“The best way to complain is to make things.” -James Murphy. This is the title of a 5-minute video I want to tell you about: Tina Roth Eisenberg: The Best Way to Complain is to Make Things - video. Tina founded and runs Tattly, CreativeMornings, TeuxDeux and her Brooklyn based co-working space Friends (formerly Studiomates). I love Tina's line about her company Tattly: “It’s amazing what can happen when you fall into an industry you know nothing about because your ignorance actually makes you question conventions that nobody else would question.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tina Roth Eisenberg | You Have To Notice When The Universe Is Cheering You On
DO Lectures podcast with Gav Thompson
Tina believes the best way to complain is to make things. Over the past 11 years, Tina has started numerous side projects that have turned into businesses: FRIENDS WORK HERE (a collaborative co-working space), TeuxDeux, Tattly and Creative Mornings (global breakfast lecture series in 158 cities). — Recorded live at the global event in Cardigan, west Wales in 2018. Watch Tina's full talk here: www.thedolectures.com/talks/tina-roth-eisenberg-you-have-to-notice-when-the-universe-is-cheering-you-on--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/do-lectures/message
On this episode I get to interview someone I admire, Tina Roth Eisenberg, about how it is she moves from creative spark to execution on an idea. I struggle with putting my ideas out into the world, and I know I am not the only one. If you are looking for the courage to become brave with your ideas, you won't want to miss this interview. Tina is warm, open, and generous with her insights and her story. Tina Roth Eisenberg is a Swiss born, raised and trained graphic designer. In 1999 she came to NYC for a 3 month design internship and never left. Over the past 13 years Tina started numerous side projects that have organically turned into businesses: a creative co-working community called FRIENDS, a global, monthly lecture series called CreativeMornings, a simple to-do app called TeuxDeux and Tattly, a high-end temporary tattoo shop. You can find Tina, and all her amazing creations here: Blog: www.swiss-miss.com Lecture series: www.creativemornings.com Tattoo shop: www.tattly.com To-do app: www.teuxdeux.com Coworking space: www.friendsworkhere.com Twitter: @swissmiss Instagram: @swissmiss To find Still Becoming on Instagram, follow Monica at @monicadicristina.
Our guest this week is Tina Roth Eisenberg. Tina is a Swiss born, raised, and trained graphic designer. In 1999, she came to New York City for a three-month design internship and never left. Over the past 13 years, Tina started numerous side projects that have organically turned into businesses. A creative co-working community called FRIENDS, a global monthly lecture series called CreativeMornings, a simple to-do app called TeuxDeux, and Tattly, a high-end temporary tattoo shop. She lives in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, with her two kids, Ella and Tilo, who are teaching her the art of making slime and building forts. Tina is often referred to as Swissmiss, after her popular blog. She likes that. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter @swissmiss.For show notes visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/tina-roth-eisenberg-swissmiss
Tina Roth Eisenberg’s Labours of Love – Kicking off Season 2 of The 21st Century Creative Podcast
The 21st Century Creative
Welcome to the start of Season 2 of The 21st Century Creative, the podcast that helps you thrive as a creative professional amid the demands, distractions and opportunities of the 21st Century. It’s taken several months, many hours of work, and in the case of one interview, several thousand air miles, to put the new […] The post Tina Roth Eisenberg’s Labours of Love – Kicking off Season 2 of The 21st Century Creative Podcast appeared first on Mark McGuinness | Creative Coach.Click the icon below to listen.
