This is the 19th episode of the podcast! I want to take a moment to talk about what we've done so far and where I want to take things.
Two years ago, Ted, Matthew, Greg and Sam decided to quit their jobs and start their own product design studio. One of their greatest assets launching their company? Their trust in one another.
Over the last two years, Jenny Nordin and her stalwart team of volunteers have saved over 1000 dogs.
Toyia Taylor helps people, and especially kids, find their own voices and speak with authenticity and confidence.
Chanel Reynolds started the blog Get Your Shit Together to help other people prepare for the one thing that's both inevitable and unexpected.
iTunes Johan Liedgren is a filmmaker, storyteller, business strategist and true independent. Johan's done a bunch of different stuff in his
I'm always struck by the creativity of the independents I meet, but even by those standards, Luis Velez of the indie fashion brand Guillermo Bravo stands out.
Francesca's career typifies the life of a creative independent. She's got great advice for anyone using their creativity to build a business and a life.
Today we we're talking about brands and brand strategy with Thomas Ordahl, one of the most insightful brand thinkers around.
Will's a mechanical engineer with a wicked creative streak. His business is a grand vision for creating new spaces for small-scale manufacturing that are powered by technology and automation.
Louder Than Ten, started off as a classic design studio. Rachel and Travis's insight into their goals and the needs of their clients helped them to create something totally new.
iTunes After a career as a change-maker, Stephanie Ellis-Smith was ready for a change. For most of her career Stephanie had worked in the
In part two of the conversation with Lisa Light, we get into the details of how to name. Step-by-step and in detail.
Lisa Light is, among other things, the best naming person I've worked with. Today she shares the secrets of what makes a great name.
Michael Ellsworth and Leslie Hale bring clarity and a sense of calm to the process of hiring creative partners.
Five years ago, Sonja Skvarla set her sights on a goal: How could she use her business skills to make an impact on the problem of mass incarceration?