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Chase Jarvis is a visionary photographer, artist and entrepreneur. Cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade, he is the founder & CEO of CreativeLive. In this show, Chase and some of the world’s top creative entrepreneurs, artists, and celebrities share stories designed to help you gain actionable insights to recognize your passions and achieve your goals.

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Chase Jarvis is a visionary photographer, artist and entrepreneur. Cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade, he is the founder & CEO of CreativeLive. In this show, Chase and some of the world’s top creative entrepreneurs, artists, and celebrities share stories designed to help you gain actionable insights to recognize your passions and achieve your goals.

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Inspiring + Actionable

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Chase's podcast is on point! The conversations are so genuine- full of what matters. I have felt truly inspired on more than one occasion. :)

Love the guests and knowledge dropped

By Alexq23 - Nov 21 2019
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A podcast that drops tons of value and knowledge on how to grow and do what you love! Plenty of amazing guests that share how to grow yourself, build businesses and growing with community!

iTunes Ratings

443 Ratings
Average Ratings
374
55
7
2
5

Inspiring + Actionable

By Tap anything lover - Dec 29 2019
Read more
Chase's podcast is on point! The conversations are so genuine- full of what matters. I have felt truly inspired on more than one occasion. :)

Love the guests and knowledge dropped

By Alexq23 - Nov 21 2019
Read more
A podcast that drops tons of value and knowledge on how to grow and do what you love! Plenty of amazing guests that share how to grow yourself, build businesses and growing with community!
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The Chase Jarvis LIVE Show

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Chase Jarvis is a visionary photographer, artist and entrepreneur. Cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade, he is the founder & CEO of CreativeLive. In this show, Chase and some of the world’s top creative entrepreneurs, artists, and celebrities share stories designed to help you gain actionable insights to recognize your passions and achieve your goals.

Rank #1: Brené Brown: The Quest For True Belonging

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Brené now holds the record for the most cjLIVE appearances, this being her third time on the show. She is a vulnerability and empathy expert and has one of the most watched TED Talks of all time on the subject and is the author of four New York Times best selling books, one of which, Daring Greatly, is my playbook for staying creative and true to myself. Her new book, Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone, has come out at a time where we need it most with our world being as divisive and disconnected as it is, it’s giving us the tools and ideas to use our unique skills to help connect with each other.

Like in our past episodes, we quickly go deep in this conversation. Brené drops bombs about the importance of connection and how to use your art and creativity to get there. We talk about power of paradox and you need to look no further than the paradox of her no bullshit Texan way of communicating her vulnerabilities as a paradox in itself. It was so refreshing to break down boundaries with Brené again after a year- hope you enjoy the interview as much as I do.

In today’s episode:

We talk about how divisive times are good breeding grounds for good art and how that art may be just what we need to form stronger connections between us. Art can save us.

Brené has such a unique way of talking about valuing your work. Have a strong back and a soft front. We talk about how to set boundaries around your worth and communicate that value without being a jerk.

Everything in this episode comes down to taking the reigns on your brain. You will learn about and tactics on how to use your intellect to your advantage, especially when your lizard brains wants to take over.

Enjoy!

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.chasejarvis.com/podcast

This episode 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.

Oct 18 2017

1hr 34mins

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Rank #2: Brené Brown: Daring Greatly to Unlock Your Creativity

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You guys know how much I love Brené. She’s been the show multiple times-- in fact, I think she holds the record for most number of times on the show. Her philosophies on fear, vulnerability, and courage are so so powerful and when you realize how these things are acting in your life, you can unlock a whole new level of understanding around the things that have been holding you back.

Today I’m going into the archives to share her first ever conversation with me on the show three years ago. It’s not available here on the podcast and it’s so valuable I wanted you could take this talk on the go. If you’ve heard this before, you already know re-listening to Brené is never a bad thing. So many ah ha moments in this talk and we waste no time getting into it.

In this episode,

* Brené talks about how as a culture we’re raised to believe that vulnerability is weakness and so acting brave is being strong. As a society, this attitude creates a bravado - a sort of “postering, fake bravery”.

* Brené shared something that, for me, has stuck with me all these years and that’s, as creatives, we need to and get to decide whose opinions matter and whose don’t. She pulls out a short list of the people whose opinions matter to her, literally from her wallet.

* We talk about how you heal when someone kicks you while you’re down, and Brené talks a lot about building a support structure, whether that’s a therapist, coach, or your community. Your support team is a huge resource, even your greatest heroes relied on their communities to find and maintain success.

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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.

Apr 19 2018

1hr 31mins

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Rank #3: Ramit Sethi: Change Your Habits, Change Your Life

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How many times have you told yourself “I know I should _____, but [insert excuse here]”? And how much progress would you have made toward your goals if you were able to silence that voice and get rid of the excuses that keep you from putting in the work that you know you should? If you’re like most of us, you’d rather not answer those questions— but as you’ll learn from this great conversation with Ramit Sethi, the answer is simple: change your habits, and you’ll change your life.

