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The Accidental Creative podcast shares how to build practical, everyday practices that help you stay prolific, brilliant and healthy in life and work. Host Todd Henry (author of the books The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, and Louder Than Words) interviews artists, authors and business leaders, and offers tips for how to thrive in life and work. Listen in and join the conversation at AccidentalCreative.com.
 
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Welcome to Missed Checkpoints, a show where the hosts Marq, Greg, and Trevor revisit older games from the last few years that we may have missed and discuss them as a group. Tonight we play... Tonight We Riot. On our latest bonus episode, we discuss the beat 'em up game and how it parallels current events. Thank you to everyone who tuned in to join…
 
Lowell and Sherri welcome Sawyer Rankin of Ferretheim Games to the podcast. Show Notes:00:00:47 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Hearts & Souls 00:11:44 - Sawyer's Games Played and their Spotlight - Monsterhearts 2 and Dark Americana 00:20:08 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Agon Second Segment - 00:30:41 - Sawyer discusses Mo…
 
This is part four of a series on everyday bravery. If there is one place where bravery is most needed (and often most lacking) it’s in the workplace. Brave people create brave workplaces, and brave workplaces ultimately change the world around them. However, in order for a culture to operate by principles of bravery, individuals must be willing to …
 
Sherri and Jammi welcome Spencer Starke to the podcast. Show Notes:00:51 - Jammi's Games Played and their Spotlight - Through a Mirror Darkly 10:04 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Power Beyond Doubt 26:05 - Spencer's Games Played and his Spotlight - Alice is Missing Giving Me Life 48:01 - Jammi is chomping their fun with the video game …
 
This week’s episode of The Accidental Creative Podcast is about the qualities that brave leaders exhibit. As I mentioned a few episodes ago, if I had to choose one gift to impart upon every person I meet – one master key that unlocks their potential – it would be bravery. We need radical bravery in our workplaces, our schools, our neighborhoods, an…
 
This is the second episode of a series on the importance of bravery. Just to re-cap, in the last episode I gave this definition of bravery: Bravery exists whenever someone a person engages in right action at the potential expense of their own comfort.​ Cowardice, on the other hand, exists when someone chooses self-protection at the expense of right…
 
Welcome to Missed Checkpoints, a show where the hosts Marq, Greg, and Trevor revisit older games from the last few years that we may have missed and discuss them as a group. In the midst of civil unrest and a continuing global pandemic, we manage to record an episode on Spec Ops: The Line. Check out our latest episode to hear our thoughts on the ga…
 
Is the grass truly greener on the other side of the fence? Many creative pros spend their career wondering if there is a better path for them, or whether they’re missing out on something that everyone else knows about. This can result in hopping from job to job, or never really fully embracing the opportunities in front of you because you’re always…
 
Leah and Alexi Sargeant are our special guests! Show Notes:00:47 - Alexi's Games Played and his Spotlight - Checkpoint Midnight 10:01 - Leah's Games Played and her Spotlight - Apocalypse Keys 18:15 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Star Trek Adventures (Express) Middle Segments - 28:55 - Alexi talks about speedy character creation and dis…
 
The biggest challenge that we’re facing right now as creative pros is not necessarily economic or physical, it’s psychological. I believe that those who come through this season not only having survived, but ready to thrive, will be those who are able to adopt a mindset that is realistic yet focused on possibilities and not limitations. Yes, curren…
 
This week’s Accidental Creative podcast features Michael Bungay Stanier discussing his book The Advice Trap. Have you ever been in a situation where someone offered unsolicited advice? “Let me tell you what you need to do…” How did it feel? If you’re like me, you were probably grateful that they wanted to help, but it put you in the awkward positio…
 
Alun Rees is our special guest! Show Notes:01:22 - Jammi's Games Played and their Spotlight - Girl by Moonlight 15:17 - Alun's Games Played and his Spotlight - Hit the Streets: Defend the Block 29:10 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Goblin Court 40:31 - Middle Segment - Playing to Lose and Putting on the Brakes Giving Me Life 56:58 - Jam…
 
Albert Einstein once wrote “The world we have created today as a result of our thinking thus far has problems which cannot be solved by thinking the way we thought when we created them.” In order to go to new places in life and work, we need to expand our thinking beyond the confines of our assumptions. But how do we do that? This week’s podcast ep…
 
