Does the current state of the world have you feeling stuck? Check out these podcast episodes to inspire your creative work.
Podcasting has enriched my life and work in so many ways. One of those has been the opportunity to get to know individuals from several different industries, through our interview series called Conversations with Creatives.
Every one of these shows has inspired me with new perspectives and challenged me to produce work at a higher level. It has even led me to take on new projects that felt outside of my comfort zone, like writing my book.
The more chances we have to swap ideas, ask for advice, and elevate one another with encouragement, the better we can do.
Over the last few months, Steve and I were humbled to continue some of these chats on our friends’ podcasts and wanted to invite you to be a part of those conversations.
Here’s where you can listen in and learn more about these movers and shakers:
> Steve and I join the guys to talk about the creative process and knowing when to hit that publish button, in Episode 3.
Top thinkers discuss their approach to solving problems and understanding culture, hosted by author and speaker, Adam Pierno.
> Shaming culture is a real thing, and Adam and I had the chance to share our opinions on the topic in this episode.
A show designed to help people launch and scale digital agencies, hosted by marketing wizard, Tyler Narducci.
> Steve and I chat with Tyler about our favorite topic: content creation and strategy, in Episode 43.
> Wondering how Tyler has been able to build such a successful business in a short amount of time? The right mindset is his secret weapon, and he shares all about how it has impacted his growth in Episode 37 of A Podcast for Creatives.
Even more podcast episodes to inspire your creative work
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