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Get advice and insights from successful professionals who have established themselves in marketing, advertising, public relations and interactive positions. Allie Osmar Siarto gets to the bottom of what it takes to succeed and how you can prepare yourself for a career in one of these ever-changing fields. Visit TheCreativeCareer.com to read the blog and show notes.
 
Follow Science Fiction author James S. Aaron on his writing-publishing journey. He's thirteen novels into a writing career while chasing a toddler and making the creative life work. We talk about productivity, business of art, personal finance, consistent creativity, family, interviews with authors and other creatives doing the work. Sleep mostly optional.
 
Are you a parent who is determined to work towards the lifestyle you want for your family? Career / Business important but you need the work life balance that will enable you to hang out with the most important people in the world to you? Determined to carry on your career progression after having kids and want to establish the best way to do so? Welcome to the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast... a podcast hosted by career coach, mummy, author, employee, and business builder Gin ...
 
The "How I Built This" of creative careers. The risky yet rewarding come up stories of business owners, musicians, entrepreneurs, creatives and all things in between. A chance to sit down with some of the most inspiring people I know - hear their stories and learn some important lessons from the beginning, middle and current parts of their journey.
 
What if you could create the business and career that you love with the help of the Tarot cards? This podcast is here to you to take leadership roles, grow your business and boost you to create amazing projects that you can be proud of. Let’s put the Tarot to work ! Monthly guidance, leadership tips, and more.
 
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How do you know if and when it's time to make a career pivot or big life change? My dear friend Babs Szabo joins me this week to discuss that exact topic. Babs had a remarkably successful career in music as a co-founder of Emo Nite & Ride or Cry, then ultimately decided to fully change it up and make a big life change in search of more happiness an…
 
In this episode Joe DiSanto shares his expertise on treating personal finance like a business, the importance of education and his website, PlayLouder.com. He delves into real estate, investing in yourself and digital assets, and the exciting potential of NFTs and the future. Truly hope this episode helps you take control of your finances and make …
 
Beth Saravo is a unique breed of creator that inspires me beyond belief. She’s had a ton of success as a music and lifestyle photographer, and has an incredible ability to capture perfect human moments in any format. In this episode we discuss what it takes to be a successful creator in any format and how to grow and continue to push boundaries and…
 
THE PODCAST IS BACK!!! I figured this would be a perfect episode to come back with too. Gordy and I have been talking about doing more episodes together were we just chop it up as friends, talk about current topics, and share more insights into our personal work. This episode is exactly that!Timestamps:0:54 - Moving On & Forward08:13 - Not Being a …
 
I'm taking December off to record some more episodes and do some much needed podcast updates! Expect WAAMF back at the top of the year better than ever. In the meantime, I would love to hear from you to know what guests you want to hear from, what topics you want me to dig into more, and any other ideas and suggestions you have! Andrew Cramb: @andr…
 
The first ever Ellise podcast is here! I'm so impressed by Ellise's story. She started her musical career at an extremely young age and ever since has had a laser focused vision of her goals as an artist. In this episode she shares her entire story up until now along with her mindset that has helped her throughout the entire journey as well as her …
 
Micah Heykoop is the Managing Director and a partner at the brand studio "Another". He's also a co-founder of the agency Candid Network. In this episode he shares a ton of knowledge on how to define purpose and meaning in your brand identity, how to create strong brand strategy, and the importance of defining the "why" in any project. I learned a T…
 
The Andrew Cramb episode is finally here! This week we flip the script and Gordy from The Gold Couch Podcast & Studio Paralo interviews me. I share a lot of untold stories, starting at the early days of growing up in Florida, tour managing Set It Off, working at record labels, then starting the podcast and working with Race Service. I wanted to wai…
 
Tatiana DeMaria brings together music, tech, NFTs and mental health all from first hand experience. For that reason I'm extremely excited to have her on the podcast this week. We talk about her origin story having early success in music, the importance of mental health, and how she's fully embracing the future and incorporating tech and NFTs into m…
 
