Most New Years Resolutions die young, but adapt this one word as a lifestyle, to get it so in your body that you don’t have to think about it anymore. It’s a tattoo that you wear in order to remind yourself where your priorities lie in 2016. Allow it to serve as a conduit, a wormhole, from your current state of “Oh, I don’t know, I just want to take some time off” into your goals for conquering 2016. (Also available as a video on YouTube)
Mike Rayburn is a keynote artist using guitar and comedy to inspire people to become their own personal best. In this podcast, we talk about how he engages his audience (thousands of strangers at a time) and how one simple challenge from a friend has led him on a quest to become a self-made virtuoso in multiple parts of his life.
No one’s life is ideal for setting up a routine. We all have roadblocks that will kick us off the path and prevent us from getting back on. Here’s a quick look (and a personal challenge) at why a personal routine needs to be simple, why it needs to be repeatable, how to make it effective.
One of the hardest things about being an artist is that your JOB is to create. So how can you trick yourself into structuring, scheduling, and managing creativity? Click to hear the podcast and download our free eBook.
Eric deLima Rubb of Propared walks us through ‘Total Leadership’ and focusing on the creative time that is at the center of what we want to do as artists.
Your creative muscle doesn’t have to shrink like your bank account while traveling. Here are some ways to keep moving along while you’re moving along.
An extensive list of the best apps for productivity and syncing your ideas between your different work stations.
8: Chris Smith on Juggling Around Iceland, Working from Macro to Micro, and Creating a Dedicated Work Space
Chris Smith, a born entertainer, discusses his journey of turning a hobby as a child into a clearly defined, marketable brand.
If we’re creative by nature, how do we generate worthwhile content again and again to prove our worth and keep our happiness (and success) levels high?
As Mr. Rogers taught all of his viewers, the key to achieving better creativity and self-improvement is by providing a play space for your mind to explore. Here’s how…