The clear majority of dentists have not accumulated the wealth they thought they would have, and are not exactly sure how to accomplish this or feel they don't have time on their side. For this reason, so many dentists are selling their businesses prematurely. The challenging part is finding someone who truly knows how to grow your business AND turn it into wealth. Too many advisors are trying to move your money into areas outside of your practice that has a much lower rate of return, and consultants only focus on business growth and processes and not wealth. This is the reason so many dentists feel underprepared financially. That's where I come in. This podcast will help you to learn how to get the life you've always imagined. The great news is, you don't have to wait 30 years to get there.
Rank #1: Dental Wealth: Episode 3.
Rank #2: What Separates Great Dental Practices..
Do you ever wonder why some dental practices double or triple in revenue in a short period of time while some remain stagnant. In this Podcast Eric will separate the 3 things that make the biggest difference in your growing dramatically. You won't want to miss this one of a kind episode.
Rank #1: How To Make Designer Earwires.
A step by step video tutorial describing how to make large designer earwires from sterling silver using a large wire looping pliers, round nose pliers and flush cut nippers.Purchase Tools From Video Here
Rank #2: How To Harden Earwires Without Flattening Them.
A step by step video tutorial describing how to harden your designer earwires without flattening them using sterling silver wire a hockey puck and a nylon hammer.Purchase Tools From Video Here
This is a show about the art of colored pencils. Where we discuss tips, techniques, shortcuts and all the nitty-gritty of this medium that we love so much.
Rank #1: 220 Art Questions.
Show Notes Sharpened Artist: Colored Pencil Podcast Release Date: September 16, 2019 Topic: Art Questions Points of Interest: John and Lisa are teaming up in this episodes to answer a series of questions from folks who attended a recent livestream: -How do you overcome your fear of posting art online? -How do you know when to declare your piece “finished”? -Even if you don’t pursue a fine art degree, is it valuable to get a business or administration degree? -Should you tell a client how many hours it takes you to complete a piece? -Who has the copyright if multiple artists use the same reference photo? -If I sell an original, do I still have the right to make and sell prints? -How do you choose the best background for your subject? Free 30-day Audible Trial: www.audibletrial.com/cppodcast Looking for past episodes? The “Techniques” CD is a curated edition of some of our earlier shows. Click here to learn more! John’s Twitter: @sharpenedartist Lisa’s Twitter: @lachri As always, thanks for listening! Tune in next week for more from John and Lisa. In the meantime, be sure to visit www.sharpenedartist.com for additional updates and information. You can also join our Facebook group, Colored Pencil Podcast, or contact us by email at email@example.com . If you want more colored pencil inspiration, snag a FREE sample issue of the COLORED PENCIL MAGAZINE here! Stay sharp!
Rank #2: 187 Details In Your Work.
Show Notes Sharpened Artist: Colored Pencil Podcast Release Date: January 28, 2019 Topic: Details in Your Work Points of Interest: “Why don’t the details look realistic enough in my finished piece?” If you’ve ever asked yourself that question, you’ll want to tune into this episode! John and Lisa offer some concrete tips for achieving even more realism in your drawing -- and some great indicators that you need to take a step back and reevaluate. Links Referenced: Free 30-day Audible Trial: www.audibletrial.com/cppodcast You’re going to love the journals from our new sponsor, In Defense of Paper! American made, sustainably sourced, and made with archival materials, they’re unlike any other journal on the market today. Get $5 off using this link! John’s Twitter: @sharpenedartist Lisa’s Twitter: @lachri As always, thanks for listening! Tune in next week for more from John and Lisa. In the meantime, be sure to visit www.sharpenedartist.com for additional updates and information. You can also join our Facebook group, Colored Pencil Podcast, or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you want more colored pencil inspiration, snag a FREE sample issue of the COLORED PENCIL MAGAZINE here! Stay sharp!
