GET DOING THINGS is the podcast of Craig Burgess: Creative Director of a branding and digital agency called Genius Division. Each episode Craig talks to a leading creative thinker in a long-form conversation that's guaranteed to get you thinking differently.
Danny Miranda - How to stay consistent
It was time for Round 2 with Danny Miranda.
I first had the chance to chat to Danny waaaay back on an early podcast episode and I'm so excited to have him back.
Since we last spoke he's hit over 100 episodes on his very excellent podcast, and I want to talk to him about how he's stayed consistent.
Danny Miranda is a lover of life. He is a writer, podcaster, and high energy advocate. He believes any day he is fulfilling his ultimate mission in life – to make the world happier, healthier, and wiser – is a good one. He enjoys floating on this rock in space and pursuing his highest version.
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Craig vs Blake Emal - How to grow your Twitter following
I met Blake last year and we hit it off...not. We generally spend our time just insulting each other.
This episode may have elements of me insulting Blake, and Blake insulting me. We may talk about Twitter, marketing, being a CMO, why he decided to make Float and maybe more insults.
The Stoic Empire - How to avoid wasting your life (Twitter Spaces chat)
I recently had a chat with The Stoic Empire on a Twitter Spaces chat about the thread that we collaborated on: https://twitter.com/TheStoicEmpire/status/1379472448538742796 ("How to avoid wasting your life").
It was almost like a radio phone-in show where we had people asking very thoughtful questions and we did our best to answer them.
This was a lot of fun and we'll probably do something similar again soon...if I can work out how to make the Twitter Spaces audio output a bit better.
Ritesh Reddy - The art of fun
About RiteshRitesh decided at 40 years old it was time to retire. Pack up the businesses, live his life how he wanted to with no plans whatsoever. I found this fascinating and I really wanted to get him on the podcast. What ensued was a conversation about being busy, productivity and that all-important question: purpose.
Read more about Riteshhttps://reddy2go.com/ (https://reddy2go.com/)
Dave Pannell - The art of niching down
Dave was my first boss when I got my first proper design job, so it'll be weird to chat again to my old boss.
In this episode we talk a lot about culture and how to measure it, create it, and how that connects to creativity.
About DaveDavid Pannell is the co-founder of Vegan Business Tribe and a passionate advocate for the vegan business scene.
Having spent over 20 years helping businesses grow and acting as a former ambassador for the Chartered Institute of Marketing, David launched Vegan Business Tribe with his partner Lisa Fox in 2020 to align his passion with how he made a living. David is also the presenter of the weekly Vegan Business Tribe Podcast and the official UK agent for The Vegan Society's vegan trademark scheme. His partner Lisa writes the monthly business column in Vegan Food and Living Magazine, the UK's best-selling vegan publication.
Vegan Business Tribe is a community of over a thousand vegan businesses owners and entrepreneurs.
Read more about Davehttp://www.veganbusinesstribe.com (http://www.veganbusinesstribe.com)
Arvid Kahl & Jamie Russo - How to build your personal brand
Arvid, Jamie and I enjoyed chatting so much about audience building last time that we thought we'd do it again!
This time we're talking about building a personal brand, consistency, and following your passions.
About ArvidArvid writes about building sustainable businesses at The Bootstrapped Founder.
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About JamieJamie is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Jamie wrote The Underdog Paradox. It is now a #1 Amazon Bestseller, in 10,000+ bookstores, and 130+ countries.
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Craig shares his experiences and opinions on mindset, business, health, and life. Craig’s refreshingly different approach and thought process often invokes a change in the way I approach a verity of aspects of my life. Thanks Craig 👍