This week’s podcast episode features David duChemin talking about his book and podcast A Beautiful Anarchy. When most of us tell the story of our career journey, it’s often a very linear tale. “And then, I left that job and took this one. Then, I decided to step away for a bit and start something new. Then, I took a role with a marketing firm.” How…
 
Show Notes:01:04 - Jammi's Games Played and their Spotlight - Neo Shinobi Vendetta 12:09 - Rich's Games Played and his Spotlight - Secret Science Sewer Siblings 21:02 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Hearts of Wulin with Courtly rules 30:40 - Second Segment - Tips and Tricks for moving your face-to-face TTRPG online Giving Me Life 49:30 …
 
Dave Noll and his business partner are the creators of the hit TV series Chopped, as well as a number of other popular television programs. Every day they bounce ideas off of one another, combining themes and smashing old concepts together to form new possible programs. In our conversation, Dave and I engaged in a little “idea bouncing” as well. He…
 
On this week’s episode, Jen Gotch shares insights from her new book The Upside of Being Down. To state the obvious, we are all learning to adjust to a new way of living. Humans are not wired to live in long, sustained periods of isolation or social distancing, and we are having to adapt to new ways of working together, being creative, and living ou…
 
Show Notes: 00:47 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Apocalypse World: Burned Over 14:51 - Tyler's Games Played and his Spotlight - Free from the Yoke 27:06 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - #iHunt 38:30 - Second Segment - Tyler talks about crunch in RPGs! Giving Me Life 51:43 - Sherri found a decent buttercream frosting recipe 5…
 
Welcome to Missed Checkpoints, a show where the hosts Marq, Greg, and Trevor revisit older games from the last few years that we may have missed and discuss them as a group. As we continue to practice social distancing, we're able to crank out another bonus episode for you. Thanks to all who joined in on our live discussion of Shadow of the Colossu…
 
The global economy looks much different than it did ten years ago. (OK, if we’re being honest, it looks much different than it did ten weeks ago.) While there is much more instability and uncertainty, there are also more opportunities to start a business and generate side income. Many people have started “side hustles” as a way to supplement revenu…
 
Due to recent events, many of us have suddenly found that we have more time on our hands. On this episode, we share a few principles for using time to invest in yourself and to plant seeds that will produce a harvest later. Today’s episode is sponsored by Freshbooks. To claim your free month trial – with no credit card needed – visit Freshbooks.com…
 
How do you make your message stand out in a crowded marketplace? On this episode, Jason Van Orden shares principles for getting your ideas into the world more effectively. Today’s episode is sponsored by True Botanicals. Get 15% off your first purchase at TrueBotanicals.com/accidental. The intro music for the AC podcast is by Joshua Seurkamp. End r…
 
The answers to our problems lie all around us, but they are often invisible. We must train ourselves to look at the world differently in order to find them. Today’s guest is Stephen Shapiro, author of the new book Invisible Solutions. This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two months of access to thousands of classes absolutely free! To sign …
 
Show Notes:0:48 - Jammi's Games Played and their Spotlight - Oathbreakers 12:43 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Brindlewood Bay 28:19 - Robert's Games Played and his Spotlight - Working for the Corp 38:40 - Second Segment - Robert discusses his project to list all the Solo and Duet RPGs! Find his lists linked on his Twitter account: @La…
 
Show Notes: 01:28 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Masks as a prelude 12:23- Maria's Games Played and her Spotlight - the Night Witches campaign! 24:45- Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Pipedream 34:49 - Second Segment - Maria shares a bunch of the games she's loving * Girl by Moonlight (https://www.evilhat.com/home/girl-by-moon…
 
If you want to disrupt the status quo, you need to think differently. On this episode, Trendhunter CEO Jeremy Gutsche shares some practical advice for innovating in uncertain times. Today’s episode is sponsored by Freshbooks. To claim your free month trial – with no credit card needed – visit Freshbooks.com/accidental and enter The Accidental Creat…
 
Ideas are of no value until they are shared with others. However, many creative pros are less than confident about their presentation abilities, or uncertain about how to establish their credibility when sharing their concepts. On this episode, Grant Baldwin shares how to become a more confident presenter with tips from his new book The Successful …
 
