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Best Maurice Cherry podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Maurice Cherry podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This is Revision Path — an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Each week, host Maurice Cherry interviews these creators about their work, their goals, what inspires them, and much more. First podcast in the Smithsonian NMAAHC.
 
Design influences the world around us every day. We chat with designers, illustrators, photographers, and others to find out the stories that made them want to get into the creative world as a career, and talk with chefs, bartenders, restaurateurs and anyone else that uses their creative talent about how they use their creative talents to design their menus and restaurants. If you have suggestions for guests or questions about the show, please reach out to us on Twitter @feastondesign.
 
Getting Work To Work is a weekly podcast for creative entrepreneurs, storytellers, visionaries, and change-makers who are on a mission of chasing big ideas, telling epic stories, and leaving living legacies. Whether you’re just starting out or have been at this creative and curious life for some time, I hope you’ll not only learn something new in this podcast, but also find yourself challenged and inspired to break through the barriers that hold you back from getting your work to work.
 
SIMON SIM'S: Depuis 1996, Simon Sim's officie comme Dj/Producteur de House Music, En 2004, il signe ses 1er maxis vinyls Chez Antoine Clamaran (PoolEmusic) En parallèle il prend plusieurs résidences dans les clubs de sa région et en France,Navigant entre Paris / Auxerre / Dijon. Fort de sa notoriété grandissante, Simon Sim's est invité à mixer sur à la "Street Parade " de Zurich qui accueille 1 millions de personnes et 70 Dj's internationaux, sur le char du Matrixx Booking En 2007, il s'inst ...
 
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This week on Feasting on Design I'm chatting with Maurice Cherry, host of Revision Path. Revision Path is an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. During the episode we dive into how Revision Path was added to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Cultu…
 
This week, we caught up with Maurice Cherry to talk about design podcasting, building an agency from scratch, and the current state of diversity in design. Maurice is a designer, podcaster, creative strategist, agency founder, writer, speaker, and much more. Golden Ratio Patrons: Float is an easy to use resource management tool for planning your pr…
 
When I set out on my podcast journey, interviewing people wasn’t part of the plan. Coming from a documentary production background, I knew how to talk to someone; I just didn’t know how to handle it with only audio. Instead, I planned on weekly short monologues, ten minutes or less, with my thoughts and insights into this creative life. Three month…
 
This week on the show I brought on The Creativity Explorer, Fredrik Haren, to discuss how to increase your productivity and become more creative. Here is his bio: Fredrik Haren is an author and global keynote speaker, based in Singapore. He speaks on business creativity and human innovation, on embracing disruption and change, and about the importa…
 
How do you feel learning new subjects and building your skills? Are you filled with boredom or pleasure? As today’s guest Hannah Fitzgibbon, a creative coach and teacher, shares in this conversation, enjoyment is one of the keys to successful learning. Using her superpower of curation, Hannah brings quotes, studies, and insights to help creative pr…
 
Many people I know are in the midst of change, myself included. For some, they have no choice. Work is closed, projects are done. For others, they woke up realizing they wanted more for their life and work. They see big problems in the world and want to use their skills and abilities as a force for good. It’s usually in this moment when fear gets i…
 
This week on the show we have Headlocked creator Michael Kingston. Headlocked is a smash hit indie comic made by professional wrestlers for wrestling fans. It's awesome to see Michael's booths at conventions because they are always constantly swarmed with fans. Here's some info on his smash hit Headlocked from www.headlockedcomic.com Nine years ago…
 
The great thing about talking with so many people for Revision Path is discovering just how many things we share in common with our fellow brothers and sisters. That’s why I’m so glad for folks like William Hill who are out here embodying what it means to work with purpose. We started off talking about how we’re both coping at this stage of the COV…
 
What would you learn about meaningful work in the face of a near-death experience? That is the question that today’s guest, Tom Morin, had to answer, not once but three times in his working life. In this conversation, Tom and I discuss how these experiences helped him to understand what defines meaningful, authentic, and responsible work. We also t…
 
If there’s one thing I’ve learned about myself in 2020, it’s how afraid I’ve been to explore my weaknesses. In the context of work and running a creative business, I understand the importance of leading with my strengths and outsourcing my shortcomings, but what happens when I bring that attitude into every other area of my life? As 2020 continues …
 
