13 episodes

Creative professionals have an abundance of obstacles to overcome. From staying inspired to putting out fires, the path for a successful career can be filled with fearful moments. If courage and resiliency is required to succeed, what does it practically look like? In this podcast series we will learn from seasoned creative professionals on specific terrifying topics and how they overcame adversity. Season 2 kicks off May 28th!

The Creative Rising Blake Howard

    • Arts
    • 5.0, 52 Ratings

Creative professionals have an abundance of obstacles to overcome. From staying inspired to putting out fires, the path for a successful career can be filled with fearful moments. If courage and resiliency is required to succeed, what does it practically look like? In this podcast series we will learn from seasoned creative professionals on specific terrifying topics and how they overcame adversity. Season 2 kicks off May 28th!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

mschandel ,

Intentionally Curated

Although I don't work in the creative industry, I find the Creative Rising to be refreshing, entertaining and engaging. I love the business perspective that each interviewee has brought to the surface. Blake does a great job of allowing the podcast to remain free form as well as swiftly intertwining themes from one podcast to the next. It’s clear there is careful intention given to the overall curation. Great listen for creatives and non-creatives alike!

ATLOPE ,

Inspiring

I’ve attended a lot of Creative Mornings in Atlanta. This podcast peels back another layer into the stories of these creatives as they share their struggles and achievements. So many nuggets!

intern in ATL ,

Authentic and Engaging

I’m not a big podcast listener — I often get impatient with the pace of conversation, or all the intros and small talk. But the first episode of The Creative Rising I listened to, “Finding and Sustaining Your Style” w/ Brian Steely, caught and held my attention right away. Blake Howard’s hosting and interviewing is energetic and sharp. I laughed aloud several times at his and Brian’s bits back and forth. I think truth about that kind of hard work — drawing a line, protecting and taking care of yourself, fighting imposter syndrome — is really valuable for artists to be sharing on a platform like this podcast.

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