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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.
To officially mark the third season of the Brand Design Masters Podcast, we’re kicking off with the perfect backdrop: Westminster Abbey in London, with its bells chiming in honor of Remembrance Day and a fantastic guest to boot: Roger Edwards.
Do you believe that destiny takes us on certain paths we’re meant for?
In this episode, I welcome back my good friend and serial entrepreneur extraordinaire Chris Ducker. Now based in Cambridge, England, Chris is the Founder and Virtual CEO of the mastermind community Youpreneur - one of the leading personal brand business education companies in the world.
In this episode, I speak with a fellow creative entrepreneur who shares my passion for teaching and training.
If you’re asked what dreams and goals you have for yourself, you would probably be able to list them in a heartbeat. But are you actually prepared to take the necessary steps to get there? And when you do get to that place of victory, could you honestly say that you would know what to do with it?
In this episode, I sit down with Nicole Osborne, Founder of social media coaching and marketing consultancy company Lollipop Social.
How long does it take you to produce your content marketing? And how sure are you that you’re getting the most mileage out of the content you produce?
Video is easily the most popular and effective content medium today. But how do you know if you’re doing it right? And what do you do if your videos aren’t getting a lot of views?
Welcome to Season 2 of the Brand Design Masters Podcast! We’re kicking off this new season in sunny San Diego during Social Media Marketing World 2020 with Gavin Bell.
What is imposter syndrome? If you find yourself worrying that your clients might find you out and realize that you’re probably not as good as they think you are, you’re probably manifesting symptoms of this surprisingly common condition. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Did you know that 82% of those running their own business go through this?
Thinking of rebranding? When done right, it shouldn’t really run the risk of needing to coach people through the big transition. Amy Landino is the perfect example of seamless rebranding that shines the light on a brand’s best qualities, benefits greatly from further niching down, and breathes new life into several brands complementing one another.
Why does personal branding seem overwhelming to most? Do you find yourself wanting to develop a personal brand but you’re unsure where to start?
In this episode originally posted on my YouTube channel, I talk with CEO and Founder of Blind, Inc and The Futur Chris Do. A true design guru, Chris possesses the perfect unicorn skill set combination of real-world business savvy, design excellence, and branding mastery which he shares with his clients and creative professional audiences around the world.
What are the challenges that are posed by being creative in more than one medium? Can you call yourself a “multi-creative”? You could be an illustrator who also enjoys dancing, playing an instrument, and composing but feel something’s amiss. Instead of serving you and your creative ambitions, you feel that each passion takes away from the other and leaves you gasping for air.
In this episode, I talk with Chris Ducker, Virtual CEO and leader of the mastermind community Youpreneur - one of the leading personal brand business education companies in the world. Chris is a recognized international business mentor, keynote speaker, podcaster, blogger and bestselling author of “Virtual Freedom” and “Rise of the Youpreneur”.