In our talk we discuss: * what separates the best from those who want to get rich quick: patience, discipline, and sacrifice * be more comfortable saying no and focus on a couple things you can be great at * carving out weekly time in the schedule to think big. think strategy. * and Ramit confesses something that few other legends of his stature will confess… namely about how he might only have 1-2 big ideas per year, but you need to go through the mess to get to those gems

... and much much more.

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.

Oct 13 2016

1hr 27mins

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Rank #4: How to Build Real Confidence with Mel Robbins

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Mel Robbins is the most booked female speaker in the world, an American on-air CNN commentator and television host, contributing editor for Success magazine and author of The 5-Second Rule. Her TED Talk around the 5-second Rule is a simple framework to turn inaction into action and has garnered over 10 million view.

Mel has been on the show previously, and this week, I wanted to share a portion of a class she gave on CreativeLive on building self-confidence. Confidence is an important part of success and when those 3AM gremlins creep in, we all need a set of tools we can use to help give us the courage to put ourselves out there, and try something we’re not 100% sure about. Mel helps us unpack the what confidence is, how to build it, and gives us 5 habits that enable us keep us on track.

What I love about Mel is not only is she insanely inspirational she is also super super actionable. I love to share her content when I can and today is a lesson on self confidence that we all need to hear.

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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. 

Jan 30 2019

33mins

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Rank #5: Mel Robbins: 5 Seconds To Change Your Life

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Mel Robbins is the most booked female speaker in the world, an American on-air CNN commentator and television host, contributing editor for Success magazine and author of The 5-Second Rule. Her TED Talk around the 5-second Rule is a simple framework to turn inaction into action and has garnered over 10 million views. What I love about Mel is her hard-hitting, no bullshit real talk. You won’t get any sugar coating here. She calls herself the fucked up friend that figured things out and has become wise. Now, she doesn’t want us to make the same mistakes she did. She’s done the hard work and the research, science of habit, science of confidence, the way self-doubt works. She’s on a mission to share everything she’s learned.

In this episode:

  • We talk a lot about anxiety. Mel says she was born a worrier, and around age 21, the panic attacks started becoming paralyzing. Not everyone has dealt with depression and anxiety, but we’ve all had gone through hard times. And the open & thoughtful tools Mel shares are useful for everyone.
  • Mel says “you don’t have to think the way you have to think.” The basis of her book is the 5-second rule, which is taking the world by storm. There is a connection between our wellbeing and our thoughts. Mel and I go deep into her technique the 5-second rule to change habits.
  • We also get a sneak peek of a technique Mel is currently researching that works every time to help you find your passion, make choices, and audit your life. I cannot wait for you to hear it.

Enjoy!

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.chasejarvis.com/podcast

This episode 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.

Nov 01 2017

1hr 19mins

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Rank #6: Gregory Heisler on Embracing Your Uniqueness

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You know Gregory Heisler, or at the very least, you've seen his work. Gregory is a prolific photographer best known for his 70 cover portraits for TIME Magazine and has graced the pages of Life, Esquire, Fortune, GQ, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and The New York Times Magazine. 

We recently had the pleasure of hosting Gregory in our CreativeLive studios to present his talk on embracing one’s own uniqueness. Now, I attend a lot of keynotes, speeches, and presentations. Not often do I stand in the audience yelling “PREACH!” like I was during Gregory’s presentation. His thoughts on prioritizing the expression of your own voice, vision and style over technique is spot on and follows the career path of so many professional and prolific creators in my circle. Listen in, take heed, and let me know what you think. If you'd like to see the video version of this talk, you can watch it for FREE here: https://cr8.lv/2v39iS2

A few topics from this episode,

* Making what you can’t help but make is how you find your own unique style and it helps you get paid for your art. It’ll be easy because you can’t help but make it anyways, it’ll be your best work because it’s what comes naturally to you, and people will hire you to make more of what you can’t help but make anyways.

* The three main components of making art are vision, technique, and style. Too many of us get hung up on the technique, but vision and style is what differentiates you from the rest of the pack. Lean into your own vision and develop confidence in your style.

* If you want to be a professional creative, you’ve got to get comfortable being uncomfortable. Making art is an uncertain path and there will be days where you may not be able to pay the rent or even make a good photograph, but trust and own the process.

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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. 

Aug 01 2018

1hr 14mins

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Rank #7: Transform Your Consciousness w/ Jason Silva

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If you’re familiar with Jason then you know he’s an incredibly unique human. And if you’re not, then I'll do my best-- but you really just need to check out his work. He’s a brilliant and insanely insightful creator whose work sits at the intersection of philosophy, personal development and film much like my own work. You may know him as the host of Nat Geo’s “Brain Games,” from his short film series “Shots Of Awe” or his latest show “Origins” which is in its debut season. It’s really tough to put a label on his work, so instead of trying I’m simply going to echo his words - he calls them “espresso shots of philosophy” and while that’s a bit of a mouthful it’s also a very accurate characterization.

Today on the podcast,

* We talk about how Jason got his start on Al Gore’s cable channel Current TV

* He explains why the "one man band" approach is the best way for him to work and how technology has made that possible for an entire generation of creators

* In the tail end of this episode we get into a bunch of heady, somewhat esoteric stuff that you will absolutely love if you’re a fan of Jason’s YouTube stuff - everything from transhumanism to psychedelics to metaphysics

Enjoy!

