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Building a career in graphic design doesn't need to be daunting anymore, especially with mentors and communities that offer support and guidance on how to get that design career off the ground.
I like to say “Out of feed, out of mind” because content marketing is still very much a numbers game.
In this unpredictable economy we face, it’s tough to always keep up with the ever-turning tides of creative entrepreneurship and even our personal lives. But with guidance from the right people and support from the best colleagues, we can find the strength and courage to roll with the waves.
Do you think your design degree prepared you enough to survive in this creative economy? Can you confidently say that you have all the tools and knowledge you need to thrive as a creative professional?
“Can a Designer be a Strategist?” That was what one event participant asked Christine.
Email is still the number 1 marketing tool for direct contact and engagement with your audience.
Jesse Showalter - An Authority in Authenticity: Personal Branding That Puts a Premium on Genuinely Giving Real Value to Others
As a creative professional who also maintains a personal brand, how important is it to carve out authenticity in what you do and how you show up online?
The thing with networking is if you’re uncomfortable doing it, then you’re doing it right because true connections are built outside your comfort zone.
Laura Pearman - Living and Breathing Brands: Making Personal Brands Come Alive by Offering Creative Direction as an Experience
When building your personal brand, it’s a non-negotiable to be true to yourself and leverage your own story. So it goes without saying that how you show up online should be in tune with who you are offline.
Does your website serve the purpose you've intended for it?
While it’s true that growing your network is a numbers game, it’s also very important to cultivate deep and lasting relationships with your connections. Today's guest takes this to heart and proudly shares that rather than having followers, he strives to get to know his connections as friends.
Persuade through your work and through your words.
How do brand strategy and marketing come into play in tech startups?
How important is it to build a brand that aligns with your passion? Should you launch a business based on what you’re good at or on what you love?
More often than not, artists are told that they can’t make a living out of their passion.
From pursuing a career in finance to launching a creative business, this episode's guest proves that it is possible to blend in contrasting environments.
“It is not the strongest or the smartest of species that survive. It is the most adaptable to change.” – Charles Darwin
A lot of young creative entrepreneurs want to sell everything to everyone and end up getting no traction. How do you really streamline your ideas into action and get your business off the ground?
As the old saying goes: “The more you ask, the more you know.”
There’s a crisis of confidence out there as a result of the COVID situation we’re finding ourselves in.
Anne LaFollette - Late Career Pivot: From Corporate Employee to Digital Entrepreneur Making Multiple 6-Figures
From losing a corporate job at 55 to launching a creative business at 63, today's guest truly embodies her brand’s tagline “It’s never too late to create”.
In this episode, I dive into the world of radio and podcasting with one of the leading experts in audio — James Mulvany. James is the Founder of Radio.co, Podcast.co, and MatchMaker.fm.
It’s common for many in business, much more creative entrepreneurs who have built their solopreneurship around their personal brands, to be overwhelmed at the many things that could and should be done to grow their business.
Are you familiar with the human cloud? It’s the digital and remote model of work that, according to today’s podcast guest, over half the US workforce will transition to within the next five years.
For many creative entrepreneurs, the fear of posting content online remains one of the biggest hurdles in scaling their personal brand and business online.
All branding experts and even creative professionals who dabble in branding tip their hats to this episode’s guest.
Because we find ourselves in a creative economy, there has never been a better time to become a designer or creative professional.
2020 is shaping up to be a pretty bad year all around but for today’s podcast guest, nothing can top how awful 2008 was for him and his family.
In this episode, I speak with someone who probably has the strongest influence when it comes to influencers and leveraging them for social media.
Networking is an invaluable skill that opens up many opportunities for any entrepreneur. But for those who are more introverted, it can be tough to interact with others, let alone foster strong connections with them.