Episode 332 (2022) Ed Ross & Daniel Allen On Funky Work Wear Starting Mental Health Conversations
Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
On Episode 332 of Impact Boom, Ed Ross and Daniel Allen Founders of Trademutt discuss how eye-catching workwear can start conversations about mental health in the workplace and key lessons learnt through their social enterprise journey.
Daniel Allen Cohen | Being an Artist in Today's Society
The Higher Standard
In today's episode of The Higher Standard, Chris chats with Daniel Allen Cohen, a Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary artist who creates conceptual art with popular culture references that categorize our society’s values, desires, needs, and vices, which at times intertwine. You'll discover some of the many high-profile collectors who own Daniel's art.You'll learn about NFT's, cryptocurrency, and the blockchain.You'll also discover what it's like being an artist in today's society.This is a show you do not want to miss! Join Chris and Daniel for this fascinating conversation.Enjoy!What You’ll Learn in this Show:Some of the many high-profile collectors who own Daniel's art.NFT's, cryptocurrency, and the blockchain.What it's like being an artist in today's society.And so much more...Resources:Daniel's websiteDaniel's InstagramBlack CrownInstagramFacebook
Every entrepreneur has faced rejection at one time or another. It's what we do with that rejection that makes the difference. We can either give up and quit, or we can use it as motivation to get us into the right places. The key is to break down barriers and refuse to take no for an answer. So how do we do that? In this episode we discuss how Daniel Allen has used his experience and people skills to get into different spaces and make a name for him self and his organisation within the sports and social sector. https://sportskey.co.uk/
S1EP10: Failed it-Season 1 | Charlotte Fowles, Daniel Allen, Eloise Eaton, Alex Dumas, Ashley Newberg, Forest Melton
Courage to Impact
Some people see failure as a negative or as a deficit. The truth is, failure is the fastest way to learn, expand, and grow. It’s a really simple concept that's really hard to do. “Failed it” is a series of episodes dedicated to celebrating one thing. Failure. I believe the highest levels of growth, expansion, and freedom come as a result of failure. They’re all waiting on the other side of fear. I created failed it, from conversations with all of my guests this season. They were asked to recall a failure they experienced in the past, what they learned from it, and how they grew and expanded as a result. My hope is that you will learn from their failures and go out and make even better mistakes. Get out there and fail today!The first person up is Charlotte Fowles who in her episode discussed years of trauma, a failed marriage, depression, and skin cancer.We then have Daniel Allen who discussed stepping away from a faith he grew up with and even led within as an adult.Next is Alex Dumas who in his episode discussed the confusion he felt growing up trying to find his identity, fit in, and be loved. He also shared how he bounced back from a failed business, the death of his mother, and a new baby in the home.After that is Eloise Eaton who discussed hiding for most of her life and how she uses superhero moments to step into fear.After Eloise is Ashley Newberg who discussed growing up being afraid of speaking up and going through intensive therapy as an adult which transformed her life. Last up is my baby brother Forest Melton. In his episode, he discussed the struggle of a breakup and a courageous conversation he had with our Dad.