Coco Zurita is a Pro BMX Rider, X Games medalist, car enthusiast, and incredibly inspiring human. He joins the podcast this week to share his insane story of moving to the USA with nothing, going all in on his dreams and how that paid off big time. Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 2:08- Who is Coco Zurita? 4:48 - Falling in Love with BMX & Growing up in Chil…
 
Chris Ngo is a co-founder of The Leverage which began as a boutique mens’ streetwear agency and has now evolved to so much more, including wholesale and direct-to-consumer sales, in-house design, production, and distribution, while owning and creating more brands within the umbrella including - Embellish, Haus of JR, Crysp, Lifted Anchors, Diet Sta…
 
Erik Rojas is a director, creative, and excellent friend. He has directed music videos for artists such as Jessie J, Dillon Francis, Rich Brian, Maisie Peters, Good Charlotte, Chase Atlantic, and so many more. In this week’s podcast we tell Erik’s story starting from his college days then going to a52/Rock Paper Scissors where he got to work with d…
 
Chad Tepper is an artist with one of the craziest stories I've ever heard. He joins the podcast this week to share it all. He's lived a TON of life including going pro skateboarding, growing a huge following on YouTube, having a show on MTV, and now signing to Epitaph. If you like this one, share it with a friend! Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 4:41 - Fl…
 
Niko Ivanov is an artist manager who works with Chad Tepper and GADDO. In addition he owns a media agency called NOX. He has a great outlook on the music industry and following your true passions in life. In this episode he shares how he got his start in music management and the tips and tricks he's learned along the way to become successful at it.…
 
Brandon Holman is an avid mental health and wellness advocate. He spent the last 10 years at the intersection of tech and music, working for companies including Snapchat, TikTok and AWAL. Now he's spending a lot more time focusing on his passion for supporting creatives by teaching them to reset and be their highest and best selves. In this episode…
 
MILES joins the podcast this week to share his come up story and talk about his brand new EP 'Never Have I Ever'. Do people read podcast descriptions? If you do - hello, thanks for caring. And if you like this episode - do us both a massive favor and share it with a friend! Chapters: 1:12 - When It All Started 5:14 - Rapping & How He Got His First …
 
Travie McCoy is an artist, singer, songwriter, and co-founder of Gym Class Heroes. Most importantly, he's one of my biggest influences in finding and falling in love with the golden era of Fueled by Ramen bands and the Vans Warped Tour. I have so much respect for this dude, it's crazy! This was a truly special episode where we got to talk about the…
 
Sam Morrison is the founder of Early Rising and a writer / editor at Lyrical Lemonade. In this episode we talk about a single DM changing his life and the trajectory of his career, having integrity and values over chasing current trends, how to perfectly pitch your music, and so much more! I truly loved this one. If you do as well, do us a huge fav…
 
Jack Griffo is an actor and musician. He joins this week to share his story of an early age come up in acting and starring in the Nickelodeon show The Thundermans, then leaning more into his love of music which ultimately led him to start his new band, kid baron. What stands out to me the most about Jack is how real he keeps everything and his incr…
 
Neal Donnelly is the Brand Marketing Manager for Young & Reckless. He's also a brilliant, well-spoken, hilarious human. In this episode we talk about how to live a genuinely meaningful life and how to find your calling, even if it takes some trial and error. We talk about when it's time to quit one thing and move onto another, and we talk about his…
 
Toni Cowan-Brown is one of those people who is good at everything. She has a unique expertise in tech, politics, internet culture & motorsport. This week she joins the podcast to share how she built her own brand as a creator in the F1 space and talks about leaning into the activities and interests you love and how that can open so many doors for y…
 
44Blonde comes on the podcast this week to share the story of how he got signed, moved to LA and found his sound with the help of some rad friends like Lil Aaron and many others. If you like this one, spread the word and share it with a friend! 44Blonde: @its44blonde Andrew Cramb: @andrew_ftw Produced & Edited by - Deanna Elise: @deannaelxse Websit…
 
