Spencer Fry talks about what led him to become an "entrepreneur" at 11-years-old and why he's now focusing on helping creators make a living off their passions.Read More
a show for creators and makers that
want a more peaceful creative process
Everywhere I turn, I hear people saying:
"I love my work, but WOW am I struggling."
Most of us experience a rollercoaster of highs and lows in our work—whether we're self-employed or love our 9-5. We all have anxiety and stress created by our creative journeys.
But there's a solution.
In this show, I interview creatives and movers-and-shakers from around the world on:
- A backstage look at what it really takes to create something that makes an impact
- How to make the creative rollercoaster's lows easier to manage
- Methods, habits, and mindsets to feel more peace of mind, no matter what's going on
- Is it possible feel "badass" and "zen" at the same time?
You can find the Process podcast on iTunes and Stitcher, click below:
Below you'll find complete list of the podcast episodes released so far, but here's a good episode to start with:
This episode is all about being a rebel. Violeta is a rebel herself, but she's also inspired by other rebels across the world. She shares her stories about what led her to create a rebel community.
Also? She's an international creator like me! We commiserate about being far from all the opportunities and events in the US.Read More
In my first interview of 2017, I speak to Moose Winans about his passion for photography and how he launched an online business around that passion by always investing in people.
If you're tired of hearing about analytics, metrics, and A/B tests, you'll love Moose's human approach to online business.Read More
I'm back for the 2017 season of Process! And I'm introducing a new type of episode, the Coffee Break.
In this episode, I'll give you a behind-the-scenes look at what it's really like to brainstorm a pivot. In this case, how I'm defining my new target market and writing topics.Read More
In this episode, I interview Anna Quinlan, who describes herself as a storyteller, nature lover, gratitude cultivator, sweat addict, and girl-power enthusiast.
OBVIOUSLY, this conversation is the bomb dot com.Read More
You read that right! I'm BAAACK! I'm super excited to be back on the podcast, sharing more of a backstage view of my creative process. In this episode, I reveal how writing my book is going and what's next for me (including the book, podcast, photography and more.)
Welcome to season 2 of the podcast!Read More
This is a special episode because it's the last one in a while (at least two months or so.)
In this episode, I dive deep into what "making" really means and who is a "maker." (Do you qualify? Most likely.)Read More
I talk to Jean all about sales—how to infuse our creativity in how we sell our work, why selling can transform us personally, and why she fell in love with sales in the first place.
If there's anyone who can help you sell and grow personally at the same time, Jean's the one for the job.Read More
This episode is a little different—instead of interviewing one person, I interview a bunch of people!
I reached out to all kinds of makers and creators to tell me about their current struggles and how they're managing them.Read More
This is a special episode because it's the first time I share a talk I gave in Panama back in July of 2015.
I'll tell you how to do the internal development required to reach your goals—and how to stop worrying forever.Read More
Education is a fascinating topic that impacts ALL of our lives, so how is it affecting our projects?
John Lynn tells us how changing our learning methods can have a huge positive impact on our creativity and businesses.
In this solo episode, I talk about going "pro" and what that means for my projects.
I also give a brief update on how writing Make is going. More importantly, I talk about why I decided to create a free email series called Mindfulness for Makers that's out now.Read More
Out of what seemed like nowhere, Consuelo decided to start watercoloring one month after her baby was born.
Almost a year later, her Etsy shop is thriving and her creativity is flourishing. How does she manage to make art while caring for a baby?Read More
I speak with A.J. Leon, founder of Misfit, about the creative defiance that drives all of his projects—and they are a ton of them!
Also, A.J. shares why purposefully losing money on some projects is part of his business model.Read More
In this episode, I talk about a topic that's been on my mind lately: doubt vs. self-doubt.
I'll also give a behind the scenes look at how this issue has impacted my creative life this past week.Read More
Steve and I discuss his new book Level Up Your Life—what prompted him to become a book author, how he chose the topic for the book, and how he's managed the creative process of book writing.
Also, we dive into why Steve thinks fitness is a "gateway drug" to a better life.Read More
Galo talks to me about the difference between movement and fitness. He shares with us his journey from finance to movement and how teaching CrossFit has impacted him.
Later on in the episode, we discuss how Instagram has played an important role in his collaborations and his upcoming project: a magazine named MOTUS.Read More
I talk to Kate about the common thread that runs through her amazing career: a passion for women in business and technology.
On top of all the projects she's involved with at the moment, she also spends time with her family on their hops farm. Of course, we talk about the ever-elusive "balance", as well.Read More
Victor and I talk about his mission to improve higher education through Experience Institute and how its grown over the past few years, including his crowdfunding campaigns.
In addition, we discuss what he does to decompress and disconnect from his work—which eventually helps to grow and improve his ideas.Read More
This is a special solo episode where I share my own creative process. I'm currently writing a book titled Make, and I go into detail on what it's like to bring that to life.
I go into all of it—landing pages, self-publishing tools, writing schedules, and more.Read More