Presented by Hot Off The Press President Paulette Jarvey and Gail Booth, Paper Wishes Weekly Webisodes feature a new and different paper crafting technique each week-from the comfort of your own computer! Each video segment runs about 5-20 minutes and features the latest products, techniques, ideas and instruction—all at the click of a mouse. For the latest episode, visit PaperWishes.com every week. This podcast will feature some of our favorite episodes.
Rank #1: Time Out Holland.
Paulette and Gail demonstrate tips, trips and techniques using Time Out Holland products to create amazing projects.
Rank #2: Zing Embossing Powders.
Paulette and Gail demonstrate tips, trips and techniques using Zing Embossing Powders products to create amazing projects.
On Craftcast.com, host Alison Lee takes you through the world of Crafting, from interviews, product reviews, and do it yourself tutorials. Craftcast.com is the only podcast where you can listen, learn, and create!
Rank #1: Taking with Marthe Le Van .
Today I talk with Marthe Le Van. After eleven years as an editor for Lark Books, Marthe set off on a new adventure and started her own retail jewelry store called Mora, located in Asheville North Carolina. Listen in as Martha shares her journey from editor to shop owner, and the challenges and rewards she found along the way. Make sure and visit www.craftcast.com for all the links talked about on today's show.
Rank #2: Talking with with Michael Orland and Piesha McPhee, American Idol voice coaches.
Today I talk with Michael Orland and Peisha McPhee, song and voice coaches on American Idol. Hear what goes on behind the set each week getting contestants ready to go LIVE in front of millions! Also learn how YOU can get coached by these experts! Plus, lots of other CRAFTCAST news, including a "don't miss" movie, an inspiring new "decore" book, and where to get "Parisian Romance Fruit Tea". Get your butt in the chair, and keep CRAFTING!Subscribe to the CRAFTCAST feed.
A podcast for anyone who wants to learn more about how creativity can be a catalyst for positive change. It features interviews with artists and organizations who are using art to heal themselves, their community, and the planet. This podcast is a project of the Arts and Healing Network, an online resource at www.artheals.org. It is hosted by Britt Bravo.
Rank #1: Creating Time with Marney Makridakis.
Marney Makridakisis the author of Creating Time: Using Creativity to Reinvent the Clock and Reclaim Your Life. She founded the Artella online community for creators of all kinds, and the print magazine Artella. A popular speaker and workshop leader, she created the ARTbundance approach for self-discovery through art. She lives in Dallas, Texas. Visit her online at artellaland.com and on Facebook at facebook.com/CreatingTime.
Rank #2: EngAGE and The Art of Aging: An Interview with Tim Carpenter.
Tim Carpenter is the founder of EngAGE, a nonprofit that changes aging, and the way people think about aging, by transforming senior apartment communities into vibrant centers of learning, wellness and creativity. EngAGE provides life-enhancing arts, wellness, lifelong learning, community building and intergenerational programs and events to thousands of seniors living in Southern California. Tim also catalyzed the creation of the Burbank Senior Artists Colony, a first-of-its-kind senior apartment community with high-end arts amenities and programs. The NOHO Senior Arts Colony and the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony will open in 2012. In 2008, Tim was elected an Ashoka Fellow for being one of the top social entrepreneurs in the world. In 2011, he received the James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award. He also serves on the board of the National Center for Creative Aging, and is the host and producer of the EXPERIENCE TALKS radio show.
I firmly believe that everyday is a bonus round. I create because I'm alive. I believe in the freedom of self, and that life is more than a miracle.I interview creative minds all around the world who live on their own terms- so that you and I may absorb the lessons and change the world.Live your life as if you had to live the same life all over again. In this show, I cover mindfulness, productivity, habits, creativity, living off the grid, quitting that miserable job, location independence, strategy, automation, and personal development. You learn as I learn, and I hold nothing back.Fist pumps are the only requirement.www.artsynow.comMy guests have appeared on CNN, NBC, Fox News, NY Times, Huffington Post, ABC, PBS and much much much more.