Jack Cook is a Filmmaker based out of Los Angeles. For almost a year now he's been making daily TikTok vlogs which have gotten him a ton of attention and opened several new doors and brought incredible opportunities to him. He joins this week to share his story and shares all of the secrets he's learned along the way to grow a personal following an…
 
Dee Kei is the host of the Mixing Music Podcast, the owner of In The Mix Studios, a father, a children's book author, and so much more! Basically, he's one of those people who's great at a ton of things that I respect a whole lot. I've been listening to Dee Kei's podcast and keeping up with his career for a little while now, so it was a genuine hon…
 
In this episode I wanted to take a second to share some of the best advice and life lessons that I’ve learned from talking to over 150 brilliant guests on this podcast. These three points stand out to me as some of the most impactful and valuable lessons that I’ve taken away from doing this show. I hope they help you as well! If they do, please do …
 
Fish is quite possibly the nicest human being I've met. He's also the host of Gone Fishkin on idobi radio and a rad DJ! He's normally the one interviewing all of the artists, so it was a rare fun chance to turn the tables and hear his story. Chapters: 1:58 - Intro 4:15 - Learning How to Treat People 11:37 - Building Confidence and Overcoming the So…
 
Bruce Wiegner is a producer, songwriter, and artist. In this episode he tells his story including some wild highs and lows, and we share a very honest back and forth of lessons we've learned while chasing our dreams. If you like this one, and got value out of it, please do us a favor and share it with anyone else that would like it too! Timestamps:…
 
Danny Rakow is an Artist Development Specialist, Manager, and Platinum Songwriter. He manages Brakence and Peter McPoland, he’s written platinum and gold songs with Jeremy Zucker, and now has a joint venture record label with Republic Records. What stands out to me most about him is his ability to find and develop talent so early, and his genuine p…
 
Max Funk is one of those people who's great at a lot of things. He's a designer, event creator, and the co-founder of Craftwerk Berlin, an incredible community garage for motorcycles. In this episode we talk about the universal language of creativity, what it takes to teach yourself new skills, and how to elevate your attention to detail. Chapters:…
 
Chase Bell is an artist and songwriter who has written with some incredible artists, and is now focusing on his own artist project. In this episode we specifically discuss the differences between being an artist, performer, and songwriter and how he finds unique fulfillment in all of them in their own respects. If you like this episode, share this …
 
This short episode features three of my favorite clips from a few recent Where Are All My Friends episodes featuring Loren Wells (Music Lawyer), Caterina Nasr (A&R at Elektra & Fueled By Ramen), and Mike Koziel (Director of Photography). Let me know what you think of the format and if you want more episodes like this! Loren Wells: @lorenswells Cate…
 
Sydney Hamm is an actress, model, and host. We met while hosting Porsche Unseen together at Porsche SXSW and became instant friends! She’s got a certain energy and passion to her that translates into everything she does which I truly love. In this episode she shares her come up story and an inside look into just how much work it takes to become a s…
 
Bisi Ezerioha is somewhere between a mad scientist, engineering wizard, and mechanical genius. He's built an incredible name for himself by creating some of the most iconic car builds of the decade and by being an overall incredible human. He's built a huge online community by consistently live streaming and answering community questions, and has b…
 
DYSN is an artist that I've followed for several years now and we finally got to do a podcast together! He shares his story of humble beginnings growing up in Texas and learning how to record in a home studio, all the way to the point of making it out to LA, connecting with some exceptional friends, and being pushed to pursue is own artist career. …
 
Chris Ruediger is the founder of The 615 house, and is an artist / songwriter. Typically I've found people to be great at making music, or to be great at business - but the combination of the two is a little more rare. Chris joins the podcast this week to tell his story and share exactly what he did to become exceptional at both. Chapters: 0:00 - I…
 
Part 2 of the Cody Carson (Set It Off) podcast is here! In this episode we talk about the growth and evolution of Set It Off, Cody's personal milestones and memories, and the most important lessons he's learned along the way. Him and I celebrated episode 100 of the podcast by talking about our early days and how both of our careers got started toge…
 