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.

Jun 28 2017

1hr 14mins

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Rank #8: Neil Strauss: Embrace Your Fears

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Neil Strauss is a seven-time NYT best selling author. He became an international celebrity and an accidental hero to men after writing The Game, where he went undercover in a secret society of pickup artists for two years.

If that wasn’t enough Neil is an award winning columnist at the New York Times and Rolling Stone, for which he’s well-known for earning the trust of some of the most guarded and secretive celebrities in the world.

Today on the podcast...

* We dig into vulnerability. Neil says the things that you’re most afraid to share are probably the things you to. If you’re feeling it, other people will too.

* We also talk about the inner critic - the programmed messages you carry that aren’t true.

* And we tackle fear: where it comes from, and how your best work can come from it.

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.

Dec 29 2016

1hr 28mins

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Rank #9: Elle Luna: Should vs Must

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If you’ve ever asked yourself - as almost all of us have - “how can I find and follow my calling and my passion,” then you’re going to get a lot out of this conversation. Elle has a book describing her own search for an answer to this question which is called “The Crossroads of Should And Must” which explores the tension between the expectations that parents, friends, and culture put on us (what she calls “should”) and who we are and what we know to be true (what she calls “must”). 

Today on the podcast,

* She breaks work down into 3 categories: jobs, careers and callings. So many of us are stuck in one of the first 2, looking for a way to get to the 3rd.

* Accountability comes up again - a common theme in a lot of these conversations as a really key part of the creative process, to help get us across the finish line and actually COMPLETE our ideas. For Elle, the key is attaching a human to it - she says “if someone I love is counting on me to deliver something, I won’t let them down.”

* Another familiar theme that comes up again is structure- some creatives resist structure, but I am a firm and passionate believer that structure doesn’t hinder creativity, it helps it. Elle talks about how she uses structure-- one of her little hacks is setting a kitchen timer in 17 minute increments, and during that 17 minutes she can’t deviate from the task at hand.

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.

Feb 02 2017

1hr 18mins

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Rank #10: Brené Brown: Rising Strong in a Digital World

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She calls herself a shame and vulnerability researcher, she’s a storyteller, and has one of the most popular ted talks of all time. Brené Brown studies and talks about subjects we’re all intimately familiar with, but most of us rarely discuss. She has deeply, deeply inspired me. She’s a life changer, and a game changer and she also has 3 NYT Best Sellers in the top 10, including her latest book, Rising Strong.

I love this conversation with Brené and we go deep into the things we face as creatives and are working to make sense of. For example, we get into failure, dealing with critics, and how to handle those gremlins in your head telling you you’re not good enough.

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.

Aug 11 2016

1hr 26mins

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Rank #11: Seth Godin: How to Do Work That Matters for People Who Care

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Legend alert!!! Seth Godin is a force of nature and a shaman to so many creatives and entrepreneurs. He has taught and inspired millions of entrepreneurs, marketers, leaders, and fans from all walks of life, via his blog, online courses, lectures, and his 18 (yes, count them - 18!) bestselling books. If you’ve been following his work, you’ll know he’s one most brilliant marketing minds of our time. Seth’s latest book, This Is Marketing, helps reframe how thinking small is the new big! More precisely how we will find success if we at first make our products - whatever they are — for the smallest viable audience.  Seth believes your most generous and insightful work needs this help - YOUR HELP - finding the people it’s meant to serve....

If there has been a guest that can speak directly to that little voice in your head - and help you get this marketing stuff RIGHT - it’s Seth. Pure sage. And purely actionable.  

In this episode:

  • The riskiest thing you can do it make average stuff for average people and pitch it to the masses. Instead, focus on the smallest viable audience (e.g. your patrons at table 4 of your restaurant) and bring magic to them, they will come back and they will bring their friends.
  • If you try to please everyone, you’ll stop pleasing the people you care about. Seth shares some strategies on how to focus on the people that care about your work and better serve them.
  • We all want to do work that matters for people who care. But we trip ourselves up thinking we need to become an evil marketer and spam the world. Fortunately, the best way to achieve your marketing goals is to help others become who they want to be.
  • and much more…!

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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. 

Nov 14 2018

1hr 16mins

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Rank #12: Start Before You’re Ready with Humans of New York Brandon Stanton

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If you don’t know Brandon, you definitely know his work. Brandon is the creator of Humans of New York which has accumulated over 20 million followers worldwide and turned into two NYT-bestselling books (Humans of New York and Humans of New York: Stories). It has also spawned an entire genre of similar blogs. Hundreds of aspiring documentarians have followed in HONY’s footsteps, telling the stories of countries, cities, and communities across the world.

During a PhotoWeek session we had at CreativeLive, Brandon shared his story from getting fired at a job he hated to selling everything to move to New York to try to be a photographer. Brandon shares what he has learned along the journey of interviewing thousands of people and how they have shaped his storytelling.

