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Chase Jarvis is a visionary photographer, artist and entrepreneur. Cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade, he is the founder & CEO of CreativeLive. In this show, Chase and some of the world’s top creative entrepreneurs, artists, and celebrities share stories designed to help you gain actionable insights to recognize your passions and achieve your goals.
 
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If you've ever looked up film and digital camera lessons on YouTube, there's a high chance you've bumped into Kai Wong's top-of-the-game photography videos or even come across one of his videos featuring yours truly + a lego camera. Previously known for creating innovative content with a humorous bent for one of YouTube's most subscribed photograph…
 
"Opportunities are like buses, there’s always another one coming.” -Richard Branson Be ready to catch the next bus. This episode is a reminder that failing is necessary in order to succeed. If we are only focused on what could have been, we fail to see opportunities that are right at our fingertips. In this episode I recount the experience building…
 
Ben Uyeda stepped away from the award-winning architecture firm he co-founded, as well as an Ivy League teaching position, to develop media companies that deliver affordable designs to the masses. In the last four years, Ben’s design ideas have reached more than 50 million people and the free designs he gives away are being built on six different c…
 
Today's episode is an audience question from Bobby, a creative asking about how to stay focused and finish projects. ADHD and mental health stuff aside, much of this question boils down to aligning goals, values and actions. What I mean by that is that if you say you are going to do something, do it. It might be uncomfortable, difficult or humbling…
 
The JFK Assassination: Through the Looking GlassRichard welcomes one of the most respected researchers and writers on the political assassinations of the 1960s to discuss a brand new documentary film on the JFK Assassination directed by Oliver Stone, titled Through the Looking Glass. The film is based on new JFK files that have been released since …
 
Your thoughts aren't something you have, they're something you hone. It's a double-edged sword; optimistic, enthusiastic thinking compounds over time to create amazing things, while a multitude of mental woes can dampen our willingness to go bigger. Jon Acuff, author of Soundtracks: the surprising solution to overthinking and one of my favorite spe…
 
Passion and curiosity drive the artist towards a craft that usually isn't the most lucrative. Early on, we jump on any opportunity to make money. But quickly, reality sets in. Bills, taxes, medical costs, equipment- it adds up fast, and we realize that we going to have to charge more. So how do we scale a creative business? In this episode I take a…
 
Richard welcomes a Harvard-trained psychiatrist to discuss the documents he and his wife, researcher Ginger Breggin, uncovered revealing the connection between the gain of function research funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates' organization, CEPI (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations) and the development of the Sars-COV 2 virus in Nor…
 
Is it time to take the leap? Anyone you've admired, looked up to or emulated has, at some point, taken a necessary risk to move towards the living and life of their choice. Today, Pulitzer prize-winning poet Jericho Brown shares how he did just that, and the key to speaking truth through art. Jericho's advice for anyone beginning their journey stru…
 
CreativeLive student and filmmaker, Alec Cutter first came on my radar in 2016 during a live panel event in Seattle. After playing division one soccer at Gonzaga University, he moved to NYC with a dream to become a filmmaker, where he faced the classic chicken and egg dilemma. He needed a portfolio to get hired, but felt like getting hired was nece…
 
In 2008, Suneel Gupta watched a young Barack Obama deliver a speech at the democratic national convention. From his perspective backstage, he saw the faces of the crowd as they became visibly moved. This made him ask, what is it that makes people backable? What is the intangible 'IT' factor that makes people take a chance on you? Suneel shares stor…
 
A CrossFit coach and soccer coach invite you to join their team. Listen to learn what they are about and how you'll be the better for hoping aboard! Sports Psychology For Dummies: Smith, Leif H., Kays, Todd M.: 9780470676592: Amazon.com: Books Functional Fitness | KMC Active www.the-disobedient-duck.com The Disobedient Duck (@The_DisobedDuck) / Twi…
 
If maybe this is the first you've heard, I made a shoe. It's called The Creator and it's available in limited quantities now. The opportunity to collaborate with KSWISS was a dream come true. In this episode I talk with KSWISS President, Barney Waters, about the creative entrepreneur journey. I share a few insights including what it takes to build …
 
Guess what? I made a shoe. When KSWISS reached out to see if I was interested in collaborating, my 8-year old self jumped at the chance. Last weekend, I gave an early preview in a video call with my text community. It's a detailed look at my creative process, what inspirations went into the shoe, how we tested and developed it, and even a little ea…
 
How do I know when to transition my portfolio? It's a classic question because it's a paradox. If you want to get hired, press pause on the stuff that's not absolutely crucial. And go make the stuff you want to get hired to create. A convoluted and broad portfolio does not allow you to make a name for yourself. So build a portfolio with your spare …
 
Richard welcomes a constitutional lawyer to discuss the state of individual freedoms in America, specifically as they relate to various government orders, mandates, and restrictions not addressed in the US Constitution. At its core, Emord said, power exercised in this way is a product of 'the administrative state,' which in turn is itself a product…
 
At 8 years old, Rebecca Minkoff’s mother refused to buy her the dress she wanted, offering instead to teach her to sew. At an early age, Rebecca learned the value of doing things on her own, and once she got started, she couldn’t stop. Rebecca is an entrepreneur in the fullest sense; a fashion designer, author, podcast host, wife, and mother. In th…
 
In the past five years, my daily rituals, practices and overall mindfulness have supercharged my creativity. Through alignment between my actions from moment to moment with bigger aspirations is like a never-ending supply of creative plutonium. Today's episode is a response to an online question: How did your focus/perspective on mindfulness change…
 
Richard welcomes two members of ICER, a not-for-profit organization, is comprised of scientists, academics and leading UFO/UAP researchers from 27 countries on 5 continents who are unanimous in their recognition that we are not alone in the cosmos. Based on more than 75 years of research, ICER acknowledges that the UFO/UAP phenomenon is real; it ac…
 
Have you ever felt that who you thought you were doesn't align with who you actually are? If so, you're not alone. Whether it by cultural conditioning or childhood trauma, it's not hard to see how our inner voice can get lost in the noise. Enter Dr. Nicole LePera. Nicole is a Holistic Psychologist and Content Creator works to help us learn to heal …
 
If you’ve graduated college through the conventional school system, you have spent upwards of 15,000 hours behind a desk learning in a system that was designed to value efficiency over originality and diversity of thought. Yet, fuel for creative pursuits are found when we can tap into our own originality and uniqueness. So how do we access that spa…
 
How many of us let what others think and say dictate the way we value our ideas? Does hearing no discourage you? How about when someone tells you that what you’re working on will never work? This week’s guest has literally made a living as an entrepreneur, being told that his ideas would never work every step of the way. Marc Randolph is the cofoun…
 
How do you break out of creative ruts? On today's episode I take a question from Aaron, who feels uninspired and unable to progress as a photographer. Enjoy! --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the abilit…
 
Richard welcomes a researcher who details his search for ancient and advanced technologies. The evidences from historical record, legends and myths are shouting that it wasnt aliens, that the advanced technologies are echoes of a human society we do not have a written record of. We have the remnants of their buildings, genes, and the sciences that …
 
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