Richard Fairgray has been making comics since he was a little kid, rose to became one of the biggest names on the New Zealand comic scene, and published over 200 comics all over the world. When I found all this information, I was blown away, because I only knew him from his book Blastasaurus published by Golden Apple Books. He's produced a little b…
 
When I first chatted with Miles Anderson, he said that he’s “just a normal guy who works hard.” But then I heard his story and the growth in his career and well…Miles is no normal guy — he’s extraordinary! Miles talked about his recent move to Seattle in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, starting on the Xbox team at Microsoft, and how he’s gettin…
 
As a creative entrepreneur, how would you describe your business? How are you building momentum and thinking outside the box? Most importantly, how are you cultivating your mindset for success? Today’s guest on Getting Work To Work, Mark Hayward, is a business coach, podcaster, and consultant who combines his thirst for knowledge with a love for bu…
 
This week, we talk about weaponizing hashtags, co-opting social media movements, and solving hard problems in product design. Spoiler: hard problems are hard. This, plus The Sidebar, some follow up, and cool things as always. Golden Ratio Patrons: Visualize who’s working on what and when, and drag and drop to assign tasks in a click. With Float you…
 
How much time and energy do you spend on learning new subjects and transforming your skills? Do you acquire the exact information you need to know at that moment? Or maybe broaden the scope of what you need to change the future into a new reality? I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to learn in a time where the amount of information is exp…
 
Today on the show we have two guests, Andre Filip and Carlos Musquez from ELA Advertising to talk about how to effectively develop a brand and marketing campaign even if you are operating on a shoestring budget. Here are their bios before we get into it. Andre Filip, CEO & Founder, ELA Advertising Andre Filip is the CEO and Founder of ELA (“Everyth…
 
It's Revision Path's 350th episode, and for this special, historic occasion, I'm honored to talk with Kojo Boateng. You might remember our 2016 interview with Kojo (episode 125!), and we get into everything that's changed in his world since then. We started off talking about the transition period in his life that led him to move to the United State…
 
What do you do when an unspeakable tragedy leaves you feeling shocked, angry, helpless, and useless? For today’s guest on Getting Work To Work, September 11, 2001, was a day that shaped, defined, and tested who she was. Magda Khalifa is a 1st-generation American, US Army combat veteran, author, and entrepreneur. In our conversation, she describes t…
 
This week on the show we have Jane Friedman, one of the foremost publishing experts in the world. Here's a part of her bio from her website: Jane Friedman has 20 years of experience in the publishing industry, with expertise in business strategy for authors and publishers. She's the editor of The Hot Sheet, the essential industry newsletter for aut…
 
I start today’s episode of Getting Work To Work without the usual introduction and with a few questions: What do I say when I don’t know what to say? What can I say that hasn’t already been said? How can I use my voice and platform for good? To say the answers to these questions are complicated is an understatement. I feel powerless to affect chang…
 
When you look at the world and see something missing, what do you do? Do you take action or wait for someone else to fill that gap? From the Black Weblog Awards and 28 Days of the Web to the award-winning podcast Revision Path and the design anthology RECOGNIZE, Maurice Cherry is no stranger to creating projects that fill the void he sees in the wo…
 
What are the themes and patterns connecting the moments you choose to document? Today I opened my daily journal and starting reading the thoughts and quotes I’ve been collecting. Between Die Empty by Todd Henry and Ryan Holiday’s email newsletter, I’ve been grappling with a powerful question: What matters most to you? It’s not an easy question to f…
 
This week on the show we have seriously my last interview from Podcast Movement: Evolutions back in February. I met Shannon at an afterparty during the show and then listened to him moderate a keynote and knew I needed to have him on the show. Why? I'll tell you after his bio. Shannon Cason has shared his stories all over the country. Shannon is a …
 
You might not think of Memphis, Tennessee as a bustling creative city, but folks like Ed Williams are here to show you the truth. By day, he works as a creative manager at the National Civil Rights Museum, helping shape the brand design and strategy for the museum for all its visitors. But by night, he is the founder of Mayke Entertainment, and cre…
 