If you love this episode, you might also want to check out the video version of this talk to see some of the photos he shares during his talk. You can do that by logging onto creativelive.com and searching “Brandon Stanton”.

In today's episode:

  • There’s a subtle but crucial mind shift that needs to happen if you want mental freedom. You need to consciously decide what you’re going to spend your brain power on and consciously decide what you’re not. Focus on the things that make you feel the way you want to feel and do the things you want to be doing.
  • You can plan all you want, but you won’t know if your plan works until you start executing it. The original Humans of New York plan looks nothing like what the project has turned into today.
  • Choosing the work that you do is a better goal than not working at all. Following your dreams is hard work, but success is getting to spend every day doing what you want to be doing. Worth it.

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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.  

Aug 22 2018

43mins

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Rank #13: Elizabeth Gilbert: The Art of Being Yourself

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Brace yourself for a TRULY powerful episode with the bestselling author and creative genius, Elizabeth Gilbert. Although best known for her memoir Eat, Pray, Love--which went on to sell over 12 million copies and became a film staring Julia Roberts—she’s also one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world… The whole world. Spend some time with her in your ears on today’s podcast and you’ll know why in under a minute...   In this episode, we cover
  • How Liz considers mental health her full time job, and writing / being a professional creator is a hobby. 
  • How the only way out of pain is through honesty. Liz shares her experiences working through the loss of her partner to cancer. The things we won’t even admit to ourselves will cause us pain, even to the point of mental and physical breakdown
  • Her latest INCREDIBLE novel called City of Girls (…a "delicious novel of glamour, sex, and adventure, about a young woman discovering that you don’t have to be a good girl to be a good person”)
  • Why mercy is the foundation to any creative endeavor.
  • How creativity and writing can be a tool to slow the mind during hard times.
  • And lots more. Liz is seriously remarkable - a force of nature that you’re going to love…  
Can’t wait for you to dig in. Enjoy!

Today's episode 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. 

Jul 24 2019

58mins

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Rank #14: Unconventional Ways to WIN with Rand Fishkin

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This week on the show we’ve got serial entrepreneur, marketer extraordinaire and SEO genius Rand Fishkin. Among other things, the guy is an online content legend, having built the legendary MOZ, one of the first online resources / communities helping creators optimize for SEO (yes search engine optimization...aka if you make content, it's helping your people find you on the internet) and now he’s got a new company you’ve gotta know about, and a new BOOK, called Lost & Founder - aimed at helping all of us creators and entrepreneurs find our way.  SUCH A USEFUL BOOK.  But even more than the “what” Rand does…it’s the HOW he does it that I find completely extraordinary.  Everything, it seems, has been non-traditional.  From college dropout to serial entrepreneur.  Join us on this conversational journey as we dispel startup culture tropes, ‘best practices' and fight back against “traditional” wisdom.

A few topics from this episode:

* There are three key components to building successful and enjoyable content: build on a medium that you are passionate about, create something of unique value, and put the content where your audience actually hangs out.  Sounds easy, but Rand is unapologetic and VERY helpful in guiding us you understand just how to get this right...

* It’s been a recurring theme on this show that taking care of yourself with good habits- sleep, exercise, and not overworking yourself actually lead to your best work. The idea that overworking yourself will lead to success and happiness is misguided at best.  Rand has solutions for you.

* The most important things to be tracking from potential clients and followers are not Twitter or Instagram followers. It’s not likes or shares. It’s something else that is a leading indicator to be in control of your business growth on your own terms… the answer?  Listen and find out ;)

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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. 

Jul 25 2018

1hr 43mins

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Rank #15: Ramit Sethi: Make More Money

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No one has single-handedly given me better insight about the business side of art than the New York Times bestselling author, Ramit Sethi. He’s a business savant, mindset master, habit king, and money maker.

Ramit is a regular on the show by now, and this episode is the first one we did together. It was such a hit and I still get so much positive feedback on how powerful his advice is that we had to share it with you on the podcast. Our conversation is packed full of both mindset shifts as well as tried and true tactical advice so you can earn more money. And we’re not talking nickels more. We’re talking 10x more. Give it a listen and give the techniques a try.

In this episode:

* If you can learn to understand your client, find solutions they need, and communicate in their language, price becomes a triviality.  Show your future clients you’ve done the work by using “the briefcase technique.”

* We talk about negotiating. If you’re a freelancer, are you getting paid by the hour? We need to change that to value-based pay…

* Ramit shares how to, step by step, land your next pitch, freelance gig, double your rates, make more money.  I’ve always felt very competent in this world, but Ramit’s knowledge helped me drive a step change into my growth around the business of creativity.

Enjoy!

Today's episode 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.

Feb 14 2018

1hr 29mins

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Rank #16: Become A Master Communicator w/ Vanessa Van Edwards

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Vanessa Van Edwards bills herself as a “behavioral investigator” - what that means is that she is absolutely amazing at unpacking what makes people do the things they do and turning that into proven, actionable techniques for others to hone their own people skills. She’s written for publications like CNN, Fast Company and forbes and is the author of the brand new (and incredibly good) book “Captivate: The Science Of Succeeding With People.” You’ve heard me talk many times about the critical importance of soft skills in building a successful career as a creator, and Vanessa is THE authority on this mega-important topic.

