What can you do to start attracting the right customers, even before the sales call? Give them a taste of what it’s like to work with you.
This week on The Ultimate Creative Podcast I had the absolute pleasure to interview Nia Lee from Socialee Savvy! She’s a true entrepreneur, unafraid to take on challenges and try new things to see where they can take her next! And what I love most about her entrepreneurial spirit is her authenticity.
Planning your content in advance (i.e. quarterly instead of monthly, or even weekly! eek!) will allow you to produce polished content consistently.
Through daily journaling and practicing yoga, she began to realize that she was choosing to only surround herself with the things that made her feel good, making it much easier to say goodbye to the things that didn’t anymore.
In this episode I talk about how my business has changed and evolved over the last two years, and how I was able to make big decisions that affected my business and my life while adapting to new changes.
In this episode I had the opportunity to interview my wonderfully talented friend Aba Amuquandoh about her career as a sketch comedian in Toronto.
If you’re working on building a network, this episode is for you. I interviewed Toronto comedian and podcaster Matt Ardill about his journey of podcasting, and how it helped him to go from watching comedy, to rubbing elbows with the likes of Patton Oswalt and Weird Al’s PR team, to performing it.
If you struggle with stage fright or tripping over your words, this episode is for you. In this podcast I’m going to give you my strategies for getting past that little voice in your head that says “don’t be such a dumb dumb” so you can start being yourself on your podcast.
In this episode I interview comic book author and editor Stephanie Cooke. Stephanie shares with us how she developed her personal brand through podcasting.
On this episode I’m going to give you the essentials you need to get your podcast live! Use this podcast launch checklist to make sure your show is accepted to the podcast apps the first time you submit!
In this episode I interview Westin Grove, a multi-hyphenate creative entrepreneur who is both a trained audio engineer and social worker. He combined his two career streams to create the Mobile Arts Program with his business partner, which brings a music recording studio into different types of assistance facilities all over Toronto.
Look, it’s really not easy to relax when you’re ambitious and you have so many ideas. There’s just no way that you can justify not working hard on everything! But in order to really move forward, you have to. I know this, I’m learning this, I’m still struggling with this.
In this episode, I interview Justin Decloux (my partner) about the career he created for himself through his passion for everything film - and we get into his time management tricks and the nitty gritty details about how he manages to do it all! Justin Decloux is a...
Why hello there! You might be asking, "Emily, what's a Multi-Hyphen Career?" Well, dear friend, I'm about to blow your mind. A multi-hyphen career is one that incorporates more than one skillset or interest. "MORE THAN ONE?" you ask? YES! MORE THAN ONE! Insane, right?...
Let me just start by saying that to this day, I still have no idea what I'm doing or how I'm going to do it. The thing about building a creative career, or any career, is that most of the time, it's just guessing until you figure something out. Once you've figured the...
Originally I wanted to write this post about different techniques to keep yourself focused on creative projects, not how to be motivated generally. Obviously the world has done a 180 and we're all just doing our best to motivate ourselves to get out of bed and put...
In this post/episode we talk about a few things that show you how to start something new. Whether it’s a career jump, a relationship, a new hobby, a change in your routine, WHO THE HECK KNOWS?! Well, you do! And I’m going to help you figure out the BEST way to take...
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