Allie Lehman shares the challenges that come with doing something 100 days in a row, why ego isn’t always a bad thing, and how her approach to creative work has evolved as she’s learned more about how it impacts the way others feel.
David Cohen, also known as Doodleslice, is a prolific illustrator, a frequent participant in Atlanta’s Free Art Fridays movement, and the organizer of the Atlanta Sketch Society. He’s also a creative consultant who applies his perspectives on passion and practicality to helping others find the non-obvious paths within their work that will lead to more enjoyment and a greater sense of purpose.
Deb Teasley is an artist whose beautiful mandalas are inspired by a neurological phenomenon called synesthesia. She joins me to discuss the special way her brain experiences music, building technical skills through practice, and how to use social media instead of letting it use you.
Adam Lehman from The Wonder Jam joins me to talk about learning to be entrepreneurial from his dad, starting side projects that help him understand his clients, and letting your dreams change when you do.
Doc Waller is building a perpetual empathy machine in the form of Doc & Company, a culture company built to help us get better at being human.
Announcing Prolific! A new podcast from Lexicontent hosted by Joseph Rooks, featuring conversations with creative people about what compels them to make the things they do, and how they deal with fear, uncertainty, and doubt along the way.