Makers answer: What are you struggling with? [030]

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Photo credit: Bench Accounting on Unsplash

Welcome to episode #030 of Process!

I can't believe it's already been 30 episodes. How did that even happen?! Time really does fly.

So, today's episode is very different from any I've recorded in the past. I decided to ask a bunch of my friends to share a short clip with us. Each of them tell me the following:

  • What they're making
  • What they're struggling with
  • How they're managing that struggle

I hope you enjoy hearing from some of my favorite makers!

Listen to the episode

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Show notes:

Below, you'll find everyone who contributed to this episode and a link to their Twitter account:

- Mario Callejas

- Natalie Hornsby

- Rick Manelius

- Jason Swett

Sue Caulfield

- Helen Arceyut-Frixione

- Aldo Aguirre

Here are all the links mentioned during the episode:

- Mario Callejas's music over on Spotify

- Article on clearing friendships: 3 strange areas of my life that need tidying

- Caroline Kelso on episode #016 of Process

-  Quote by C.S. Lewis:

"Friendship has no survival value; rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.”

- Aldo Aguirre on episode #005 of Process

- Quote by Cyril Connoly:

"Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self."

Thanks for listening to episode #030! I'd love to hear what you thought about this episode's different format: hit me up on Twitter and let me know?

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Have an awesome week! :-)


Marcella Chamorro