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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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Self-evidently, design and creativity are everywhere -- literally in every man-made thing we make, use, or celebrate. According to today’s guest, the act of design and creativity can benefit everyone, whether they see themselves as creative or not. Sarah Stein Greenberg is Executive Director of the d.school at Stanford (aka the Hasso Plattner Insti…
 
“Working too hard is one of the top regrets of the dying.” Yet, when faced with the fear of not having lived the life we truly desire, we seek answers: how hard should we really work? The answer depends on what you want to make out of your life -- your purpose, your calling. It also depends on your definition of 'balance'. How much time do you want…
 
Musician, actor, journalist, political activist, philanthropist and, now, book author. Stevie Van Zandt is a lot more than Bruce Springsteen’s legendary E-Street Band guitarist, and much more than The Sopranos’ Silvio Dante. In today’s episode, Stevie takes us through how a self-assured, Catholic New Jersey kid ended up first performing on the worl…
 
Have you heard? CreativeLive has been acquired. We're joining @fiverr. In this episode, I reflect a bit on the journey and the future of CreativeLive. Enjoy! Have a question? Text me 1-206-309-5177 Tweet me @chasejarvis --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in ph…
 
“If you go deeper into yourself, you’ll find below the surface four or five things, other emotions, other things going on at the same time. Perhaps things from your childhood, things that are unconscious. You’re not even aware of what’s truly motivating your behavior. You’re kind of sleepwalking. You think that you do things for reason A, but actua…
 
EDITORS NOTE: If you want to see some of the work/imagery referenced in this podcast, you can follow along with timestamps on the blog. Graphic designers are tasked with creating new and all-encompassing identities for institutions, from signage to promotional materials and even swag. But what happens after the job is done and the institution is re…
 
At a certain point in our careers, there are no more promotions to seek. No more pay raises to demand. No more competition to be had.... At the peak of our careers, a sense of achievement can be offset by the sheer terror of falling down to the bottom again. For over thirty years, Debbie Millman established herself as a creative leader, on her own …
 
"It's easier to poke holes in an idea than think of ways to fill them. And it's easier to focus on the 100 reasons you shouldn't do something rather than the one reason you should." - Wendy Kopp, Founder of Teach for All Good ideas are a dime a dozen. So what separates the ideas that stay on the shelf from the ones that succeed? That's the topic we…
 
The ongoing pandemic is creating a time of rapid transition. It's as if we're waking up from a deep slumber, and as we do so, we're re-examining every aspect of life-- especially our livelihoods and the work we do in the world. If you're someone who's dug up the internet to find ways to rediscover your impulse, you would've infallibly come across J…
 
There's a common mis understanding about the phrase, "If you build it, they will come." A classic quote from Field of Dreams, but an often-deceiving belief we have as creators. Trust in the universe and belief in yourself are paramount, but do you really want to leave it up to chance? Today's episode includes three tactics for strategically getting…
 
Making headlines back in 2016, a video recording of Jason Wilson's student's martial arts test went viral on social media. In the video, young Bruce is overwhelmed with fear of failure. Jason teaches him to embrace his emotion and overcome the challenge. Jason is the founder and head instructor of the Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Acade…
 
Life gets easier when you decide to play your own game. From an early age, we are taught through school that life is a game to win against our peers. Value and success are determined on a uniform scale regardless of an individual's background or strengths. This perspective teaches us that the only way to stand out is to be better at the same task t…
 
You've heard it bandied about in various contexts, but what do you really think when someone talks about healthy eating for maximized performance? Do you think one needs to give up on tasty to stay healthy? Danielle Walker, the popular food blogger behind Against All Grain, tells us today that healthy food doesn't have to be rude to the taste buds …
 
Uncreated works of personal expression are at the top of everybody's bucket list. Yet, how is it that the most important goals we have are commonly left unchecked when we kick the bucket? The time for excuses is up, and I believe that the ability to be self-directed and motivated is critical to a fulfilling creative career. Waiting for inspiration …
 
Recently a couple of friends recommended some Peloton classes by Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts. Within a couple weeks I stumbled across her work and wanted to learn more. Chelsea is a former elementary school teacher turned Peloton instructor. From a young age, Chelsea always knew she would teach in some form. After graduating from college Chelsea st…
 
Excited to share something we've been working on for the past 8+ months. It officially releases Tuesday 8/31, but I wanted to give you early access before anyone else. 🤫 Enjoy! Have a question? Text me 1-206-309-5177 Tweet me @chasejarvis --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creat…
 
I asked and you voted. And well, it's no surprise that the audience choice for best episode on the podcast over the last 10 years and 300 episodes is one of my favorite people in the world, Brené Brown. Brené is a vulnerability and empathy expert and has one of the most watched TED Talks of all time on the subject. She is the author of four New Yor…
 
A while back I received an e-mail from a guy named Mike Ducille. It was an invitation to Mike's book club, which includes a number of other like-minded creators and entrepreneurs. Some topics we get into: Lessons learned from a failed app launch- what do you do after a major failure? I'm not talking about a little mis-step. How do you bounce back f…
 
How do you turn inaction into action? You’ve got great ideas, supportive people around you and the resources to move forward, but somehow you’re still at square one. Maybe you’re unwilling to embrace the inherent uncertainty of walking the path less traveled, or maybe you need a mindset shift to start building momentum. Whatever your situation, my …
 
Pricing creative work if an art onto itself. Should you charge hourly or by the project? Are you pricing yourself out of desperation or with profit in mind? To help with some of these questions, I wanted to share a few lessons from a class taught by Ilise Benun on understanding what you’re worth, the science of pricing, and four pricing strategies …
 
Recently this show crossed over 300 episodes. Yes, that’s right 300 over the last 11 years. Wow. So in celebration, I wanted to do a little look back on the origins of the show, why we made specific decisions (such as why black & white) and what we've learned along the way. I also dug around in the archives looking at some of the earliest shows. In…
 
From concept to final product, a master manages and calculates every aspect of their craft. The environment, the expectations, the communication throughout. The catch is, the only tried and true way to master something is to gain experience doing it the wrong way. So what do you do when it's not working out? In this episode, I respond to this very …
 
Nothing beats undeterred enthusiasm for doing something you absolutely love doing. It’s crucial, however, to understand that working in a team often requires you take a role outside of your comfort zone. Even without scoring, for example, your selfless contributions elevate the performance of the team. Chris Bosh is an NBA Hall of Famer, eleven-tim…
 
I believe that daily actions cultivate our mindset and, in turn, our mindset determines much about our lives; not only external things like success and fulfillment, but also how we handle adversity, mental/physical health, and more. Today's episode was part of the Chase Jarvis RAW series on YouTube where I share a number of things I do first thing …
 
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…
 
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