Today on the podcast,

* She talks about the difference between decoding and encoding emotional signals and how to apply that idea - for example, monitoring the micro-emotions that you are encoding with your body language and facial expressions (if you suffer from RBF this segment is for you!)

* Tons of amazing little hacks that will help you hone your people skills. As just one example that takes literally just a few seconds, when you see a closeup of someone’s face on tv, try making that same face - it will help develop your ability to feel empathy because you’ll find that you start feeling the same emotions that they’re feeling

* Vanessa is also a master negotiator, and gets into some ninja negotiating techniques. You’ve heard me say that you need to raise your rates and these are the specific tactics you should be using to do so - this is the kind of specific, tactical stuff that I love

Enjoy!

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.chasejarvis.com/podcast.

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Apr 19 2017

1hr 25mins

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Rank #17: When to listen to the voices in your head

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I’ve talked before about that 3AM voice - the one that whispers in your ear that you're not good enough or that maybe you'll fail and so therefore it's probably better if you just quit now. That voice is what I call the gremlins. The gremlins are not your friend, and you've got to learn how to ignore them. But here's the thing - there’s another voice that often sounds very similar to the gremlin voice, except that it’s RIGHT. It’s the voice of your instincts, and its absolutely critical that you trust and listen to this voice.

The key here is to learn how to tell the two apart, because like I said they can sound very similar until you learn how to train your inner ear to know the difference between gremlins and instincts - and in this episode I give you the details on how to do exactly that.

Enjoy!

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.chasejarvis.com/podcast.

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Mar 09 2017

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Rank #18: James Altucher: Experiment and give up fast

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To list all of James Altucher's accomplishments would take more space than we have here, but the short version is that he's written something like 18 books, he’s got a wildly popular blog called the Altucher Confidential, an awesome podcast, and he's started 20 (yes, 20!) companies-- and that's just the highlights.

Today on the podcast...

* We talk about a great framework for a daily checklist: Am I doing something for my physical health? For my personal relationships, creativity, and practicing some gratitude?

* We get into some specific tips on how to deal with anxiety, specifically how to keep it from coming between you and getting closer to your dreams

* James talks about why you need to think of yourself as a business (literally as a collection of SKUs) and why we’re all likely to be “hyphens” in the future

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.

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Jan 12 2017

1hr 19mins

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Rank #19: Tim Ferriss on Creativity, Simplicity and the Power of Audio

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You know him, you love him, you’ve heard him here before… today’s podcast guest is A DEAR friend and a legend by any measure. It’s the one and only, Mr. Tim Ferriss!  Author of five #1 New York Times best sellers, including his most recent Tribe of Mentors, star of his own TV show The Tim Ferriss Experiment, and host of one of the most popular podcasts in the world, The Tim Ferriss Show which has over 300 million downloads to date. In today's episode, we focus on Tim’s shift from writing as a central pillar of creation to a world where his podcast is central to most of the other media he creates (books, videos, blog posts etc). To say that this episode is “rich” with insight would be a dramatic understatement. In this episode we tear into… - WHO are his epic guests, how does he choose and land them? - WHY is he focused on his podcast? There’s some really good reasons... - HOW he does it…exactly what’s his workflow and key equipment - WHEN / where and all the rest of it ;)  Tim also has mastered the ability to set a goal and break it down into small actions that make insanely huge goals seem reasonable. So we get tactical on goals he sets for himself around the show…and his life.  We see a rarely before POV heard from Tim (I think he went deep here because we’ve been homies for about a decade) about his overarching life perspective about doing the things that bring you joy, and doing it in a way that's easy.  So whether you're a classic “Tim” fan, interested in starting or growing your own podcast, OR just simply looking to do more of the things you love, this show is a must. 

You’ll also learn:

  • Tim doesn’t start many projects with a simple “how much money will I make from this?” A better question that he asks himself to vet the quality of his next endeavor is “what relationships can I develop and what skills will I learn in accomplishing this project?”
  • If you wait until you’re ready, you’re never going to start. Tim didn’t have a name for his podcast, didn’t know how he was going to monetize it, and admittedly knew nothing about the technical involvements of starting a podcast. He just had to jump in.
  • The most important piece of the puzzle is being different. You will not find success in a crowded marketplace (like podcasting) by being 10% better.
  • We couldn’t have Tim on the show without talking about time efficiency. Tim breaks down into deep detail the how and why he batch records his episodes and how he structures his week around recording. Regardless of what kind of content you’re creating, Tim shares so many useful tactics that you can poach.

Enjoy!

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Sep 26 2018

1hr 2mins

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Rank #20: The Formula For Peak Performance w/ Steven Kotler

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Steven is an entrepreneur and writer whose work has appeared in just about every publication you can think of-- New York Times, Forbes, Wired, TIME, you name it and was nominated for a Pultizer for his book “A Small Furry Prayer. I wanted to have Steven on here because he has a very unique focus in his latest book “Stealing Fire”: understanding peak human performance -- not in an abstract sense, but the specific mechanisms that make people like world-class athletes, Navy SEALs, and entrepreneurs able to do the incredible things they do and more importantly, how that formula can be reverse-engineered and applied to YOUR life.