When you step into a managerial role for the first time, your entire world changes. You are now no longer responsible just for your own work, but have to help other unleash their best work as well. On this episode, Ryan Hawk of The Learning Leader shares insights into how to be a good manager with tips from his book Welcome To Management. Today’s e…
 
When you think of a great manager, what words come to mind? Competence? Focus? Drivenness? How about… gratitude? That’s probably not near the top of your list. On this episode, Chester Elton and Adrian Gostick are here to make the case for why gratitude is the killer app for building effective cultures. Their new book is called Leading With Gratitu…
 
Show Notes: 01:14 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Have a Familiar Ring 11:47 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Purplest Prose 22:21 - Second Segment - Austin talks about his game Beam Saber, coming to Kickstarter soon, and his session of running it for the Gauntlet. Giving Me Life 44:05 - Sherri's getting life from Bon Apetit,…
 
As a leader, the words you choose can determine success or failure, alignment or mutiny, a thriving culture vs. a destructive one. On this episode, L. David Marquet shares insights into how to use the power of language to unleash your team’s best work. David’s new book is called Leadership Is Language. This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Get t…
 
Show Notes: 00:53 - Sherri's Games Played and her Spotlight - Take My Revolution 11:34 - Lowell's Games Played and his Spotlight - Veiled Fantasy 24:52 - Second Segment - Kurt talks about his experiences developing and GMing his game Lighthearted. Giving Me Life 47:18 - Sherri's getting life from Revolutionary Girl Utena rewatch 50:44 - Kurt is get…
 
How do you uniquely contribute to the world? On this episode, Tom Rath helps us begin to answer the question of why you are here on this planet, and to identify the unique contribution that you have to make. Tom’s new book is called Life’s Great Question. Today’s episode is sponsored by Freshbooks. To claim your free month trial – with no credit ca…
 
What do you do when you disagree with your manager? How do you deliver the news in a way that they are most likely to receive it? On this episode, we share three key principles for speaking truth to power. This episode is sponsored by Indeed. Indeed gives you the smart tools to make hiring decisions quickly, and to be confident that you’re making t…
 
How do you tell if your manager, your client, or your peer are telling you the truth? How do you know if you can really trust someone? On this episode, the former head of the FBI’s behavioral analysis program – Robin Dreeke – shares insights from his new book Sizing People Up. Today’s episode is sponsored by Freshbooks. To claim your free month tri…
 
Even if you are bringing your best every day, you are still at the mercy of your organization. An unhealthy climate can affect your ability to do your best work. On this episode, we share some tips for dealing with an unhealthy organization. This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two months of access to thousands of classes absolutely free! T…
 
How do the best brands create loyal advocates for their work? On this episode, David Meerman Scott shares how to create a “fanocracy” around your work with tips from his new book Fanocracy. This episode is sponsored by Indeed. Indeed gives you the smart tools to make hiring decisions quickly, and to be confident that you’re making the right hire fo…
 
Most of the work you do has to be accomplished with others. On this episode, we share three principles for dealing with difficult co-workers and clients. Today’s episode is sponsored by Freshbooks. To claim your free month trial – with no credit card needed – visit Freshbooks.com/accidental and enter The Accidental Creative in the how did you hear …
 
Where do good ideas come from? Often, they are forged in the most unlikely places. On this episode, I share a simple and practical method for exploring and playing with new ideas. This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two months of access to thousands of classes absolutely free! To sign up, go to Skillshare.com/AC. The intro music for the AC…
 
Creative work is largely qualitative in nature. That can make it difficult to choose the best idea without creating conflict on the team. On this episode, we share a simple framework for choosing the best idea: EPIC. This episode is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two months of access to thousands of classes absolutely free! To sign up, go to Skillsha…
 
Show Notes: 1:40 - Community Submissions: Alexi AND Leah Sargeant Alun Rees Blake Ryan Chris Newton David Morrison 19:17 - Rich's selection 32:59 - Community Submissions: Epistolary Richard Jamila R. Nedjadi Kurt Potts Leandro Pondoc Maria Rivera 45:49 - Sherri's selection 58:10 - Community Submissions: Mikael Tysvaer Patrick Knowles Sam Zimmerman …
 
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