Last year we talked to Juan Rodriguez (whose music is under the name Sinego) about how to build a following online. A year later we catch up. He’s still killing it with his music career, but he has a new found passion to leverage his art for social change. We hone in on that and ask, “how do we bring a deep sense of meaning and power to our creative work?”
The road is different for everyone. But there are also some broad principles that can be helpful as we build a creative career. In this episode, we talk about 5 things that are really important on our road toward a successful creative career.
Maybe you weren't nurtured as a kid. Maybe you grew up in a really supportive environment. Either way, nurturing yourself through adulthood is essential if you're going to make creativity your career. Here are 4 ways to make sure you're being treated well.
The best way to make creativity your career? Force yourself to have creative time. Create content. Share the content. Build bridges with people. Once you have work and an audience who cares about your work… you’ve got it made!
As we make creativity our careers, we will have moments of isolation and moments of relationship. Both are really valuable. In this episode, we look at elements of both isolation and relationship and take time to evaluate these two things in our own lives and practice.
This episode comes to you from Nashville, TN. So, naturally, we look at some aspects of music and what it can teach us about chasing our dreams. No matter what you’re building, these 5 things will help you bring it to life.
Part 3 of 3… We want to make creativity our career. But that can be really hard sometimes. In this series of episodes, we talk about how to bring our dreams to life without beating ourselves us along the way.
A continuation from last week… We want to make creativity our career. But that can be really hard sometimes. In this series of episodes, we talk about how to bring our dreams to life without beating ourselves us along the way.
We want to make creativity our career. But that can be really hard sometimes. In this series of episodes, we talk about how to bring our dreams to life without beating ourselves us along the way.
We need people who support us. We need editors. We need managers. But sometimes, the line gets blurry. Sometimes, the people we care for the most start playing roles we don’t want or need them to play. Today, we talk about how to invite others into our creative process in ways that keep our relationships healthy.
Being a working actor can be an exciting life. But – like all creative careers – it’s often filled with ups and downs. In this episode, we talk to these two incredible Broadway actors about their careers and how they’re doing it!
Pain is very real. And sometimes it can feel overwhelming. It can quickly become immobilizing. But what if we could begin turning it into a creative force? In this episode we talk about the very real nature of pain. But we also explore how it can make us better humans and better artists.
Creating innovative work comes by having an internal locus of control. When we’re controlled by external forces, like the opinions of people, it immobilizes us. But when we create from within, things shift for the better. This week, we talk about creating from within and all the amazing things that can do for us.
It’s so easy to fall prey to how hard it is to make stuff! It is hard, for sure. But there are a few things we can do to stay the course and build our creative careers! Here they are.
We all have different things that work for us. When you find a workflow that works for you, you’ll be more productive and love your work more! It’s a crucial step in making creativity your career. So find your flow.
Here are 5 tips for getting great feedback that will make your work better.
If you find yourself in a rigid, black and white environment, maybe it’s tough to embrace creativity and critical thinking. But it’s so necessary. These two things are the way we solve the world’s problems. In this episode, we talk about overcoming those obstacles and embracing creativity and critical thinking for the amazing gifts they truly are.
Where we are today is not where we’ll always be. And when we get where we’re going, it’ll look different than we expect. So, we need to start enjoying the journey. This week, we talk about how to live today to enjoy life and our creative process.
When we ask the question, “does my content need to be good?” we often think about production value. And that’s a good thing to think about. But “good” is so much more than production value. How can we approach content and understand what connects with our audience? This week on the Artrepreneur Podcast!
This time, we talk about the important role of regular content in the process of building an audience. Also, a big tip in how to get a good workflow going.