Get Momentum (with Jason and Jodi Womack)

Have you ever had a goal or an ambition, but you simply couldn’t figure out how to get moving on it? Or, have you ever encountered a hurdle that you simply couldn’t jump over or go around? Today’s guests, Jason and Jodi Womack, help people gain momentum in their life and career, and on this episode they’ll share how to deal with the expectation escalation that comes with technology, how to determine the direction of your life and work, and why relationships are critical to effective productivity. 

Craft, Comparison, and Creativity (with Dave Barnes)

Dave Barnes is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter and recording artist. His songs have been recorded by dozens of artists, and he earned a Grammy nomination for song of the year for God Gave Me You, as recorded by Blake Shelton. On this episode, we discuss the craft of songwriting, the intricacies of collaboration, the temptation of comparison, and how he hones his practice every day.

Do What Only You Can Do (with Jen Gotch)

When you are growing a business, it’s tempting to allow yourself to get pulled into the million little things that demand your time. However, there is something that your business needs from you that only you can do, and you’re the only one who knows what it is. On today’s episode, Jen Gotch (co-founder of Bando), shares her thoughts about social media, growing a business, leading creative teams, and how to keep yourself inspired and focused when your business is too big to be small, and too small to be big. 

Your Customer’s Secret Language (with Jeffrey Shaw)

Who is your ideal customer? If you’re a freelancer, a small business owner, or even someone designing or writing within an organization, this is a critical question. But you can’t stop by identifying that customer, you also need to understand how to communicate in a way that will resonate deeply. In other words, you need to uncover their “secret language”. 

Podcast: The Heart To Start (with David Kadavy)

What’s the most important part of doing creative work? Some people say it’s getting started, but I think that’s a bit simplistic. It’s more about getting started right, and then being able to sustain yourself when times get tough. On this episode, David Kadavy shares some insights from his new book The Heart To Start. 

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