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Upstream was started by Minnow Park, a freelance photographer and writer based in NYC and David Choe a strategist, marketer, and tech co-founder based in ATL. Upstream is as much a live memoir of their new friendship as it is a commentary and reflection on creative culture and creative living.

We talk about what it means to go against the current and live a more generous, curious and sometimes difficult creative life.

Upstream Podcast Minnow Park & David Choe

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Upstream was started by Minnow Park, a freelance photographer and writer based in NYC and David Choe a strategist, marketer, and tech co-founder based in ATL. Upstream is as much a live memoir of their new friendship as it is a commentary and reflection on creative culture and creative living.

We talk about what it means to go against the current and live a more generous, curious and sometimes difficult creative life.

    Leading in Crisis

    Leading in Crisis

    This week's podcast is centered around leadership. We use Danny Meyer's book "Setting the Table" as a catalyst to talk about what it means to be a thoughtful leader. 

    Join us as we talk about what we think are the principles for good leadership.

    SHOW NOTES:

    - "Setting the Table" by Danny Meyer
    - Music provided by John Song AKA Joules (@thefuturisticvintage).

    • 32分
    Imposter Syndrome: Overcoming Creative Fraud

    Imposter Syndrome: Overcoming Creative Fraud

    This week we are talking about something we’ve been feeling ever since we launched our first episode a few weeks ago: and that’s imposter syndrome. A convincing voice in our heads yelling, “What do you think you’re doing? Who do you think you are? You’re gonna suck at it so don’t even start.”

    You’ve probably heard the same thing in your head too. 

    And although we don’t offer any magic pills in this episode to rid you of the syndrome, we do take an honest look at it. We talk about recognizing our own inherent value, and outnumbering the imposter syndrome by having a community around us. 

    So join us as we resist our own imposters and try to encourage one another to fight the good fight.

    SHOW NOTES:

    - Music provided by John Song AKA Joules (@thefuturisticvintage).

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    Genesis Part 2: The Day Our Music Died

    Genesis Part 2: The Day Our Music Died

    This is second episode in our two part series called “Genesis,” where we share stories of our formative creative experiences. In Part 1 we talked about our story from childhood to how we got to where we are now. In this episode, we each dive deep into a specific moment that had changed our relationship with music, forever. During our conversation, we realize how much that moment has shaped the way we think about ourselves, and the work we are doing now, like this podcast.

    SHOW NOTES:
    - Becky Park's Instagram (@iambeckypark).
    - Music provided by John Song AKA Joules (@thefuturisticvintage).

    • 47分
    Genesis Part 1: Our Creative Upbringing

    Genesis Part 1: Our Creative Upbringing

    This episode is Part 1 of 2 episodes we are sharing with you, called “Genesis.”

    In this episode, we share our stories; our creative upbringings. We talk about where we came from, formative creative experiences, and even aothe Enneagram. You’ll also hear us laughing at all the random coincidences David and I share.

    Thanks for listening and we hope you get to know more about about us, as we learn about each other.

    SHOW NOTES:

    - David's Website
    - Minnow's Website
    - Minnow's album he made in 2004: "Fourteen Days"
    - Music provided by John Song AKA Joules (@thefuturisticvintage)

    • 32分
    How to Remain Generous Amidst a Global Pandemic

    How to Remain Generous Amidst a Global Pandemic

    Welcome to the first episode of our podcast! 

    We've been recording since the beginning of the year, trying build to queue of episodes before we launched, but then the coronavirus pandemic happened. We recorded an episode a few weeks ago, right around the time when all the stay at home orders were coming in place, and it was such a helpful conversation for me.

    It was so helpful that we decided to launch the podcast with this episode instead of the ones we did before. We'll catch you up on all those episodes, about our story and how we got to where we are now, but we wanted you to hear this one and be encouraged as we go through this time together. 

    We talk about coming to terms with how much privilege we have, how we can steward that privilege, and doing creative work that is essential, rather than non-essential.

    SHOW NOTES:

    - Music provided by John Song AKA Joules (@thefuturisticvintage)
    - Imagined Letter from Corona to Human
    - Jack Cheng - Crisis is a Knife

    • 36分

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