Today on the podcast,

* We get deep into one of Steven’s signature themes which is “flow:” the optimal state of consciousness where we feel + perform our best 

* Why mindfulness is a super important part of all this-- Steven says that many of us live in a constant state of mild fight or flight that overtaxes our nervous system

* The implications of all this specifically for creatives - what Steven learned from studying ravers, CEOs, SEALs is actually directly applicable to us

Enjoy!

Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.chasejarvis.com/podcast.

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Jun 21 2017

1hr 7mins

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Finding True North with Chelsea Yamase (@ChelseaKauai)

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So many of us are going along on the path that we think we want, only to realize that something is missing. The same was true for today’s guest, Chelsea Yamase (@chelseakauai) who found herself heading into a potential career that was slowly killing her soul. Through a winding path of architecture, graphic design, journalism, and a myriad of side hustles, she found herself faced with the big question: pursue the unconventional life of your dreams or stick to a “real job”. She lept.

Today, Chelsea is a sought after model, photographer, influencer and movement enthusiast from Hawaii with a focus on mindful living. She’s been featured in Travel and Leisure, Cosmopolitan, Condé Nast Traveler, to name a few, and and worked with numerous brands such as Canon USA, Adidas, Google, Athleta, GoPro, DJI Global and The National Parks Foundation.

In this episode:

  • How to give yourself structure that can help you take a leap into an unconventional lifestyle
  • What can you make with what’s around you? Constraints are a path to creativity and a key gaining new perspectives
  • As money and opportunities come in, how do you stay in alignment with your values and the work you really want to do
  • and much more

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Jan 22 2020

1hr 24mins

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Corey Rich: Good Enough is Never Good Enough

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Corey Rich is a director, writer, and one of the top action sports photographers of our time. He has built a life and a career around his passions for travel and adventure by documenting some of the world’s greatest athletes in extreme locations spanning the globe. From alpine climbing in Pakistan’s Karakoram Mountains to ultramarathon racing in the Sahara Desert of Morocco, freight-train hopping in the American West, underwater cave exploration in the Yucatan and snowboarding in Papua New Guinea - if you're an outdoor adventure lover, you’ve likely seen his work  gracing the pages of your favorite magazines and video screens.

Corey is a long-time friend and a master storyteller, so when he released his latest book, Stories Behind the Images, I couldn’t wait to have him on the show. In this episode, Corey takes us on a journey behind the scenes of his life and career. 

We get into:

  • Doing what you love. The process of chasing the things we know we’re supposed to be doing in our heart.
  • Sacrifice. I don’t know a single person at the top of their game who hasn’t sacrificed something to be where they are today. Corey reflects on what what he’s sacrificed over the years and how he weighs those decisions
  • Striving for great. Corey describes work as being mediocre, good, or great. While to be consistently good will likely make you a professional, striving for great is what will separate you from the rest.

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Jan 15 2020

1hr 29mins

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You Are Not Your Ego with Cheri Huber and Ashwini Narayanan

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Cheri has been a student and teacher of Zen for over 35 years. She is the author of over 20 books on Zen, and founded the Mountain View Zen Center and the Zen Monastery Peace Center. Cheri also founded a non-profit dedicated to transforming lives and ending suffering, Living Compassion, whose primary work is the Africa Vulnerable Children Project in Zambia. 

Ashwini co-facilitates and creates workshops with Cheri. She runs the operations of the two nonprofits that Cheri founded. Her eclectic background includes degrees in physics, business, and computer science to working in advertising, an investment bank, a social enterprise, and several technology startups in the Silicon Valley. 

Cheri and Ashwini have co-written multiple books, including their latest Don’t Suffer, Communicate.

Today’s episode isn’t just about awareness practice, it’s about a framework for navigating life. A few highlights:

  • Zen isn’t just the practice of keeping things nicely organized, it’s also a spiritual practice largely focused on awareness and where you direct attention. 
  • Self-improvement is an endless diss. The very nature of saying we need improvement implies we’re not enough.
  • Cheri and Ashwini share some useful tools to redirect the attention, such as using a recorder to access the wisdom, love, and compassion that is our true nature.
  • We are not our ego. Over the years we are programmed to think in particular ways and believe how things should be. How do we begin to practice presence and become aware of what is really true?

Enjoy!

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Jan 08 2020

1hr 50mins

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There Is Only One You with Clemency Burton-Hill

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There are 7106 languages on earth and yet there are a few universal languages that transcends the language barrier. In this episode we explore one of the first universal languages of human history: music.

My guest today is Clemency Burton-Hill. From underground DJ to the Creative Director at New York Public Radio, she is an author, a musician, and host of multiple podcasts including The Open Ears Project, Classical Fix, and Moments that Made Me. Her latest book, Year of Wonder helps readers explore and experience a new classical musical piece every day.

