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The Framing Podcast - Bringing Creativity To Life
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The Framing Podcast - Bringing Creativity To Life
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    E 15 Mathias Jakobsen - ThnkClrly Creator | The Framing Podcast

    E 15 Mathias Jakobsen - ThnkClrly Creator | The Framing Podcast

    Creative work can be difficult to define and categorize, after all what you’re doing has never been done before. So when Mathias Jakobsen was hired at SYPartners in NYC to imagine a way to have learning be part of the company culture, needless to say there was no use case, roadmap or an appropriate “job title” and that is just the beginning.

    

Mathias Jakobsen is the creator of Think Clearly. Born in Denmark, he founded his first company at age 15, building digital solutions for companies. Powered by digital, he later branched into fashion journalism and photography before moving to New York City, where he worked as a life coach and consultant for startup CEOs and corporate executives. He has worked with Bloomberg, Google, The New York Times, Carrot Creative, Holstee, Coca-Cola, Pratt, The Wharton School, CUNY, FiftyThree and many more.

    Mathias has a M.Sc. degree from Aarhus University, Denmark.

    SOME QUESTIONS I ASKED:
    * Why don’t you have a title at work?
    * What skills do you think your kids will need 15 years from now?
    * Where do the ideas of who we are come from?
    * What was your first job?
    * What skill from the job do you still use today?
    * What does your wife say you do?

    
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:
    * Danish and Swiss passports
    * Clarity Cards
    * The Unstuck cards and app
    * Working at a job without a title
    * Communication and Kids
    * Why quitting is a good thing

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    KEEP UP WITH RICARDO
    TW and IG: @RicardoMcRae

    • 1 hr 1 min
    E 14 Helen Tremethick - Brand-Voice Strategist and Copywriter | The Framing Podcast

    E 14 Helen Tremethick - Brand-Voice Strategist and Copywriter | The Framing Podcast

    Have you ever read something and felt like it was speaking directly to you? Or have you visited a website that was co compelling it made you want to buy that product or service?

    This week we bring creativity to life with Helen Tremethick. She craft’s your authentic brand voice, which leads to more sales for you.

    About Helen: 
Online communication isn’t about magic formulas or some secret stuffed into a fill-in-the-blanks template. It’s a careful balance of truth and nuance. People choose you, just as my clients choose me. And because I think backstory is important, here’s a little more about me:

    I built The Communications Distillery with a proprietary blend of background in communications and my experience in the non-profit sector. I’m that person who has held every imaginable position from volunteer to Executive Director, and facilitated everything from visioning and strategic planning sessions to Board Development days. Though I’ve amassed years of formal education, my pride is in my Compassionate Listening certificate, a skill I believe is integral to communications of any kind.

    Outside of The Communications Distillery, I am a mother, a storyteller, and a Camp Tech instructor. I believe in integrity. I like biting cherries right off the tree. My favourite chocolate is very dark and fairly traded. I have a huge soft spot for people doing good work. Maybe that’s you. If so, let’s talk next steps!

    • • • ► If you enjoyed this episode, Get all the show notes, video, and more at www.TheFramingPodcast.com *New episode every Monday

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    Twitter: @RicardoMcRae
Instagram: @RicardoMcRae

    • 52 min
    E 13 Bari Tessler - Financial Therapist, Coach & mama-Preneur | The Framing Podcast

    E 13 Bari Tessler - Financial Therapist, Coach & mama-Preneur | The Framing Podcast

    It’s said that you should never talk about Politics or Religion. Well, I would also add money to that list, money is the leading cause of stress, and fights in marriages according to a CNBC article. Your upbringing, culture, life experience, social status, and even race all play a part in our individual comfort level when it comes to earning, spending, saving, giving and talking about money. So to bring a little levity and love to the topic I invited my friend and Author, Financial Therapist and Coach Bari Tessler to my podcast to talk about her new book “The Art Of Money” In this episode, you will learn how to bring creativity to our relationship with money.

    
Bari Tessler Linden, MA, is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach and Mama-preneur. Bari’s gentle, body-centered approach weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. She is the founder of The Art of Money: a global, year-long money school, which integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps. Her work has been featured on Oprah.com, Inc.com, and the Huffington Post and in US News & World Report, Reuters Money, The Fiscal Times, Experience Life Magazine, Yogi Times, Best Self Magazine and Emerging Women. Bari is also the author of The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness, published by Parallax Press.

