16 episodes

Learning to thrive in our creativity by embracing our true selves: strengths, flaws, and everything in between.

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    • Business
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Learning to thrive in our creativity by embracing our true selves: strengths, flaws, and everything in between.

    EP74: COVID Conversations with Erin Fred, Marketer

    EP74: COVID Conversations with Erin Fred, Marketer

    We've come to the last episode of this mini-series! I hope this helped you feel less alone during a time none of us expected in February. 
    On this episode, I speak with marketer Erin Fred on burnout, supporting local businesses, what we've learned from our therapists, and how different personality types process current events.
    Note: This was recorded in June, so some information regarding shutdowns may not be accurate. And, get your information from the CDC, not this podcast, as much as I'm grateful for you listening. :)
    Connect with Erin on Instagram.
    Connect with me on Instagram & Twitter.

    • 37 min
    EP73: COVID Conversations with Josh & Oxley, Starbucks Store Managers

    EP73: COVID Conversations with Josh & Oxley, Starbucks Store Managers

    I'm excited to share this next episode of the COVID mini-series, this time covering the service of human connection with Josh and Oxley, who are both Starbucks store managers. (Oxley and I met when she was my store manager back in Nashville!)
    We cover burnout in their roles as store managers, staying active in the midst of changing guidelines, and how we're each supporting our mental health during this time.
    Josh and Oxley are also the hosts of their own movie re-watch podcast, Lights, Camera, Retraction, that you can check out here. 
    Let's connect on Instagram and Twitter.

    • 1 hr
    EP72: COVID Conversations with Akvile DeFazio, Marketer

    EP72: COVID Conversations with Akvile DeFazio, Marketer

    I'm excited to bring you this episode on burnout guilt with Akvile DeFazio, owner of Akvertise, a social advertising agency! We discuss parenting during COVID and self-care practices along with a dose of how we've been working with clients to pivot as needed during the near-constant changes the last few months have brought.
    Connect with Akvile on Twitter & visit their website.
    Connect with me on Twitter & Instagram.

    • 33 min
    EP71: COVID Conversations with Victoria, Design Manager

    EP71: COVID Conversations with Victoria, Design Manager

    "If you don’t acknowledge it the hard thing is then you can’t figure out the tools  to care for yourself." - Victoria
    We fought through technical difficulties to discuss tangible ways to refill our energy, balancing mental and physical health, discovering the tools we need to care for ourselves, and how Victoria has experienced and processed burnout over the last few months despite a fulfilling, demanding career and both positive and negative life growth.
    Connect with Hannah on Instagram and Twitter.

    • 43 min
    EP70: COVID Conversations with Jessica Grande, Marketer

    EP70: COVID Conversations with Jessica Grande, Marketer

    This week I'm continuing my series based on what a friend has dubbed, “burnout guilt”, or feeling guilty over the ability to BE burned out because you’re still able to work right now.
    In the second episode of this series, I'm continuing the conversation on burnout, guilt, and processing living in a pandemic with Jessica Grande, Community Manager at Nashville Software School and Creator of IASPOY, a movement for creatives.
    We discuss how the last few months have gone for Nashville, Jessica's transition to remote work right after getting hired, balancing side projects with self-care, and... what it's like to have your kitten go viral.
    Connect with Jessica on Twitter & Instagram.
    Connect with me on Twitter & Instagram.

    • 40 min
    EP69: COVID Conversations w/ Josh Evans, Radio Show Host

    EP69: COVID Conversations w/ Josh Evans, Radio Show Host

    Hi, it’s me, Hannah, your long lost podcast host.
    Yep, I disappeared for a while. Since December, I’ve felt like I haven’t had anything new to say. I’ve been exploring other projects, focusing on taking a step back to build relationships, and processing living in a pandemic, which brings us to our topic of today’s episode.
    Last week I put out a highly scientific poll on Instagram to discover how many other people were experiencing what a friend has dubbed, “burnout guilt”.
    This is feeling guilty over the ability to BE burned out because you’re still able to work right now.
    88% said yes.
    The answers to why people were or weren’t feeling burnout guilt were compelling. And, that brought an idea. I’d host conversations with people across industries and opinions on burnout, guilt, and processing living in a pandemic.
    So here we are. I’ve had conversations with radio hosts, architectural designers, Starbucks store managers, and fellow marketers. I’m excited to share the conversations, and hope that, wherever you are on the burnout guilt spectrum, that it brings you a taste of the community we all need right now.
    My first conversation is with Josh Evans, who is the afternoon host and production director at The River, a radio station in Columbus, Ohio. He’s also a husband and dad to a toddler while taking seminary classes.
    So when I saw that he answered “no” on my poll, I reached out to hear more. Surely he was feeling burned out, right?? And he had a really well thought out response to why he wasn’t experiencing burnout guilt.
    And that’s why we’re here. To have conversations about what it means for different people in different situations.
    Connect with Josh on Twitter & Instagram.
    Connect with me on Twitter & Instagram.

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

digital_rebie ,

Quality

The host is such a quality person. She believes in excellence, so you’re getting a quality podcast. But her genuine passion for helping others be healthier and happier (in all aspects of their lives) shines through even more. It’s a refreshing look at what it means to be a creative person in today’s fast-paced, digital, information-crazed culture. You’ll enjoy this podcast!

infosecATL ,

Like an oasis in desert moments...

This is a great podcast by Hannah. As a creative myself, it really is refreshing to hear encouraging words about learning to embrace who I am as a creative. Great episodes so far!

lynndavidlong ,

Don’t listen if...

Don’t listen if you like boring material, don’t like being inspired, and don’t like learning. This podcast is meant for the achiever, the driven, and the creative. And it’s far from boring.

Hannah helps you find joy in what you do as a content creator, ground your thinking, and gives applicable advice for handling the good, bad and ugly of being a content creator.

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