On Unconventional Life, Jules Schroeder interviews successful Millennial entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, and thought leaders on how they earn their living in non traditional ways - each week in 20-30 minute interviews! Each of these individuals are at the top of their game in terms of revenue and reach in their respective industry, living life in the driver's seat beyond what is traditional or predictable. Unconventional Life was created for YOU, the Entrepreneur, Trailblazer, The Student who wants to pioneer their own path, The ONE stuck in a job you are wanting to quit to create the life you want. On this show you will learn, how each guest took the road less travelled, what their revenue model looks like, and why they are prioritizing their passion over their paycheck. Join the Unconventional Life movement at UnconventionalLifeShow.com and enter to win the free weekly prize giveaway of useful tools, content, and resources from the shows guests.
Ep282: Putting a Price on Your Passion with Marketing Expert Sarah Dann
Sara Dann is an entrepreneur and business consultant who has built a multi-million dollar business dedicated to helping women monetize their brilliance over the past nine years.
Through her group programs, digital courses, 1:1 coaching, as well as her podcast, You're F*****g Welcome, she has helped thousands of women learn how to combine strategy with soul to create successful businesses.
Overall, Sarah emphasizes how living life while staying true to yourself—and sticking to your original plans—often brings in the best results.
“It means not settling for the norm, allowing yourself to really honor what you want and go after it.”
More From Sarah:
Podcast - https://www.sara-dann.com/podcast
Website - https://www.sara-dann.com/
Facebook: Sara Dann, Business Coach
Click here for the giveaways!
Sarah is giving away her You’re F*****g Welcome audio workbook to a lucky listener.
Ep281: Death, Doubt and Dedication with Bestselling Author Jack Raymond
Before he made his Best Sellers, Jack was living a comfortable life selling corporate insurance. Only after the death of his dad did he consider a career in writing.
It was a humbling experience for Jack, but it was a dark period of grieving. He turned to alcohol and filling up hundreds of notebooks with his writing that he kept to himself. It was only after the recommendation of a friend did he decide to share his work on Instagram. One post every day, up until today. He found a niche of people by the thousands that could relate to his words.
Empathizing with other writers who are torn between their market and being authentic, he shares with us this mantra, reminding us why we make art.
More from Jack
Books: Jack Raymond is the author of Spades, Concrete Music, Yellow #5, and a new release titled Lush
Ep280: Reclaiming Your Peace Through Letters Imbued with the Beauty of Life with Calligrapher Paul Antonio
Raised in Trinidad, Paul found a love for nature and the abundance of life around him. With the bond he made with the natural wonder of his surroundings—and his curiosity—Paul found himself walking a swervey path into the realm of Calligraphy.
Paul stresses that like any artist, or writer, the art of Calligraphy also requires emotion. He says that as he writes his pieces, he leaves himself open to his emotions and true to his inner feelings. Though there is a level of focus that must be kept to ensure a steady hand, Paul encourages one to also be free when writing.
Even now as Paul pursues other crafts such as heraldry, meditation, and teaching, he still hasn’t lost the dedication and love that he has for calligraphy, passing on his passion to his students and living by the principles he has learned through his years of practising arts.
More from Paul:
Instagram - @pascribe
YouTube – PAScribe
Facebook – PAScribe
Twitter - @PAScribe
Website - www.PaulAntonioScribe.com
Ep279: The Strength of Being You with Travel Influencer Christina Galbato
With social media being a massive platform for interaction, it wouldn’t be surprising for someone to want to be an influencer. But with so many established people in the industry, where do you even start? Online Educator and travel influencer Christina Galbato says that it’s about knowing your niche.
Christina Galbato is a social media influencer, online educator, and digital marketing expert. After building a successful career as a travel influencer and working with brands like Ritz-Carlton, Mazda, and lululemon, Christina pivoted into online education. She built a 7-figure business helping thousands of women build careers influencers & bloggers. She has been featured in CNN and Forbes and was a speaker at AdWord 2020. She is also the host of the top-rated entrepreneurship podcast Her Life By Design.
More from Christina:
IG - @ChristinaGalbato
Website - christinagalbato.com
Click here for the giveaway!
One lucky listener will get a chance to join Christina's Influencer boot camp that teaches you how to establish your brand on social media.
Ep278: Making Reality a Fantasy with Photo Artist Erik Johansson
Raised in the countryside of Sweden, Erik’s spark for whimsical sceneries was brought by the beauty and simplicity of his life as a child. “Modifying realities has always been natural to me,” he says. Erik points out how he used to spend his time drawing rather than talking, and his work was inspired by the rural landscape he was born in.
He spoke of his creative process and stressed how creativity isn’t something you can force yourself to have. Rather drawing is an activity that gradually improves the more you do it.
Even though he only publishes a few of his personal work in a year, Erik takes pride in his pieces and the arduous artistry that goes into his photographs.
More from Erik:
Instagram - @Erik.JOH
Website - www.erikjo.com
Ep277: How to Stay Original with The Man Behind 100 Voices, Impressionist Charlie Hopkinson
Starting out as a math teacher and gradually shifting into his current career, Charlie points out the misconception that people are born creative or talented. Rather he says that it's more about the effort you put out and the passion that you have, which makes something feel “authentic”.
Being in the comedy industry for more than four years, he clarifies that he has also been in creative slumps. His advice for anyone who feels as though they’ve become stale or just wants to improve is to put yourself in a “live environment”.
More from Charlie:
Youtube - Charlie Hopkinson
SkillShare – https://skl.sh/3dmmGr6
Merchandise - https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/CharlieHopkinson
Twitter - c_hopkinson
Facebook - Voiceraptor
Snapchat - chopkinson92
Patreon - Charlie Hopkinson
Click here for the giveaway!
Charlie is willing to do a single voice impression of 200 words specially recorded for one lucky listener.
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