Rank #1: 16: Hal Elrod: How to Change Your Life Immediately: The Miracle Morning.
This will change your life. If you listen to any show on this podcast, listen to this one immediately. Hal Elrod, his story, his books, his podcast, and his morning strategy have literally revolutionized tens of thousands of people's lives all over the world, including mine. Hal was pronounced dead for 6 minutes after getting hit head on by a drunk driver. After being told he might not ever walk again, and that he would suffer brain damage, Hal took his first step 9 days later and went on to run a 52-mile marathon. He is the most inspirationally powerful, insightful, motivational, and bluntly honest human I've ever encountered, and he has created a system that makes it unbelievably easy to tap into a life of expanded opportunity, unlimited happiness, reborn success, and profound changes in ANY and EVERY area of your life, all before 8 am. From the bottom of my heart- thank you Hal.
Rank #2: 02: Sohrab Mirmont: Hollywood Director and Filmmaker who won Audience Choice at the NY International Film Festival at 19 years old.
"Everyday is a bonus round" for Sohrab Mirmont. After seeing his uncle work on a movie when he was 5 years old in Iran, he realized the excitement was something he wanted to pursue the rest of his life. At just 19 years old he won Audience Choice at the New York International Film Festival in 2005 for his film "The Beautiful Wind." His newest film "The Freemason" starring Sean Astin is making an impact all over the world. Godzilla is no problem for Sohrab.
Talking arting every other week.
Rank #1: 032: Jane Davies’ Collage Journey.
I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast! Our guest today is Jane Davies. Jane is a full time artist working in collage, painting, and encaustic. She offers workshops at her studio and nationwide, focusing on helping people to find a personal and playful approach to art. Beginning as a potter in the early nineties, selling her colorful hand-painted ceramics at craft shows, Jane gradually transitioned into freelance art, designing tableware, fabric, paper goods, stationery, and other products, using painting and collage as her medium. For the past several years, Jane has put most of her efforts towards teaching, writing, and making art. You can find Jane online at Jane Davies Studios and purchase her work at Jane Davies Art Gallery. On the podcast we discuss teaching, abstract art, creating art in a series, Jane’s studio, and failure. We hope you’ll add your voice to the conversation by leaving a comment or a question! Thanks for stopping by! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.
Rank #2: 039: Jodi Ohl Paints.
I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast! Today’s guest is Jodi Ohl. Jodi Ohl is a self-taught mixed media artist, originally from Dunkirk, NY, who now resides in Aberdeen, NC. Having recently left her day job to pursue her artistic career full time, she is has built a body of work that is known for its distinctive texture, bold color combinations which are often whimsical or abstract compositions, as well as motivational in nature. Her art appeals to those that seem to be young at heart and who appreciate the positive side of life whether communicated through words, colors, or composition. Published in over 23 international mixed media magazines such as Cloth Paper Scissors, Somerset Studios, Artful Blogging, Artful Journaling, Somerset Holidays and Celebrations, and Cloth Paper Scissors Studios, as well as a contributor to five mixed media books. In 2014, Jodi’s painting, “It’s Not Complicated” (part of her Pod and Portals collection) was juried as one of the best of Mixed Media and featured in “Incite 2″ by Tonia Jenny of North Light Books. Jodi enjoys writing about her art and sharing the love of healing and motivation through creativity. She is represented by regional galleries in North Carolina and several others along the East Coast. In addition, Jodi is a popular mixed media art teacher online and in person, teaching at both large and small local and national workshops around the US. When not painting, she enjoys time with her two sons, Josh, 15and Zach, 21as well as other friends and family. Look for a new book written by the artist scheduled to be released by North Light Publications, in the latter part of 2016. Jodi welcomes visitors to her blog Sweet Repeats www.sweetrepeats.blogspot.com where you can find a full listing of classes, weekly musings, and additional artwork for sale. Find Jodi online: Website: www.jodiohl.com Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JodiOhl Blog: www.sweetrepeats.blogspot.com Instagram: jodiohl Twitter: JodiOhl Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jodiohl/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JodiOhl On the podcast we discuss teaching, working from home vs. a separate studio, painting in public, getting into galleries, that “no’s” are not really “no’s,” Yupo paper, and a bit about Jodi’s new DVDs (also available as instant downloads): Colorful Canvas Exploration, Graffiti Grunge Art, Expressive Watercolor on Yupo Painting Flowers, Yupo Exploration, Collage Characters, and Tandem Techniques. Be sure to leave us your comments and questions! We’d love to add your voice to the conversation! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.
