30 episodes

I’m endlessly fascinated by stories of average humans doing epic stuff. Often it’s not what they’re doing that’s so alluring, but rather HOW they’re doing it.If we all wake up with the same number of hours in the day, how is it that what we create, experience, and accomplish in a day, a month, or a year, can be so different?On Art of Doing, I explore this question through interviews with inspiring people and the occasional Jam Session. Sometimes we geek out on the research and science behind how humans get things get done. Sometimes we get a little spiritual and explore the softer side of accomplishments. Sometimes we dig deep into routines and the practical steps that help us move us from point A to B. Often we talk about the mindset shift required to move beyond our perceived limitations toward a life really well lived.If there’s one thing that’s certain, there is no one way of doing anything. In that spirit, Doing becomes an Art, and an interesting Art at that.Welcome to the Art of Doing.

Art of Doing Hilary Johnson

    • Business

I’m endlessly fascinated by stories of average humans doing epic stuff. Often it’s not what they’re doing that’s so alluring, but rather HOW they’re doing it.If we all wake up with the same number of hours in the day, how is it that what we create, experience, and accomplish in a day, a month, or a year, can be so different?On Art of Doing, I explore this question through interviews with inspiring people and the occasional Jam Session. Sometimes we geek out on the research and science behind how humans get things get done. Sometimes we get a little spiritual and explore the softer side of accomplishments. Sometimes we dig deep into routines and the practical steps that help us move us from point A to B. Often we talk about the mindset shift required to move beyond our perceived limitations toward a life really well lived.If there’s one thing that’s certain, there is no one way of doing anything. In that spirit, Doing becomes an Art, and an interesting Art at that.Welcome to the Art of Doing.

    No. 77 | Goodbye, for now.

    No. 77 | Goodbye, for now.

    After a year and a half, and 77 episodes, we’re taking a break! Thank you so much to everyone who’s been with us on this journey...our listeners, our guests, our sponsors, and the kids who’ve had to endure their parents listening to the show on the ride...

    • 5 min
    No. 76 | Inclusion, Impact, and Creating Change with Tara Pixley

    No. 76 | Inclusion, Impact, and Creating Change with Tara Pixley

    Tara Pixley is an assistant professor of visual journalism at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. As a scholar of lens-based media, she works at the intersection of journalism studies, visual culture and critical race, gender and queer theory,...

    • 52 min
    No. 75 | Adapting, Evolving, and Overcoming Perfectionism with Elle Drouin

    No. 75 | Adapting, Evolving, and Overcoming Perfectionism with Elle Drouin

    Elle Drouin is the founder of The Styled Stock Society and human behind @mochiandthecity. After several years working as the Director of Marketing & Digital Strategy for e-commerce businesses, Elle launched her own business to focus on helping other...

    • 48 min
    No. 74 | Pursuing Your Passion with Jen Caruso

    No. 74 | Pursuing Your Passion with Jen Caruso

    Jen Caruso is a live event enthusiast. She’s been in the festival scene for more than 10 years, helping pull off some of the largest and most legendary festivals in the country. With extensive onsite experience at Bonnaroo, Country Jam, Coachella, SXSW,...

    • 48 min
    No. 73 | Stop Thinking and Start Doing with Adi Arezzini, CEO of Teami

    No. 73 | Stop Thinking and Start Doing with Adi Arezzini, CEO of Teami

    “Stop thinking and start doing! Fear and self doubt come when you’re thinking, not when you’re doing.” - Adi ArezziniAdi Arezzini is co-founder and CEO of Teami, a lifestyle brand centered around using all-natural, plant-based ingredients - like premium...

    • 38 min
    No. 72 | Never Underestimate the Impact of $25 with Meg Gray of Kiva

    No. 72 | Never Underestimate the Impact of $25 with Meg Gray of Kiva

    It’s been months in the making and today we’re delighted to share a conversation between Hilary and Meg Gray, the Director of Customer Success and Operations at Kiva. Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 and based in San Francisco, with a...

    • 39 min

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