Conversations with unique, smart people on what it means to be creative, including their process, strategies, habits and where they find inspiration.
5. Dre'Co - How to stay authentic and inspire others
Andrae’Co Ryan Craig is an American Lyricist, Singer, Writer, Performer and Emcee from St. Louis, Mo. Initially he gained recognition as an Emcee because of his irresistible personality and presence at premiere events in the Greater St. Louis Area. Before that, Dre’Co used university dormitories and college stages as a launch pad, for his lyrical gust, motivational flow and illustrious story telling. After being nominated for Artist of the Year at SlumFest STL in 2016, he craved for more. He started his own Record Label, Classics Only Llc, and released a pleasure project with a universal message of a journey the human spirit takes from heart ache to triumph. “Seen Unseen”, Dre’Co’s debut album, was released in March 2019 and streams on all platforms resonating with audiences nationally. Whether this captivating performer is emceeing or rapping, he always leaves his audiences craving for more.
Check out Dre'Co's music at the links below, and follow him on instagram @dre_co!
Seen|unseen by Dre'co on Spotify
Seen|Unseen by Dre'co iTunes:
Dre'Co Seen|Unseen Apple Music:
Watch "Dre'Co - Why Not" on YouTube
4. Judith Rowland - How to be creative even in highly regulated industries
Judith Rowland is a managing supervisor in the Public Affairs and Engagement group at FleishmanHillard. Her areas of expertise include public affairs, campaign strategy, government relations, grassroots engagement and coalition building.
In this episode, Judith talks about her creative process and where she finds inspiration.
1. Marisa Lather - How to promote more creativity within business
She has more creative titles than can fit on one business card. Marisa Lather is a demand generation marketer and speaker based in St. Louis, Missouri. At Perficient, she helps people interested in working in technology find a career they love by showcasing its employer brand and internal thought leaders.
Listen in as Marisa shares her meditation routine, her guilty pleasure podcast, and we get into the great Easel versus Canva debate! Let's meet Marisa for a creative conversation...
Where Marisa finds inspiration:
Edge effect - Hidden Brain NPR -https://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=625426015
Look outside your everyday view
Dedicate time to inner mentality
Creativity isn’t something you run out of. You can tap into the data and use that to fuel your creativity, make cases to promote more creativity within businesses, and measure your efforts.
Teaching Creativity to Leaders article in the Harvard Business Review
Feedly (How Marisa automates Twitter - http://www.marketermarisa.com/blog/how-to-automate-twitter-using-feedly )
2. Vernon Ross - How to own your morning and win the day
Vernon is an author and digital storyteller with a focus on podcasting. In this episode, we're talkin' Tik Tok, how to own your morning, and his secret for going digital-free (briefly).
Vernon speaks frequently at industry events, conferences, and is an expert keynote speaker on the subjects of branding, podcasting, digital marketing and sales training.
3. Aaron Burt and Tyler Cole - How to stop asking permission and take creative control
Aaron and Tyler are the founders of Tunnel Light Pictures. They’re bringing authentic stories back to Hollywood, producing both commercial and feature films. Their latest feature Philophobia will be available November 12 on iTunes, Amazon, Target and Best Buy.