Creativity is what fuels us, but can also be what overwhelms us. If you’re here, you’re most likely a multi-passionate creative and you know this all too well. What we’ve found through our conversations is that setting up structure to help your creativity have it’s own space is what will help cultivate the life you’re wanting to build for yourself. Let us help you pave the way to be a more creative boss.
Kathleen Shannon joins to share a conversation on handling distractions and finding focus as a multi-passionate creative. From dealing with shiny object syndrome to narrowing in on your core genius and dedicating yourself to becoming great at something, we discuss the process and benefits of improving your focus.
Two multi-passionate creatives, D’ana Joi Spencer and Dana Kaye, join Emily in a conversation that navigates through the definition of being a multi-passionate creative entrepreneur, whether or not you should be focusing your endeavors, and the pros and cons of being our kind of boss.
Putting aside the strict business talk, Emily and Kathleen discuss the importance of being a creative, the difference between a creative process and a business process, what being creative actually looks like, cooking, and how to keep going when you get blocked.
When did you last take time to practice your craft? In today’s episode, Kathleen and Emily discuss how to get better at what you do by finding ways to continue educating yourself, whether it be with books, new tools, school, or even a mentorship. They also explore the idea of pivoting versus evolving, Kathleen getting […]
Contemporary abstract expressionist painter, Amira Rahim, joins us today to talk about carving out your corner in the market as a visual artist, using tools such as Instagram to share your work and story, and asking for money in exchange for your art.
Jeremy Bailey, Creative Director at Freshbooks Cloud Accounting, joins us to talk about implementing Design Thinking in your creative process, managing your time as a creative with a full-time job, and redefining art.
Grant Faulkner of NaNoWriMo joins us to talk about the writing process, owning the title of “writer,” and getting past blocks or struggles to make writing a part of your routine and write your first or next novel.
Why do creatives need more pep talks to get in the right mindset of growth and possibility in order to fight that fixed mindset? Andy J Pizza, host of the Creative Pep Talk podcast, joins us to talk about believing in your infinite capability and moving forward with the “why” that drives everything you do and […]
Life coach, Kristen Kalp, joins us today to talk about being brave and showing up for yourself in your life and in your business. We’re talking about weighing the desire of a six-figure income vs. showing up for authentic human connection in your business, separating your work’s worth from your self-worth, and taking the time […]
What happens when you commit yourself to a passion project and don’t let go? Kendra Aronson is on the podcast sharing her story of how she launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund her popular cookbook after the passion project wouldn’t leave her mind.
How do you find your voice as a creative entrepreneur? And specifically, how do your find your voice again after you’ve shifted your business, your experience, or your platform for sharing? It’s no secret at this point that we are writing a Being Boss book, and finding our voice has been something that we have […]
Laura Tremaine (aka The Hollywood Housewife) is joining us today to talk all about creativity and being creative even if you’re not monetizing (yet) by following your own rules of how your creativity thrives.
Today we’re talking with Tiffany Ima, a stylist and image coach for coaches and speakers. Tiffany shares how you can build authority and confidence with an intentional style that reflects your message and personality, so today we’re talking about how we can use our style to enhance our personal brand to make us more boss.
Today we’re welcoming illustrator and author, Becky Simpson, who has just launched Chipper Things, a product line based on her art. So today we’re talking about what it really looks like to make a living creating art, self-doubt, and naming your business.
In this episode, the What’s In Your Orbit worksheet was mentioned. Download your copy here!
At some point in running a business, creative entrepreneurs often find themselves focusing more on everyday tasks like email, social media content, and other administrative tasks and forgetting that the main reason they started their business is to have creative freedom and to do work that they love. In this episode, join Emily as she […]
What do you do if you’re inspired to be an entrepreneur and you feel like you have the drive to be your own boss, but you don’t know what to do? We’re talking about how to find your calling and what to do with that motivation to be your own boss when you don’t quite […]
Today’s minisode is all about how to set up a productive workspace. We’re sharing how our own workspaces have evolved over time and things we like in our environment to put us in the boss mindset and do the work.