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Creative Elements

Creative Elements

It's never been a better time to earn a living with the things that you make. Creative Elements bridges the gap between art and business by talking to high-profile creators about the nitty gritty of building their creative career.

We discuss the specific elements of their personality, style, or approach that have helped them thrive: elements like focus, vulnerability, revision, and constraints.

By learning how these creators made a living with their art, you'll feel more confident earning a living on your own terms too.

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In partnership with The Podglomerate
In partnership with The Podglomerate
With so many shows talking to artists about their creative process, Creative Elements breaks the mold. The Podglomerate is excited to partner with Creative Elements to tell the stories of creators who have built real businesses around their art and creativity.
Jeff Umbro, CEO of The Podglomerate
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With so many shows talking to artists about their creative process, Creative Elements breaks the mold. The Podglomerate is excited to partner with Creative Elements to tell the stories of creators who have built real businesses around their art and creativity.
Jeff Umbro, CEO of The Podglomerate
Links and Show Notes for All Episodes
Links and Show Notes for All Episodes

#1: Seth Godin [Empathy] — Seth Godin is one of the most prolific writers on the planet. He is also a perfect example of the new model for creators made possible by the internet. In this episode, we talk about art, freelancing, building a personal brand, and why he disagrees with the idea of authenticity.

#2: James Clear [Revision] — James Clear is a personal development keynote speaker and New York Times bestselling author of Atomic Habits. His book sold over 1 million copies in its first 12 months and received a ton of critical acclaim. In this episode, we discuss the lessons learned from writing such a successful book, the sacrifices required, and what it truly means to do A+ work.

#3: Danielle Evans [Vulnerability + Authenticity] — Danielle Evans is an art director and designer that uses real life objects to create pause in a fast paced, digital world. She pioneered Food Typography in 2013 and has worked with the LA Times, Disney, Target, TheGuardian, McDonald's, (RED) campaign, Wix, Aria, Kellogg, Frito Lays, Cadillac, Tesco, and PwC just to name a few. In this episode, we talk about earning a living, competition, and changing creative directions.

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