In this episode:

  • Classical music has a bad rap for being stuffy, boring, and largely inaccessible. Clemency expands on what's available, and how it's really the soundtrack of our lives.
  • The universality of music and how we use music to explore, express, and share. 
  • Of course, Clemency drops so many names of musical artists to explore who are crushing it today. 

Enjoy!

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Jan 01 2020

1hr 13mins

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Chris Burkard: Say Yes to What You Want

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Today’s guest is one many of you have been asking for oh-so-long. He’s one of the top travel, outdoor, and landscape photographers in the world, bringing us to some of the most untamed and powerful landscapes in the pursuit of powerful stories, hidden surf, and a good adventure.

Of course in this episode we get into his new book, At Glacier’s End, but we also get into some meaty topics such as:

In this episode:

  • the power of exploring personal projects and how it can shape new opportunities
  • the sacrifice that comes as pursing your passions
  • personal growth and how it evolves over time
  • and so much more

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Dec 25 2019

1hr 27mins

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Dan Pink: If You Believe In It. Share It.

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Dan Pink is a bestselling author and was the host & co-executive producer of "Crowd Control", a television series about human behavior on National Geographic. He's appeared frequently on NPR, PBS, ABC, CNN, and other TV/radio networks worldwide. His provocative books include Drive, A Whole New Mind, To Sell is Human, and his latest book, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing.

I love Dan's books. He's a ruthlessly practical thinker and in this episode he doesn't hold back. We get into:

  • How to see trends or unlikely connections across by absorbing and learning from a wide variety of sources, whether that's audio programs, books, documentaries, or episodes of Silicon Valley. 
  • Using lists to track influences, sources, and even random ideas or curiosities to spark new ideas
  • Selling isn't a dirty word, it's required to get our ideas out there. If we believe in our work, we have a moral obligation to share it.
  • and so much more...

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Dec 19 2019

1hr 23mins

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Redefine Creativity - A conversation with Kevin Rose

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Today I'm in the hot seat with my long time friend, investor, serial entrepreneur and all around good human, Kevin Rose.

Not too long ago, I was a guest on his podcast, the Kevin Rose Show and it's become one of my favorites. In this episode, we get into:

  • How to build your creative muscle and why it's becoming more important
  • Standing out
  • Forgetting the "shoulds" and uncorking our riches lives
  • and much more

Be sure to check out Kevin's podcast "The Kevin Rose Show" anywhere you listen to podcasts.

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Dec 11 2019

1hr 8mins

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Design Your Life with Creative Calling + Debbie Millman

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Debbie Millman is one of my dear friends, a powerhouse creative and someone who inspires me every day. When I was developing my online companion class to the Creative Calling book, of course I had to ask Debbie to join me on stage for a conversation around designing our life with intention.

Debbie's insight is pure gold. AND - this is just one of the segments from the class. If you already have my book, you can access the entire class for free. All you need to do is visit www.creativelive.com/creativecalling and sign up there.

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Dec 04 2019

21mins

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Resilience and Going Untouchable with Neil Pasricha

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Neil Pasricha is a bestselling author and podcaster whose work focuses on topics core to all of our lives: gratitude, happiness, failure, resilience, and trust. He's the author of six books including The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Awesome Is Everywhere, and his latest book: You Are Awesome.    In this episode:
  • We are too thin skinned. No matter how great our achievements, we're crushed by the simplest things. Neil shares some practical advice to navigate through pain and build resiliency
  • Always do something you're learning... Or as I like to say, how to give yourself permission to suck
  • There's a reason why they call something a "practice". We get into how to let go and allow yourself to be human.
  • and much more

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Nov 27 2019

1hr 20mins

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Trying vs Doing - #AskGaryVee with Gary Vaynerchuk

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In this episode, I stopped by the #AskGaryVee show to talk shop with my man Gary Vaynerchuk. If you've been a follower of this podcast for awhile, you're probably familiar with Gary. If not, it's worth it to take a spin on some old episodes... Gary always brings the fire.

In the meantime, let me fill you in. Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world’s hottest digital agencies.

On the show, we get into a number of topics around creativity, including authenticity, trying vs doing, the creative process, answering a few call in questions, and more.

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Nov 20 2019

51mins

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Self Reliance + Personal Uprising with John Jantsch

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John Jantsch is a veteran marketer. He's written several bestselling books including Duct Tape Marketing and The Referral Engine. He's out with a new book called the Self-Reliant Entrepreneur: 366 Daily Meditations to Feed Your Soul and Grow Your Business 

As you might know, I'm a bit fan of daily habits, so of course we dig into the wisdom this book where he explores inspirations thoughts and writings from notable American authors. Of course, we also get into:

  • We go deep into following your own path and listening to your intuition. 
  • What we can learn from rabble rousers of our history and those who embraced counter culture to follow their own beliefs.
  • The role that self-awareness has in pursuing our dreams. 
  • and much more.

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Nov 13 2019

47mins

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Harmony > Balance with Jason Calacanis

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Today we're going back to San Francisco with myself and Jason Calacanis on stage during my tour stop for my book Creative Calling. Jason is an investor and long time host of the This Week in Startups podcast. And, of course, Jason wastes no time in our conversation. He goes right to the heart of the matter by getting into failure, venture capitol, knowing when to quit, and when to push through.

