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In today’s episode of Daily Creative, we explore the concept of our finite time on earth with guest Oliver Burkeman, author of the book “4000 Weeks”. We delve into several traps that creative professionals often fall into due to this awareness of limited time, such as procrastination, the efficiency trap, and the fear of missing …
Why do talented, capable people fail to ask the questions that they know they should ask? In this episode, our guest, Jeff Wetzler, author of the book Ask, shares why capable individuals often struggle to learn from others. Throughout the conversation, we explore Jeff’s five-part ASK framework, designed to systemize effective questioning and enrich our …
In this episode, we investigate the necessity of working in harmony with our environment and our own resource constraints. We are joined by Laura Mae Martin, Google’s productivity expert and author of Uptime, who shares invaluable insights on productivity, efficiency, and creative flow. Laura recounts her journey at Google, where she transitioned from a sales …
Get full interviews, tools, and daily coaching at DailyCreative.app. Are teams inherently more, or less productive than individuals? And, is there a way to structure teamwork so that it’s less cumbersome? In this episode, we dive into the fascinating story of Philo Farnsworth, the farm boy who revolutionized the world with the invention of electronic …
Get full interviews and daily episodes in the Daily Creative app. In this episode of Daily Creative, we delve into the fascinating world of questioning and its impact on creativity and problem-solving. We start with a story from the 1980s about A&W Restaurants’ third-pound burger blunder, highlighting the importance of asking the right questions. We …
Get full interviews and daily coaching in the Daily Creative app! In this episode we delve into the intricacies of managing the spotlight and thriving within it. Our conversations with Michael Port, Tim Schurrer, and Richard Hytner unfold valuable insights on navigating the pressures of high-stakes situations, finding contentment beyond recognition, and fostering healthy dynamics …
In this episode of Daily Creative, we explore the power of storytelling with guest Neal Foard, a seasoned storyteller with a background in advertising. Neal shares personal anecdotes that showcase the impact and importance of the stories we choose to tell. From moments of kindness and enthusiasm to lessons on being relatable and engaging through …
In this episode, we delve into the pervasive issue of anxiety and its impact on creative work. Liz Bohannon shares her journey from corporate life to launching Sseko Designs in Uganda. She explains how the narrative of being “special” can foster fear and anxiety, leading to a reluctance to take risks. ABC News Chief National …
In this episode we dive deep into what it means to truly commit to your creative project, featuring stories from our guests, Daniel Troia (award-winning filmmaker of We’re All In This Together), Brent Underwood (author of Ghost Town Living), and A.J. Jacobs (NY Times author of The Year Of Living Constitutionally). Daniel shares his unique …
We’re back with another slate of Daily Creative episodes! In this episode, we delve into the concept of slow productivity—a groundbreaking approach challenging traditional work norms that push us toward constant busyness. Authors Cal Newport, Ryan Holiday, and Marc Zao Sanders join us to dissect why the old factory model doesn’t align with human cognitive …
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