    • • • ► If you enjoyed this episode and want to get the complete show notes, resources, links, and more go to: www.TheFramingPodcast.com *New episode every Monday

    • 1 hr 2 min
    E 12 Hamza Khan - Splash Effect | The Framing Podcast

    E 12 Hamza Khan - Splash Effect | The Framing Podcast

    Born in New York and raised in Toronto, Hamza Khan is a multi-award winning marketer, accomplished entrepreneur, and dynamic keynote speaker. He is making waves as the co-founder of Splash Effect, a boutique digital marketing & creative agency which has helped more than 50+ clients that do good, to do better. He has worked with leading institutions and forward-thinking brands such as the Rotman School of Management, Restaurants Canada, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Hootsuite, University of Toronto, RBC, and PepsiCo.

    He is also the Co-Founder of SkillsCamp, a soft skills training company. His newly created non-profit, Resilient 100, aims at building resilience capacity in young change leaders. Through his consulting, writing, teaching and speaking, Hamza empowers people and businesses to transform ideas into reality. He is a faculty member at Seneca College and Ryerson University, teaching courses on digital marketing and social media.

    He is a two-time TEDx speaker and is regularly invited by leading organisations and businesses to speak on subjects such as: how to build digital communities, the impact of personal branding, how to master productivity, navigating the multigenerational workforce, building resilience, and more. Hamza has spoken to more than 10,000 people (ranging from high school students to senior executives) across 50 events, 10 cities, and 4 continents. In 2017, he’ll be publishing his first book The Burnout Gamble.
    


    SOME QUESTIONS I ASKED:
    * Was your confidence always there?
    * When have you been your most productive?
    * How do you prepare yourself for a job in the future

    
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:
    * The Imposter Complex and TEDx Talks
    * Hamza’s relationship with his imposter complex
    * What success means to Hamza
    * Insecurities and moving through them
    * Setting unreachable goals
    * What happens when you miss an unrealistic goal
    * The e-mail LOVE folder
    * The power of seeing yourself and mentors
    * How to have everything you want in life
    * The relationship between success and invitations

    • • • ► If you enjoyed this episode and want to get the complete show notes, resources, links, and more go to: www.TheFramingPodcast.com *New episode every Monday

    • 54 min
    E 11 Amanda Parris - CBC Arts Exhibitionists & Marvin’s Room | The Framing Podcast

    E 11 Amanda Parris - CBC Arts Exhibitionists & Marvin’s Room | The Framing Podcast

    Amanda Parris is the host of CBC Arts’ weekly TV and online series, Exhibitionists, and CBC Radio 2's Marvin's Room. Parris is an educator, accomplished actor and playwright. Descended from Grenadian and Venezuelan ancestry, Parris was born in London, England and raised on the south side of Jane Street in Toronto. Her plays have been staged at numerous theatre festivals in Canada and internationally.

    Over the course of her career, Parris has worked at The Remix Project and she is the co-founder of the alternative education organization Lost Lyrics. Most recently, she created The Ride or Die Project, a multi-platform initiative that produces creative content inspired by women supporting loved ones who are incarcerated. Parris studied theatre at The Lee Strasberg Institute of Film and Theatre, Theatre Ontario, b current and York University and recently completed her M.A. degree in the Sociology of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Her curriculum work was published in Rhymes to Re-Education, the first-ever Hip Hop education resource guide, created by the Ontario Ministry of Education. She is also a weekly columnist for CBC Arts.

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    • 37 min
    E 10 Karlyn Percil - Elephant Stories | The Framing Podcast

    E 10 Karlyn Percil - Elephant Stories | The Framing Podcast

    “I believe when women know who they really are when they truly love themselves, they make better decisions and live a purpose-driven, passionate life they really love.” - Karlyn Percil - Success Coach & Elephant Stories

    I am passionate about women – As someone who have fought for her right to be beautiful, to achieve her goals and dreams in life, to break free of the glass ceiling I allowed life’s circumstances to place on me – I have done some incredible things – from launching my day planner, opening myself up to give & receive love, to hosting my own Talk Show – & the truth is I have only just began! I am living my boldest, biggest dreams.

    SOME QUESTIONS I ASKED:
    * What is your first day as an entrepreneur like?
    * The inspiration behind her success planner?
    * How do you move forward if you want certainty?

    
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:
    * Learning to climb with caution
    * How her parents influenced her life today
    * What Karlyn learned from her dad’s job as a farmer
    * About saying yes before you’re ready
    * Her daily routine for success
    * Being intentional with your time and life
    * How she applied her experiences and training from corporate to her business
    * What is the CEP model and life limits (Cultural, Experiential, Perception)
    * Pushing past your limits
    * The law of action

    ► If you enjoyed this episode, check out show notes, video, and more at www.TheFramingPodcast.com
    *New episode every Monday

    • 53 min

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28 Ratings

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Love the conversations

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creative and real

Fantastic stories and voices drawn out by a wonderful host.

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Great selection of guests

After 6 episodes I continue to be intrigued and inspired by each new guest on the show. Keep up the great work.

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