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74 Twelve Things I Learned This Year

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Dive into who you are as a person and let that drive your art. I can’t believe the year is over. It was a big year for me, a lot happened. Today, as a way to reflect on all that I’ve accomplished and to be grateful for the things I’ve been able to do, I want to talk about twelve things I learned this year. I also want to say that this podcast wouldn’t be what it is without you.

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67 Lewis Howes: How To Create Greatness in Your Life and Business

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Greatness is more about discovering and cultivating our unique talents and gifts to pursue and live our dreams. On today’s episode, we’ve got something a little different. I’m talking with Lewis Howes, who is the first ever returning guest on ShopTalk Radio. Lewis is a very good friend of mine, and has had a very big influence in my life. He is actually the one that inspired me to start this very podcast. He’s a lifestyle entrepreneur who has built

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58 Brian Sirgutz: How to Integrate Empathy Into Art and Technology

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I think a lot of people’s success is going to come from standing for something. In this age of technology, it’s easy to lose that sense of empathy, to feel disconnected and alone even while oversharing. That’s why Brian Sirgutz is trying to change the way we connect. Founding member of Causecast and former SVP of Social Impact and Innovation at Huffington Post, Brian wants to change the world, balancing giving and getting to empower the experience of human connection. Brian

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57 Part 10/15 How to Create a Career in Art: Playing the Emotional Intelligence Game

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We end up living in a world of limitation and not a world of possibility. Creating a high profile career in fashion and lifestyle photography is gratifying, but what it took from me to get there is the real gift. During the last ten years of creating this career, I’ve learned a few things that might be useful to the up-and-comers. In this collection of episodes I break down the process that I used to make a living with my art. These tips

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56 Todd Henry: How to Develop Your Voice as an Artist & Entrepreneur

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If you try to create for everybody, you will reach no one. As an artist, your style, your point of view, your lens is what people come to you for. It’s your voice, it’s what you have to say. And you have to harness that voice. You have to cultivate it. You have to figure out what it should say. That’s what I’m talking about today with Todd Henry, the founder of Accidental Creative. Todd is the author of three

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55 How To Create A Career in Art: 3 Tips on Creating Your Center Circle

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Fill your time with people and things that inspire you. Creating a high profile career in fashion and lifestyle photography is gratifying, but what it took from me to get there is the real gift. During the last ten years of creating this career, I’ve learned a few things that might be useful to the up-and-comers. In this collection of episodes I break down the process that I used to make a living with my art. These tips go beyond my world of photography

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54 Stacy London: How to Turn Personal Struggles Into a Career

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Fashion is an industry, but style is for everybody. We have all had trouble accepting ourselves the way we are. Sometimes, people use clothes and fashion as a way to cover up who they are, or to beat people to the punch of putting them in a box. But fashion can also be impressive, thought provoking, and a way to get what you want. That’s what I’m talking to Stacy London about today. If you haven’t heard of Stacy, you

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53 How to Create a Career in Art: 5 Tips On Finding a Mentor

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You have to be proactive in your learning, development, and relationships. Creating a high profile career in fashion and lifestyle photography is gratifying, but what it took from me to get there is the real gift. During the last ten years of creating this career, I’ve learned a few things that might be useful to the up-and-comers. In this collection of episodes I break down the process that I used to make a living with my art. These tips go beyond my world of

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52 Erv Braun: How To Raise World Changing Children

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Why be normal? Go for something special. Go for something tremendous. Amazing stories run in the Braun family. I am good friends with Scooter and Adam Braun, and over time have gotten to know their father, Erv Braun. Erv is an incredible man with, of course, an incredible story. His family fled Hungary after the Holocaust and the Hungarian Revolution, and eventually moved to Brooklyn. In New York, his parents embraced the entrepreneurial spirit, and there must be something in

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50 Elle Luna: Author of The Crossroads of Should and Must

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‘Must’ feels like being in love: when you know you just know. As artists, it is important to allow ourselves the time and the space to create. This is what artist and author Elle Luna calls play. And where does she play? In the sandbox. Creating a sandbox is key to creating art. Another key is recognizing the difference between “should” and “must.” To create authentically, we need to have the strength to relinquish “should” to make room for the

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