thing I've discovered in talking to many of my guests is that your creative voice doesn't magically appear in your mind. You have to put in the work, and then your voice emerges from that work. But to do that work, you have to keep your creative machinery working. You have to keep putting out work, and you have to keep cleaning out the wast ...…
 
Host better and more collaborative meetings and events using fresh methods of engaging deep and meaningful conversations that matter! This short podcast offers some reflections from a recent Art of Hosting workshop experience. Take a listen and get inspired to take your meetings to the next level.
 
A long and detailed update about the status of my Colombian visa.
 
Ariel Garten (@ariel_garten) envisions a world where we can control computers with our minds. She's on the cutting edge of computer and brain interfaces with her creation, the Muse headband. Ariel sent me a headband a few months ago, and I've been using it to refine my meditation sessions. The headband gives me neurofeedback to help me identify ...…
 
Perfectionism can have its benefits, but can also be very detrimental to your productivity, your career and your health. Find out how to manage if you have this challenging personality trait.
 
Productivity is about mind management, not time management. I've been thinking about how this applies to managing your tasks on a day-to-day basis. I've come to realize that as long as you have the proper due dates attached to your tasks, it doesn’t matter what project those todos are for. What matters is your ability to do those tasks in an en ...…
 
How well would you fit into the culture of a company you are looking at applying to? Is cultural fit the big deal it used to be? How can you determine if you are compatible with the organization you are hoping to work for? Find out in this shorter episode of the show.
 
Srini Rao (@unmistakableCEO) is host of the Unmistakable Creative podcast, and author of the new book, Audience of One: Reclaiming Creativity for Its Own Sake. In Audience of One, Srini gives you the tools and encouragement you need to stop focusing on external validation, and to reconnect with your creative spark. In a world where you can publ ...…
 
Have you noticed? It seems more and more that there is incivility around...that people are behaving in uncivil and nasty ways. This can have a profound affect on workplace productivity and the well-being of both individuals and the organization itself. Find out what to do in this episode.
 
There's something I've noticed that very successful communicators do. It's a very simple tactic, but it can go a long way in making everything you say or write more engaging, more memorable, and more effective. I'll tell you about it – this thing that successful communicators do – this week. Love Your Work is now fully listener-supported! Patre ...…
 
Your work wardrobe might be out of hand, and may be one source of your overall stress. Guest Kristi Soomer from Encircled, an ethical clothing company in Toronto, shares how reducing your closet can reduce your stress.
 
Tim Gibbons is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of The Flipside Nashville, a truly one of a kind restaurant that embodies a bygone era of classic americana culture. Hear Tim’s take on the key differences between running a unique operation and a scalable business fit for multiple locations across the nation.…
 
You hear it all of the time. Maybe you even say it yourself: It's "crazy" at work. There are unrealistic deadlines, demanding bosses, and wall-to-wall meetings. Jason Fried (@jasonfried) believes it doesn't have to be that way. In fact, he'll tell you why in his new book, called It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work. Jason needs no introduction f ...…
 
Why would it be critical to be likeable at work? What difference can it make if you can do the job? Apparently, a whole lot. Find out why and how you can increase your chances of being likeable in this episode.
 
Jeff and Patrick discuss what it means to be the new guy, and how to act as a leader when dealing with one. From expectations to awkward encounters the guys share some embarrassing stories from their past to highlight the ups and downs of being a New Guy.
 
When you're marketing your business, it's easy to gravitate toward sure bets. Things you can do and be assured of a positive outcome. But these sure bets can cause you to miss out on asymmetric opportunities: Things that take a small amount of investment, with a small chance of a very big upside. We talked about asymmetric opportunities in last ...…
 
Today's guest Johnathan Grzybowski shares how some of his best career moves come as a result of getting away from it all. Find out how travel could help your career success.
 
BEER! BEER! BEER! Carl Meir is a founding member and co-owner of Black Abbey Brewing Co. based in Nashville TN. His love for the craft, crew and family is evident as he discusses how to live like a family in the work place, not just talk about it.
 
In this episode Jeff and Patrick discuss the complexities of staying relevant to the outside world once you’ve been emersed in small business for too long. From applying to jobs post-ownership, to social media, we talk about the internal struggle with identity and staying relevant.
 
Sometimes an idea pops into your head, and you think to yourself, "nah, that's insane!" Then you move on with living your regular life. We all have these ideas. Sometimes we don't even notice them. In The Heart to Start, I called the source of these crazy ideas "The Voice." The thing is, sometimes these crazy ideas are what you call "asymmetric ...…
 
How do you begin when you suddenly find you have moved from co-worker to manager, without any formal training? What are some of the most important concepts to take with you? Find out on today's episode with guest author and speaker, Rocky Romanella.
 
Kidd Epps is a designer, master craftsman and family man who runs his own company here in Nashville Tn. His unconventional approach to business, unique style and bold attitude have separated him from the competition laying a rock solid foundation for success in his business.
 
In this episode Patrick and I talk about the dangers of living in a life of excess as it relates to work. In particular, the perils of owning your own business and letting it take over your life. Warning: this episode is a bit heavier than normal.
 
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