156 - The 3 Essential Ingredients of an Effective Side Project with Mary Kate McDevitt

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We all know we need to be doing personal work, but what’s the trick to doing personal work that turns into paid work? In this episode I sit down with illustrator / letterer Mary Kate McDevitt and discuss this exact question. Mary Kate has several game changing personal projects under her belt, and she was kind enough to share some of her brilliance with us! If you don’t know Mary Kate’s lovely work, go check it out! marykatemcdevitt.com Instagram.com/marykatemcdevitt Go get Mary Kate's new book 'Everyday is EPIC" https://www.amazon.com/Every-Day-Epic-Daydreams-Creative/dp/0761189408 ---- Thanks to Yoni Wolf and the band WHY? for our theme music. Thanks to my man Nate Utesch and his band Metavari for all the other tunes! soundcloud.com/metavari Thanks to Alex Sugg for editing and the podcast! www.alexsugg.com ----- Sponsors The team behind Astropad has a new hardware product available on Kickstarter called Luna Display. Luna Display adds second display capabilities to Astropad, but it’s also a great tool on it’s own for using your iPad as an extended desktop. It literally turns your iPad into a touch Mac. Check out their Kickstarter at lunadisplay.com. This Creative Pep Talk episode is brought to you by Twenty20 - where creative minds get authentic, real-world stock photos. If you’re looking to tell a true story through your brand, to deliver an honest message to your audience on social medias, the photos you use will matter. Twenty20 has crowdsourced millions of photos from a community over 350,000 photographers - all available under a simple, royalty-free license. Today, they’re offering listeners of Creative Pep Talk a 5-photo free trial. To start yours right now, go to twenty20.com/cpt

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