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How to Stop Waiting And Start Doing

 

How to Stop Waiting And Start Doing

 

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There's a common misconception that artists have a monopoly on creativity… But the very act of making waves - no matter the career - is a creative one. The Chase Jarvis LIVE Show is an exploration of creativity, self-discovery, entrepreneurship, hard-earned lessons, and so much more. Chase sits down with the world's top creators, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders and unpacks actionable, valuable insights to help you live your dreams in career, hobby, and life.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

  • Roman says that “lack of success gives you a certain amount of freedom.” I love this because I see so many people stressing about the fact that they aren’t a household name yet – embrace it! This is your chance to try crazy, cool stuff – and if you mess it up then it doesn’t matter because nobody’s watching.
  • We get into something I talked about recently on this show which is finding your personal style — he has a great way of putting it: try on as many things as possible until you find your voice.
  • Roman gets into what he’s learned as the show has scaled and relies not just on him but on a team. This is tough for many creators who are super comfortable doing things alone and have to make a lot of adjustments once it becomes a team effort.

ABOUT ROMAN:

Roman Mars is the host of the wildly popular design podcast “99% Invisible” and has been called “the Ira Glass of design.” With several hundred episodes in the can over its six years in existence, it’s covered everything from “Unsung Icons of Soviet Design” to Love Park’s place in skateboarding history to DIY space suits, all through the same lens of – as he says – “telling stories that make you notice and appreciate the world in a different way,” drawing attention to the world of design around us that is 99% invisible (hence the title of the show). He’s also the creator of the world’s most popular design-focused TED Talk and co-founder of the podcast collective Radiotopia.

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