Loren Wells is a music lawyer with an understanding and passion for the entertainment business unlike anyone I've ever met. He's also an owner and partner at Wells & Kappel, an entertainment and I.P. law firm with a focus on musical talent. Having a good lawyer in entertainment can be the single biggest piece of getting signed, and getting the best…
 
Maria Gironas has had an insane life! She was signed at 11 years old as an artist, worked in publicity, then at YouTube, and now is at Reddit as the Senior Media Partnerships Manager for Talent. In this episode she shares some extremely quotable wisdom on how to grow in your professional career, but more importantly as a person. She's been through …
 
Caterina Nasr is the Senior Manager, A&R at Elektra Music Group and Fueled by Ramen. She sets such a great example of being passionate about what she does, matched with hard work, and the success that it can bring! Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 2:20 - Who is Caterina 3:20 - Hard Work is Part of her Family Roots 7:30 - Fandom 13:05 - Fans are an Asset in…
 
Mike Koziel is an incredible Director of Photography, a co-founder of Last Good Film Lab and ERA Studio in Los Angeles, and more importantly - an overall rad human being! Personally, I'm very inspired by his passion for perfecting his craft and constantly pushing himself to level up creatively. I hope you listen to this and feel the same way! And h…
 
Olivia Rudensky is the Co-Founder & CEO of FANMADE. She got a very early start into the music industry in a very cool way. She started by making a Miley Cirus fanpage, which ultimately led to her working directly with Miley. We talk about how being a genuine fan can make you the most qualified person to work in a role, and how we need to embrace th…
 
Alex Garcia is the guitar player for Mayday Parade and an overall rad person! We've been friends for quite some time, but this was the first time I got to properly sit down with him and truly learn his story starting from the very beginning all the way up to now. We also discuss the current state of music and what he and Mayday Parade are up to in …
 
Jake Posner is a manager to various artists, songwriters, and producers. He manages the band A R I Z O N A and is the founder of The Culture Theory. More so than that he's a brilliant dude who I'm extremely inspired by. We talked specifically about his come up and the massive amount of work it took him to finally find his place in music, along with…
 
This short episode features three of my favorite clips from a few recent Where Are All My Friends episodes featuring Aaron Gillespie from Underoath, Guardin, and Christine Osazuwa (Measure of Music). Let me know what you think of the format and if you want more episodes like this! Aaron Gillespie: @aaronrgillespie Guardin: @guardin Christine Osazuw…
 
Myrone or Pat Lukens is an artist, producer, and band member. And has had great success (and failures) in each of those lanes. He joins the podcast this week to talk about each step of his career and share some extremely valuable lessons he's learned each step of the way. Something that really stands out to me about Pat is his extreme honesty and s…
 
Drew De Leon is the founder of The Digilogue which is a community that focuses on education, artist discovery and careers in music. If you know me, you know those are three things I love a lot, so you can guess, this was a great episode! We talk about all of those topics, and specifically dig into jobs in music and how to find your place in the ind…
 
Brad Frey is The Band Camino's tour manager and the founder of a brand called All Is Well. He joins this week to talk about how he got his start in touring, and breaks down what a Tour Manager really does. He also shares incredible advice to those who are trying to work in the touring industry and the advice that has helped him the most along the w…
 
Aaron Gillespie returns to the podcast to talk specifically about his personal experiences and favorite moments of writing and recording Underoath's brand new album, Voyeurist. This ended up being an extremely personal interview in the best possible way. He shared such an honest perspective of what it was like to write this album with the rest of t…
 
Guardin was one of the first ever guests I had on the podcast, and now after two years and what feels like a lifetime of events happening in between, he returns to the podcast to look back at everything and catch up on what he's been up to since then. Including signing to a record label, then going back to being independent, how he stayed sane duri…
 
Christine Osazuwa is the Strategy Director of Pollen, and the Founder of Measure of Music. What stands out to me most, is her genuine love for building community. In this episode she shares her come up story in music, along with some incredibly inspiring stories that will remind anyone that if you truly love something, you can find a way to work in…
 
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