Are you willing to follow where your curiosity for life leads you? To buy a one-way ticket to somewhere new, so far removed from your daily life that you become a new person? Mike Holp is a travel photographer, digital nomad, and remote work consultant traveling the world on his journey to becoming indispensable and living an unexpected life. In th…
 
Let me set the stage for what I’m going to talk about in today’s episode of Getting Work To Work. You get an idea for a creative project, let’s say a short documentary about a painter, and you start searching: “How to make a documentary.” You find a list of classes to take, equipment to buy, techniques to try, films to watch, podcast episodes to li…
 
This week I have another episode with somebody I met at Podcast Movement: Evolutions. This time it's with celebrity psychic Laura Powers. If you think that's a little too out there for you, then I would urge you to listen because Laura delivers so much value in this episode. Before I tell you how, here's a piece of her bio: Laura Powers is a celebr…
 
If your emotions have been up and down for the past few months, trust me…you’re not alone. But I’ve got something to help lift your spirits — this week’s interview with “human glitter bomb” Randall Parrish! We talked at an interesting point in his life too; he’s fresh off of a cross-country move from DC to California and recently started a new job …
 
Have you ever wondered what goes into creating great digital products? Today’s guest is no stranger to the world of digital product design. Joe Stewart is a designer and Founding Partner of Work & Co, a design and technology company that transforms companies with the creation of digital products. Joe and I begin in outer space talking about the vas…
 
In this episode, David Folwell, the President of StaffingHub, interviews Adam Conrad, the founder of Great Recruiters, on the impact of the pandemic on the staffing industry, how to stay connected with your team when recruiting remotely, and the new face of the digital transformation.By The Staffing Show
 
What do you do when you want and need to come up with ideas and all you can see before you is the dreaded blank slate? This morning, I turned to Instagram and started mindlessly scrolling through an impressive display of other people creating amazing work. Not really the best way to start the day, but here I was, waiting for something to speak to m…
 
I've known about the story of Buño Books since pretty much the beginning when they had a deal with Magnetic Press, before they went off on their own to conquer the brave new world of independent publishing. So, when Storme Smith emailed to ask if I wanted to have him on my show, I jumped at the chance, and I'm so glad I did. For those of you who ha…
 
How would you describe your journey of personal development? Better yet, why even learn new things at all? For today’s guest, the answer is all about curiosity, connecting with herself so she can connect with others, and most importantly, being a better human. Karla Amanda Brown is a psychotherapist, coach, entrepreneur, and life-long learner in pu…
 
What does it mean to be creative? What is creativity? How can we express our creativity in how we learn and communicate? How can we be more creative? These are four questions I’ve been pondering on a variety of levels over the past few weeks because I’ve seen, heard, and felt a variety of messages about creativity: “use this time to be creative,” “…
 
Earlier this year, before ANY of this COVID stuff happened, my friend Wendy Shaner put together a virtual comic book convention on Kickstarter called the Naughty Faeries Online Comic Con Experience. I had no idea what she was thinking, and I was confused for just about the whole Kickstarter, but she raised over $13,000 so I knew she was doing somet…
 
If you could safely travel to anywhere in the universe, where would you go? How much do we really know about the universe? How important is the relationship between science fiction and science? This is a small glimpse into the mind-expanding curiosity questions I ask Katherine Kornei, astrophysicist and award-winning science journalist, in today’s …
 
This week, we try to figure out the right time to give up on a fight when collaborating with stakeholders who have different opinions and priorities. We also cover a lot of feedback this week, discuss new design resources in The Sidebar, and share our cool things of the week. Golden Ratio Patrons: We're looking for partners to work with. If your te…
 
What do you do to keep the train running when your primary means of making a living stops? You figure out a new way and make it happen. At least that’s what today’s guest has done with his comedy content at BeernutsProductions.com. Gough is a long-time friend of the show and a filmmaker from Australia who has momentarily shifted to comedy audio dow…
 
This week's guest is podcast Maurice Cherry, who I met at Podcast Evolutions many months ago. It feels like a hundred years but it was really only two months. He has an award-winning podcast called Revision Path, which is the first podcast featured in the Smithsonian. Here's his bio: Maurice Cherry works as a snior creative strategist at Glitch, th…
 
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