Jodi Krangle Jodi Krangle is a Toronto-based voice actor who works with major brands all over the world including Dell, BBVA, HGTV, Nespresso & Kraft. She's been heard in thousands of your favorite commercials and websites, so odds are very good that you’ve already heard her voice. She also hosts the Audio Branding podcast, which… Continue reading Sound and Voice with Jodi Krangle
Our concept of "normal" can be one of the biggest creative obstacles we face (and the same is often true outside the creative process). And in one particular case, it's just plain wrong anyway. I'll tell you why in this short episode. The link I promised: Writing Begins with Forgiveness. Get in Touch I'd love… Continue reading Creative Pep Talk #49: Rethink Normal
Michael Hearns My guest today is Michael Hearns, a veteran law enforcement officer whose experience includes working undercover with Miami’s vice, intelligence, and narcotics unit—yes, like Miami Vice—and has also worked as a technical consultant on a variety of movies and tv shows. These days, Michael is the author of the Cade Taylor police thrillers,… Continue reading Miami Vice: Fact and Fiction with Michael Hearns
We all know resolutions don't work, or at best, don't work for long. So what does? I'll tell you in this short episode. Get in Touch I'd love to hear your feedback, questions, and experience with these ideas! Send me a note at fycuriosity.com, or contact me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Subscribe!
Maria James-Thiaw Award-winning poet, performer, playwright, and educator Maria James-Thiaw has published several books of poetry and founded the Reclaim Artist Collective, which seeks to to raise consciousness about social justice issues impacting marginalized communities through its arts-based, anti-racist curriculum. Her latest collection, Count Each Breath, examines her experiences as a Black woman in the… Continue reading Art and Politics with Maria James-Thiaw
Who's your best creative rival? The answer might be closer than you think. Inspired by Simon Sinek's video called "Worthy Rivals." Get in Touch I'd love to hear your feedback, questions, and experience with these ideas! Send me a note at fycuriosity.com, or contact me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Subscribe!
It's absolutely critical for all of us to find our people—especially the people who share and understand our creative calling. In this short-but-sweet episode, I'll tell you why. Get in Touch I'd love to hear your feedback, questions, and experience with these ideas! Send me a note at fycuriosity.com, or contact me on Facebook, Instagram,… Continue reading Creative Pep Talk #46: Find Your People
Lowry Olafson Lowry Olafson knew from a young age that he wanted to be a musician, and like so many other aspiring musicians, had to figure out how to make it work—and he did: he has released nine albums and performed around the world. He is also the founder and creator of PowerSongs— deeply meaningful, personal… Continue reading Encouragement Through Song with Lowry Olafson
Last week, Dr. Kelly Flanagan and I talked about getting back to what's wild in us. Here's how doing that can help your creative process (and your whole life). What are the six biggest creative beliefs that are screwing up your process? Find out here! Get in Touch I'd love to hear your feedback, questions,… Continue reading Creative Pep Talk #45: Wild
Kelly Flanagan When I started this podcast in 2019, Dr. Kelly Flanagan was one of my inaugural guests, and his episode, “The Gifts of Creativity,” remains one of my favorites. Kelly has just published his first novel, The Unhiding of Elijah Campbell, and I wanted to talk to him about how that experience differed from… Continue reading “Unhiding” with Dr. Kelly Flanagan