You’re a pro. You do the work even when you don’t feel like it. Still, you can’t discount the value of inspiration. Without it, your work might begin to ring hollow. How do you protect the fire so that you can stay engaged and motivated to do your best work? That’s the question Scott Mautz is here to answer with tips from his new book Find The Fire.
Diversity in leadership is not only good for culture, it’s good for business. On today’s show, Kat Gordon, the founder of the 3% Movement, shares insights into how the movement began and how leaders of organizations can build more diversity into their teams to help them better serve their clients.
It’s one thing to build an income around a product or an idea, but it’s something entirely different to build a business. On today’s episode, Dorie Clark shares insights from her new book Entrepreneurial You. She’s going to help us think through how to develop multiple sources of revenue to grow trust, influence, and income.
Andrea Summer has been working on an album project called Wanderlust for a few years, but it hasn’t all been smooth sailing. She’s had to work on the project a little at a time as the resources were available, she lost her voice due to a fluke illness, and she struggled with wanting to give up multiple times. In our conversation, we discuss the origins of the project, the source of her dedication to making it happen, the highs and lows she’s encountered along the way, and what other artists can learn from her journey.
We set up a false choice between pursuing creative work that you love, and maintaining a day job. In fact, some of the great artists, writers, thinkers, and scientists throughout history did their best work while simultaneously working a “day job”. Today’s guest, Adam Walker Phillips, has just released a mystery novel called The Silent Second. On this episode, we discuss the book, and how he managed to write and publish it while still having time for his family and his very successful career.
There are two “games” that we play as creative pros: the outer, and the inner. The inner game is about how you deal with stress, the limiting narratives that prevent you from doing your best work, and the inevitable conflicts you experience in the course of your day. Today’s guest David Levin will share insights into how to improve your game with insights from his new book Raise Your Inner Game.