#35 – How Tina Roth Eisenberg aka @swissmiss turned her side projects into businesses
The Role Models Podcast
Tina Roth Eisenberg (aka @swissmiss) is the founder of CreativeMornings - a global monthly lecture series; TeuxDeux - a to-do list app; Tattly - a design-led temporary tattoo shop; and Friends Work Here - a co-working space in New York City.Swiss-born Tina started swissmiss in 2005 as her personal visual archive and watched it grow into one of the internet’s most popular design journals with over 1 million visitors a month.After working in several prominent NYC design firms Tina decided to start her own design studio but found that many of her side projects were (unexpectedly!) growing into small companies. So, in February 2015, Tina took a one-year client sabbatical to follow her labors of love in their many and varied directions. This led her to found a global monthly lecture series called CreativeMornings; a to-do app called TeuxDeux; Tattly, a design-led temporary tattoo shop; and a co-working space called Friends Work Here.Tina is dedicated to finding intersections between her personal and professional interests and believes we should all be taking our side projects seriously, and sees these passions as areas of opportunity through which we can create wholesome work environments for ourselves.Today’s episode is full of advice on how you can turn your passion projects into long term businesses. This includes how to:- Take the time and space to be entrepreneurial- Make your side projects work together- Scale ideas and add value to them- Overcome hesitation (clue: examine what that hesitation is about)- Do things for the joy of the process, instead of the outcome- Adopt five personal rules to help root your beliefs and ideasTina credits much of her businesses’ success to the individual teams in charge and is infamous for assembling her teams through unusual interview techniques which isolate shared visions and outlooks. Later on in our episode, Tina shares these invaluable tips for finding talent that’s the right fit in your company.Find out more about Tina:5 personal rules: http://www.swiss-miss.com/2014/06/sharing-my-5-personal-rules.htmlSwissmiss blog: http://www.swiss-miss.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/swissmissTattly: http://tattly.com/TeuxDeux: http://teuxdeux.com/Creative Mornings: http://creativemornings.com/Friends Work Here: http://www.friendsworkhere.com/Thanks to our patrons for this episode:- Anna Caroline who coaches leaders in Berlin: http://truthcircles.com- Megan Quinn who supports Code2014: http://www.code2040.org- Alexandra Cosma: http://alexandracosma.com- Emma HarrisIf you want to help us create The Role Models Podcast in the future, become a patron and chip-in $1, $3, $5, or $10 per episode. Read more about the different tiers and rewards on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rolemodels
Graphic designer and entrepreneurial super-hero, Tina Roth Eisenberg aka swissmiss, has always been full of ideas. Luckily, she channels her powers for good: like the lecture series CreativeMornings, Tattly temporary tattoos, to-do app TeuxDeux and the popular design blog swissmiss. She shares with Jaime and Amy the magic of finding and building community through non-transactional giving, the positive side of divorce and the benefits of keeping a desk drawer stocked with confetti.Images and more from our guest!Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers, @designmilkIf you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you! Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer, aka 2VDE Media, with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Chris Modl.Clever is proudly distributed by Design Milk.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tina Roth-Eisenberg aka Swiss Miss is an acclaimed graphic designer and entrepreneur. She's the founder of several ventures including CreativeMornings, a to-do app called TeuxDeux, a designy temporary tattoo shop called Tattly and runs a co-working space called FRIENDS. Today on the podcast... * The beauty of starting something as a side project vs a business-- you’re more willing to experiment, less afraid of failure * Scratching your own itch. Tina says, "If I keep repeatedly complaining about something, I have to either fix it or let it go" * We get into Tattly, how it came about, but also how her values & principals drive how she does business. Like requiring that their shipments require real stamps so that when they arrive, it feels like a friend sent it to you Enjoy! This episode first appeared on CreativeLive as part of the 30 Days of Genius series. Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.chasejarvis.com/podcast. This podcast is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world’s top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.
#22 Do You Need a Chief Happiness Officer? Audience Q&A with Tina Roth Eisenberg
Broadmic Startup Shortcuts
How do you build great company culture right from the start (hint: Tina’s answer involved a Chief Happiness Officer)? How do you decide which of the million business ideas you’ve considered is most worthwhile to pursue? What are creative examples of corporate sponsorships? This week on BroadMic Bonus Cuts, Tina Roth Eisenberg answers all of these audience questions and more on our second installment of our first ever live podcast event at LMHQ! Notes Deck Network: The Ad Network of Creative, Web and Design Culture How MailChimp’s irresistible “Serial” ad became the year’s biggest marketing win by Adam Epstein, Quartz Shutterstock Increases Its Media Reach With BFA Deal by Steven Bertoni, Forbes Yay, Internet! My Journey From Middle East Refugee To Fashion Designer by Céline Semaan Vernon, Refinery29 Everything’s Coming Up Roses With Temporary Tats That Smell Like Flowers by Elyse Wanshel, HuffPo Additional Reading Temporary Tattoos, Now for Grown-Ups, Too by Courtney Rubin, New York Times An Exclusive Spotlight on How CreativeMornings Runs 106+ Global Monthly Events by Carrie Melissa Jones, CMX Two Keys to Sustainable Social Enterprise by Sally R. Osberg and Roger L. Martin, Harvard Business Review Levo League Office Hours 10 Examples of Companies With Fantastic Cultures by Sujan Patel, Entrepreneur What Type Of Corporate Culture Do Women Really Want? by WomensMedia, Forbes Creating a Culture That Women Want to Join by Aaron Skonnard, Inc The biggest setback for women in corporate America: the 24/7 workday by Betsy Myers, Fortune 6 Tips For Networking in Shared Offices and CoWorking Spaces by Matt Arbogast, Built In Chicago How to Choose the Best Coworking Space for Your Startup by Matt Straz, Entrepreneur There Is No Such Thing As Work-Life Balance For Entrepreneurs by Chris Myers, Forbes Guest bios & transcripts are available on www.broadmic.com.