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Nov 07 2019

1hr 19mins

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Finding Stillness in a Fast Paced World with Ryan Holiday

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Ryan Holiday is described by the New York Times as popularizing stoicism, a philosophy of personal ethics which has been practiced by Kings, presidents, artists, writers, and entrepreneurs. His career started at 19 when he dropped out of college at 19 to work with author Robert Greene. Today, he’s a NYT Bestselling author, with 9 books under his belt, including his latest book: Stillness Is the Key which hit #1 on its first week.

In this episode:

  • Stillness isn’t a monk-like existence only reserved for the enlightened. Stillness is the idea of being still in a chaotic world and where our best work will come from.
  • Ryan’s personal habits and process during the creation process to find stillness and it doesn’t include meditation.
  • How to say no and build a practice around managing your time.

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Oct 30 2019

1hr 11mins

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Getting Unstuck In Your Life with Lewis Howes

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Ever felt STUCK with something in your life? Blocked, like you can’t get past this mental state, this hurdle, this creative block, this bad habit, this… Wait a minute. Why am I even asking that question? Of course you’ve been stuck before. We’ve literally ALL been stuck before. And by extension we all know how much it sucks to be in this state of mind. AND – on the flipside – how amazing it is when you can reclaim your life and get back to the things you want to be thinking, doing, and becoming. I’m obsessed with overcoming the mental blockers that try to keep me down – and I think it’s been a big piece of my personal success. Which is why I thought this little nugget might help.

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Oct 23 2019

8mins

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Creator Therapy with Seth Godin in New York

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Super pumped for this week's podcast... If you happened to miss yours truly + Seth Godin on my tour stop in New York a few weeks ago, here it is.

Of course, the title "Creator Therapy" is a little tongue and cheek. Seth and I gathered with about 120 other creators for a conversation on creativity, creative blocks, and taking that next step. Seth is a sage as always. Super grateful to share the stage and soak in some of his wisdom.

Hope you enjoy the conversation, and please be sure to give a shout out to Seth on the socials if you received some value.

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Oct 16 2019

1hr 30mins

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How to Build Your Brand /w Ben Von Wong

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Reconnected with Ben Von Wong after meeting him as a budding photographer in 2012. Fast forward to today and he's making headlines working with some of the world's largest brands. He shares his lessons learned in growing and building a brand.

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Oct 09 2019

17mins

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Raising Rates & How to Create Your Niche

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There are two things that I love sharing more than anything else. Margaritas and answers to your creative questions. I couldn’t figure out how to get margaritas into your ears this week, but we’ve got some fantastic questions from The Daily Creative (my YouTube show where I answer YOUR questions about the challenges you’re facing on your journey to become an aspiring or professional creative) and some of my favorite answers from the show.

In this episode:

  • Eric worked on a project with a bit of scope creep - which he completed, but thinks he under priced. Now a new project is coming down the pipeline and he's wondering how can he raise his rates with the same client.
  • Kelley's main gig is working as a designer, but he's most passionate about music and would love to find some audio engineering work. He's wondering how can he combine both.

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Oct 02 2019

14mins

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Imagine What's Possible - On Stage /w Humans of New York Creator Brandon Stanton

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My book Creative Calling is out! Thanks for all your love, support, and help getting it out into the world.

We kicked off celebrations in Seattle with over 700 people in attendance to talk about Creativity with my good buddy, Humans of New York creator, Brandon Stanton. I recorded the session for you.

Hope you enjoy!

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Sep 27 2019

1hr 21mins

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Everything Is Figureoutable with Marie Forleo

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You know her, the award-winning host, author and speaker, Marie Forleo returns to the podcast to talk about her new book, Everything Is Figureoutable. In the New York Times Best-Selling book, Marie gives readers tactics to look at setbacks positively and overcome obstacles creatively, so you can start reaching your dreams. 

In this episode, we sit down to talk about how her life experiences influenced the book. She shares stories of fear, failure and always having fun have impacted her life. And we discuss a quote of hers (that I repeat all the time) that can help you get into the creative zone.

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Sep 25 2019

47mins

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Win the Morning. Win the Day with Tim Ferriss

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In small, daily actions you're creating outcomes for yourself and by extension, creating your life.

My man Tim Ferriss is a master at deconstructing the work of others and de-stilling it into a working practice. In fact, he wrote his book Tools of Titans as a reference of some of the tactics, routines, and habits of billionaires. In this quick episode, he shares the 3 key themes he's seen in over 200 hundred people he's interviewed.

Enjoy!

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Sep 18 2019

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Inspiring + Actionable

By Tap anything lover - Dec 29 2019
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Chase's podcast is on point! The conversations are so genuine- full of what matters. I have felt truly inspired on more than one occasion. :)

Love the guests and knowledge dropped

By Alexq23 - Nov 21 2019
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A podcast that drops tons of value and knowledge on how to grow and do what you love! Plenty of amazing guests that share how to grow yourself, build businesses and growing with community!