The podcast and videocast about creating with polymer clay.
Rank #1: Polymer Clay Podcast interview with Judy Belcher.
Judy is the current President of the National Polymer Clay Guild- npcg.org. She is very interesting and a great talker, so we hope you enjoy listening to what she had to say about her art, being the big-cheese, and the Synergy conference (where we will get to meet her!) We also discussed her book and dvd, which she was kind enough to donate to us to watch and read, and she also sent a signed copy of each- which we will be giving away to two lucky newsletter subscribers, so make sure you sign up.
Rank #2: NEW Polymer Clay Magic Opal Beads Tutorial.
http://www.createalong.com Learn how to make these beautiful new style of beads called Magic Opal Beads. They are so pretty and easy to make! Create Along with Ilysa as she shows you step by step how to make Magic Opal Beads.
Me Being Crafty is a podcast about creativity and what that means to people. Listen for stories from artists, quilt shop owners, fabric designers, quilt designers, clothing designers, musicians, and more. We'll talk about being a creative person, building a community to support you in your creative journey, stepping out of your comfort zone, working in various creative industries and more. This show is published twice a week.
Rank #1: 044: Tsoniki Crazy Bull: 100 Days Plus Making.
Today - an update on the 100 Days of Starquilts and the Year of Making. I am still doing the year of making though I fell off the sharing a picture of my making, I need to get back to that. And I recently started the 100 days project. I love this, a bite size amount of time (if you can consider 100 days a bite size) and I am really so happy to learn something new about myself. Links to what I mention in the show - Meighan's What's Your Story podcast, the 100DayProject on instagram, my 100DaysofStarquilts, more about the 100 day project, and the year of making.
Rank #2: 045: Sylvia Schaefer: Flying Parrot Quilts.
Slyvia Schaefer of Flying Parrot Quilts talks about her quilting journey, entering quilt shows, and patterns she has available. Check out the show notes for this episode here: 045: Sylvia Schaefer: Flying Parrot Quiltshttp://mebeingcrafty.com/2015/045-sylvia-schaefer-flying-parrot-quilts/Stop by http://mebeingcrafty.com and let me know how you were creative today.
Artist interviews and stories about the creative process and art education to inspire you and help you find your voice. Hosted by artist and author, Addie Hirschten.
Rank #1: 47 Interview with Mixed Media Artist Tamara Laporte.
Today's episode features an interview with mixed media artist Tamara Laporte and the story of Frida Kahlo. Laporte believes that the act of creating art can be a gateway into healing and personal growth – often, her art classes contain an element of self development as well as learning art techniques. She is deeply devoted to helping people get in touch with their creative fire. Find out more about "Life Book" and her other amazing online classes at www.willowing.com. On the Alchemy of Art podcast we interview artists from a wide variety of mediums about their creative process and art philosophy. Each episode includes folktales and true stories about artists to inspire you and keep you going. Hosted by Addie Hirschten, a contemporary impressionist painter, art teacher, author and public speaker. Find out more at www.azhirfineart.com
Rank #2: 55 Interview with Intuitive Painter, Flora Bowley.
