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A bi-weekly podcast for creatives about the creative process. Learn how to finish what you start, ship your work, and build a business without yelling. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofnotyelling/support

The Subtle Art of Not Yelling Miles Hanson and Bill Small

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A bi-weekly podcast for creatives about the creative process. Learn how to finish what you start, ship your work, and build a business without yelling. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofnotyelling/support

    Dr. Michelle Mazur - Manipulative Marketing, It Should Have Been Me, and The 3 Word Rebellion

    Dr. Michelle Mazur - Manipulative Marketing, It Should Have Been Me, and The 3 Word Rebellion

    Too many businesses drown in the sea of sameness and leave you confused about what it is they actually do. The biggest mistake I see is jumping into marketing and branding without a clear message that resonates with the right people.

    Our guest today is the author of ‘The 3 Word Rebellion: Create a One-of-a-Kind Message that Grows Your Business into a Movement,’ a must read for all business owners.

    She has a Ph.D. in Communication and her superpower as a message coach is figuring out what makes you and your message unique. She’s able to see how your message is valuable and deserving of the spotlight in ways that you might not be able to see.

    Dr. Michelle Mazur is the founder of The Communication Rebel, message coach, host of the rebel uprising podcast, and author of 3 books.

    We get to speak with her about:


    Messaging and building an argument for your business
    How to actually stand out and not be ignored
    The important role of jealousy and those “It should have been me” moments
    The Comparison trap
    And more…

    Website: Drmichellemazur.com

    Instagram: @drmichellemazur



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    • 1 hr 9 min
    What Are You Worth?

    What Are You Worth?

    This is a subject that we’ve danced around for a year. Finally, we decided to dive in.

    Money money money moooney, money! (did you sing that…?)

    Money is SO weird. Value is made up. How do we value ourselves, our work, our time?

    We see people doing amazing work for next to nothing.

    We also see people charging a down payment on a house for bloated programs that over promise and underdeliver.

    Why does this happen?

    In this longer than usual episode, we explore all of it.



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    • 43 min
    Ideas + Community = Income, with Darden Smith

    Ideas + Community = Income, with Darden Smith

    Write songs, tell stories, move people.

    Darden Smith is an Austin-based singer-songwriter known for his lyrics and for weaving folk and Americana influences with rock, pop, and the musical roots of his home state.

    He's released 15 studio albums, had singles on both the country and pop charts including a top 10 hit, he's scored work for theater and dance, published a book on creativity, exhibited works of visual art and co-founded a non-profit. Darden has just released his 16th studio album, along with a book of essays and photos called Western Skies.

    Please join us for a raw conversation about creativity and community.

    Learn more about Darden at https://www.dardensmith.com

    @dardensmithmusic on Instagram



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    • 1 hr 6 min
    One Year of Podcasting

    One Year of Podcasting

    A year of not yelling. Wow that was fast.

    Listen to us pat ourselves on the back for 28 minutes :)

    All seriousness aside, we reflect on a year of podcasting.

    What was easy, challenging, and surprising about it?

    What are we looking forward to in the future?

    How long are we planning to do this?

    Is it sustainable?

    If you're a creative person, this episode will give you a peak behind the curtain of shipping your work consistently for a year (29 episodes).




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    • 31 min
    Josh Pruitt - Doing Stupid Things Really Well

    Josh Pruitt - Doing Stupid Things Really Well

    Whether he’s fully clothed in a hot tub with his brother filming ‘KumTub with Us’, or traveling the world in search for an illusive vegetable, Josh is always working on something new and different. Josh is a musician, professional photographer, and true creative genius.

    Today, we get to wander through his many skills and projects with plenty of silliness along the way. I highly recommend checking out his work.


    Photography Instagram
    Personal IG / music
    Website
    KumTub with us and other projects he does with his brother
    'The tip of the Iceberg' short

    There are some exciting changes happening around here over the next few episodes as we approach our one year anniversary!

    Keep an eye and ear out for those and thanks for being here.

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    No Vacation Goes Unpunished

    No Vacation Goes Unpunished

    You ever get back from a trip and easefully dive right back into your normal routine? Us either.

    It seems like no matter how much preparation we do for a trip, we lose a lot of momentum and struggle to transition back into our work.

    Is there a way to do vacation right? How do we set ourselves up to fully enjoy our time off?

    How do we set up boundaries and expectations with colleagues and clients? How about ourselves?

    A lot of creative people (especially in the US) struggle to justify and find time for vacation. And if we do go on vacation, we struggle with letting go of our work and being present.

    Bill and Miles discuss their own experiences with taking time off and how we may be able to do vacation unpunished.

    Enjoy!

    There are some exciting changes happening around here over the next few episodes as we approach our one year anniversary!

    Keep an eye and ear out for those and thanks for being here.

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    • 27 min

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Perfection is Equivalent to Happiness as a noun

Perfection is Boring- really like this episode. Perfection kills the things you love doing that you simply love doing. It ruins the love and makes it an obtainable goal instead. Like Happiness. It’s not something singular. “If I have that, THEN I’ll be happy”. That isn’t happiness. Same as creating a piece of art. Oh, if I can just do THIS, THEN it will be perfect. There is always more and more and more you will find imperfect, and doing that will drive you mad.
You guys are great to listen to!