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Art Pays Me Podcast helps artists use their power to improve their lives and the world by exploring the business strategies of successful creatives. Art Pays Me is hosted by Artist and Designer, Duane Jones, Founder of lifestyle brand Art Pays Me.
 
Welcome to the Boss Your Life Up (BYLU) Campaign Podcast, where we remind Millennials on their journey to self-integration that they are not alone. Here we acknowledge imperfections, celebrate growth, recognize the strength in vulnerability, and strive to be authentic. So, if you want to live your best life by flourishing intellectually, physically, financially, spiritually, and emotionally; then you are in the right place. Join in on the conversation with founders Daniel Nutakor and Nathan ...
 
An experience created to enhance your quality of life by providing resources that empower you to become your best self! Connect with your host: @cryssk on IG and Twitter Learn more about Talk Is Chic: via email: talkischicpod@gmail.com On IG: @thetalkischicpodcast On Twitter: @talkischicpod On Facebook: The Talk Is Chic Podcast
 
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Shereen Kassam, Funny Brown Girl

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Jumpstart your Creative Career with informal mentorship from successful creative entrepreneurs, across TV, film, music, literature, and beyond to turn your creative passion projects into full-time careers. Hear from experts, get inspired, and drive your creative career forward! Past guests include Jeff Friday, James Lopez, Maz Jobrani, Rizwan Manji, Stefon Bristol, Sarah Thawer, and Maaza Mengiste! Shereen Kassam aka FunnyBrownGirl will also share stories and strategies that she used to step ...
 
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Husband and Wife creative duo, Mike and Kristen talk about collaboration, the process of making their new travel book, You and Me, and their respective approaches to making art. We also talk about the unsexy parts of making and releasing a creativity based commercial product and what’s scary about making the leap to full-time creative. Mike and Kri…
 
Graphic Designer and Educator Amy Batchelor shares what it’s like doing exhibition design for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. We nerd out about design and creativity and Amy’s experience as Casual Faculty at the Nova Scotia Community College. Amy also gives advice about what to include in your portfolio and why it’s important to know yourself when …
 
And we're back! To celebrate the move to a new studio, Justin has on the deeply funny and charismatic Comedian Nick Torchin to discuss all things Evolutionary Science. Nick tells Justin how the process of the evolution cycle begins and how human beings are still evolving. The pair then discuss both ethical and unethical ways Evolutionary Science ha…
 
Dear Mama, When it comes to Black Maternal Health, our work is not over when Black mothers survive and the child is born alive. Black maternal health should not fade into our peripheral because Black Maternal Health Week has passed In this episode we discuss being invited to do an art installation for Round 50 of Project Row Houses that centered Bl…
 
When it comes to wrestling; Justin only knows the basics. But for special guest Comedian Brett Davis (The Special without Brett Davis, Wrestling Club wfmu) wrestling is a way of life. Brett talks to Justin about the history of wrestling and why he believes independent circuits are the future. He also talks about how wrestling has helped him with hi…
 
What do Mary Poppins and Communism have in common? For filmmaker Geoff Simons it's the fact that the former introduced him to the latter. Geoff comes on the pod to talk to Justin about how his obsession for musicals has not only helped him grow as a director, but how the art form has shaped his political beliefs. He also shares his reasoning why he…
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss "The Law of Sowing and Reaping" the February article, where Nate breaks down the law of sowing and reaping by looking at the farming process and unpacking what it means to effectively sow and reap in real life. Thanks for the continued support, and feel free to send any questio…
 
Dear Mama, Come celebrate with us. Celebrate this beautiful mothering journey. Celebrate with us the powerful legacy of Black motherhood that always offers healing, is abundant in creativity, and expands liberation. We are celebrating Women’s History Month by elevating the radical work of mothers raising transgender children. In this episode guests…
 
A wave of ideas and beliefs take hold when Comedian Ben Herwitz (Comedy Rhetoric) comes on the pod to talk all things Surfing with Justin. Ben talks to Justin about how not only has Surfing changed his views on Nature and Technology, but also how adapting a surfer like mentality has helped him see the bigger picture when it comes to life.…
 
I recently had the pleasure of participating in Black Designers Connect, a workshop panel that’s part of the Black Diamond Ball, an annual event that celebrates Black culture across Canada. The panel was hosted by Dr. Dori Tunstall, Dean of Design at OCAD University who also happens to be the first Black woman to be Dean of a Faculty of Design. I’v…
 
Justin is in for a wild ride when he has friend and "sage" Emily Candini comes on the pod to discuss the phenomenon of Karen Videos. The pair discuss the psychological aspect the videos can have for those who view them and why white women tend to avoid talking about their role in racism. Emily then tells Justin a fantasy she has involving a Karen a…
 
Hi Creatives, This week we chat with Nelu Handa, a writer on A Little Late with Lily Singh. Nelu is a writer, actor, improvisor, and comedian. You’ve seen her on Netflix’s Workin’ Moms and The Van Baron Show. Nelu shares with us how she’s navigated her creative journey, leaving her 9-5 job to be a 24/7 Creative, and more! Show notes at CreativeBrea…
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Feeling Comfortable” the January article, where Nate asks the question, as a Black professional in corporate America whose responsibility is it to make me feel comfortable and welcomed? Thanks for the continued support, and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have …
 
Hello creatives! This week Ali Velshi, television journalist, from MSNBC joins us to share how he went from studying religion to becoming a globally recognized journalist. He shares tools to become successful in one’s creative journey, as well as his secret sauce for success. Ali and I also talk about Twitter trolls and living up to our immigrant p…
 
Hello Creatives! Bevy Smith joins me this week to talk about her new book Bevalations: Lessons from a Mutha, Auntie, Bestie. Bevy shares inspiration and wisdom on everything from finding the courage to leave her 6-figure corporate job, transitioning from being a fashion executive to a media personality, becoming an entrepreneur, and more! She even …
 
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