Today's podcast features an interview with intuitive painter, author and teacher, Flora Bowley. Bowley blends her background as a yoga instructor with her healing approach to teaching intuitive painting. I highly recommend her books, "Brave Intutive Painting" and "Creative Revolution." Find out more about Flora Bowley at: https://florabowley.com/ On the Alchemy of Art podcast we interview artist from a wide variety of mediums about their creative process and art philosophy. Each episode includes folktales and true stories about artists to inspire you and keep you going. Hosted by Addie Hirschten, a contemporary impressionist painter, art teacher, author and public speaker. Find out more at www.azhirfineart.com Take Hirschten's new online classes on www.alchemyofpainting.com
Inspirational art making interviews with artists, makers, manufacturers, and retailers of art supplies.Discussion Forumhttp://forum.artsupia.org
Rank #1: 76: Discovering Unused Art Supplies with Alan Trautmann.
Art Supply Posse is starting a new series where anyone can talk about their favourite or unused art supplies. Please contact us if you would like to be on the podcast and talk about your own favourites or unpack supplies that have been lingering unused on a shelf. Alan Trautman is the first person to step forward and to go through his old toolbox containing mainly unused art supplies. Alan rummages through his old tool box containing unused art supplies. He discusses those supplies and the kind of art he makes. [Alan's Instagram](https://instagram.com/miathet13) Support Art Supply Posse and get bonus episodes [Art Supply Posse Website](artsupplyposse.com) ## Discuss art and art supplies in our forum [Artsupia Forum](http://forum.artsupia.org)
Rank #2: 30: Art Journaling 📔.
This week, Heather and Kathy talk about art journaling, the ArtSnacks January box, and Heather's upcoming trip to San Diego. Plus a tiny person Kathy knows pretty well makes a surprise appearance. Check out our lovely sponsor, ArtSnacks and use coupon code "artsupplyposse" when you subscribe to their awesome monthly art supplies subscription service to get 10% off your first month.
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Rank #1: Interview with Adrian Weber of Caran d'Ache Switzerland.
Adrian Weber shares his insights, history and background to Caran d'Ache Switzerland. #Interview #Art #AdrianWeber #IanMcKendrick #CaranDache #Switzerland #FineArt
Rank #2: Interview with artist Professor Ken Howard OBE RA.
Interview with artist Professor Ken Howard OBE RA who shares his background, insights and tips on being a professional artist, and how to make a sustainable living from art.#Interview #Artist #KenHoward #Patchings2014
Father and Son team Colin & Steve Bradley offer Pastel & Watercolour Tips to artists via this weekly Podcast. Submit your questions and Check out Colin's Free Courses on his website: ColinBradleyArt.co.uk
Rank #1: Simple Backgrounds - 112.
Colin discusses various backgrounds that you can apply to animal pictures and how to stop them looking like they’re ‘floating’. We discuss restricting tones from being too rich to achieve a more realistic colour. Colin talks about using grey as a base colour and as a cushion for stronger colours.
Rank #2: No Looking Back - 82.
It’s story time this week on Colin Bradley Art Cast. We ask Colin at which point did he switch from doing art as a hobby, to pursuing it as a profession. Colin reveals some fascinating details about the beginning of his journey and the people that influenced his decision to move to Broadstairs and open his own art gallery.
Everyone has a story. Hear how people passionate about memory keeping record those stories through scrapbooking, blogging, journals and more. We dig into the motivations for memory-keeping, the rewards of it, as well as those little details like where, where, and how memory keepers present and preverve their life stories.
Rank #1: TMKL 017 | Jana Morton and Digital Photo Techniques.
Jana Morton talks about how she uses Photoshop and digital techniques for stunning Photo effects and scrapbook pages.
Rank #2: TMKL 020 Conversation with Scrapbooker Christy Stricker.
Christy Strickler talks about "her scrapbook evolution," how her scrapbooking and video game play are companion obsessions, her approach to learning with online craft classes, and her movement onto design teams and teaching her own classes.