Chase Jarvis welcomes Brian Solis as his guest on 30 Days of Genius, a special series of Chase Jarvis LIVE featuring the world’s top creative + entrepreneurial minds of our time. Get more actionable insights: http://cr8.lv/1O4kezw
Technology is fundamentally human. Global speaker and technologist Brian Solis joins 30 Days of Genius to talk about why the future of design and innovation will be driven not by technology, but by creating experiences that inspire emotional reactions.
Another awesome interview by Chase Jarvis, this one is with Daymond John, best known for his role as one of the Sharks on Shark Tank. Chase and Daymond discuss Daymond’s career plans, successes and failures.
“You don’t need money to make money. You don’t need to know someone who’s made it in order to make it yourself. You just need to set yourself ambitious – but attainable – goals. Join Daymond John, founder of the iconic apparel brand FUBU, to learn how he built himself a plan and knew when to go all-in on his dreams.”
When your done watching, let me know what your thoughts were and how you think this could benefit your business.
Yesterday I came across an amazing show called Creative Live by Photographer Chase Jarvis that totally blew my mind. Yesterday was my scheduled office day of work so I left his YouTube channel up and allowed a variety of videos play in the background as I worked on blog posts and photo edits.
In the series Chase interviews a variety of creative business owners on their growth in their industries. During the interviews each guest answers a variety of questions on where their story began, the pitfalls they came across and how they over came the obstacles in their careers.
I will be sharing more of Chase’s series in the coming weeks. Today’s video is Chase’s interview with Brené Brown, it was the first of the series that I watched. She provides a lot of insight on the emotional factors of being not only a creative but a business owner, and well… a human being. Brené and Chase also talk about how those emotional factors (our own inner voice) could be the most damaging to our decision making in business, to the art that we create and the reactions to the people we encounter in life. I hope you enjoy this video; I found it to be extremely helpful.
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