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The Process Podcast - interviews exploring survival as a creative

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The Process is an interview series exploring the process of survival as a creative. Though season four focuses on the music industry, we typically converse with creatives from a variety of backgrounds about money, mental health, relationships, the creative process itself, and how they make it all work.

Latest Episodes

00: Welcome to The Process (a short intro) - an introduction and preview of future episodes

Hello and welcome to The Process, a podcast and journal exploring the day-to-day challenges of creative people turning their craft into a business. In this episode, you'll hear what to expect this season, where the idea for The Process came from, and how this is one giant experiment. You'll also hear clips from upcoming episodes featuring our amazing guests including Adam Hurly of The Prosepctives, illustrator Sunny Eckerle, marketing consultant and outdoors enthusiast Tiffiny Costello, marketer and actor Selena Vindya, and more! Lastly, you'll hear our intro song - Wet Ass Mornin by Tonstartsbandhht - in its entirety. Thanks to brothers and band members Edwin and Andy White for letting me use the track! Hope y'all enjoy!

11 MIN2017 AUG 13
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00: Welcome to The Process (a short intro) - an introduction and preview of future episodes

01: Adam Hurly of The Prospectives on Stoicism, managing creative energy, travel, manifestation + more

Adam Hurly is the founder and creator of The Prospectives, an Instagram serial and podcast focused largely on characters in the queer community. Launched in 2014, all three seasons have some root in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NY. Adam has built an incredible community around The Prospectives, helping people feel supported and understood by the work he creates. Having previously worked with Birchbox as the Men's Editor, he's now a freelance journalist working with men's health and travel publications such as GQ among others. Adam is also a dear friend and old roommate of mine. He's one of the kindest and most real people I know. I always appreciate our honest conversations about creativity, freelance, relationships, and whether or not pursuing dreams is actually a thing. He's hilarious to boot. Originally hailing from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Adam is currently traveling the world. He was in Lisbon, Portugal when we talked and has already made his way to Mexico City. He's also live...

41 MIN2017 AUG 13
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01: Adam Hurly of The Prospectives on Stoicism, managing creative energy, travel, manifestation + more

02: Jennifer Hauser of Bohaus Coffee + Flowers On starting a small business, finding financial success through authenticity + more

Jennifer Hauser might be the most passionate person about coffee and plants you’ll ever come across. She’s the co-founder of Bohaus, a cafe and florist in Bedstuy, Brooklyn, NY. She has worked with coffee for over ten years. With a BFA and a past in painting, she’s also incredibly creative. Her self-awareness and sense to follow her intuition is astounding. In this episode, we learn about their journey, the challenges they’ve overcome, and what’s in store for their future. We also talk about losing a loved on and harnessing their energy and love in your endeavors.

43 MIN2017 AUG 13
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02: Jennifer Hauser of Bohaus Coffee + Flowers On starting a small business, finding financial success through authenticity + more

03: Tiffiny Costello on freelance life, marketing yourself, knowing when to quit + more

Originally from Cedar Hills, TX and currently living in Denver, CO, Tiffiny is a freelance digital marketer, outdoor adventurer, travel writer, artist, and musician. On her blog Tiffiny Epiphany, she writes about travel, the outdoors (her Instagram account is incredible), adventure, mental health, failing, succeeding, and digital marketing. She has worked for big corporations, nonprofits, startups, and herself and is about to launch a new website where she’ll share all her marketing knowledge, tips, tricks, and tools. In this episode, we cover the power of co-creation, the value of authenticity, learning how to deal with life’s curveballs, when it’s ok to quit, how to build accountability, and more! See the show notes at theprocess.co!

49 MIN2017 AUG 22
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03: Tiffiny Costello on freelance life, marketing yourself, knowing when to quit + more

04: Andrew J. Coate of Facebook on “bullshitting” your way through life

Andrew J. Coate is a product marketer for a little website you may have heard called Facebook in Austin, TX. In a past life, he has been a musician, manager, tour manager, festival organizer, and all-around can-do-anything person. His life story has a consistent theme: people taking a risk on him. People seeing an opportunity and thinking, “eh, he can probably do this.” Of course, what they really see is someone who is accountable and who has proven themselves to be hardworking and productive. In this episode, we talk about creating your own opportunities, taking an unconventional approach to work and life, carrying skills over from various experiences, why we do tough things, being desperate and broke, and a bunch about music and organizing live events. See links to all the resources we mention and show notes here: https://www.theprocess.co/home/andrew-j-coate-facebook-music-industry-podcast

42 MIN2017 SEP 5
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04: Andrew J. Coate of Facebook on “bullshitting” your way through life

05: Illustrator Sunny Eckerle on the challenges of running your own business

I've had the pleasure of working with Sunny Eckerle on several projects and she is by far one of the most professional and enjoyable creatives I've ever worked with. She's also a rad person with impeccable style and cute cats. Naturally, we met on Instagram. I think we followed each other because we went to a bunch of the same shows. I really loved her work and wanted her to do our branding for A Song A Day so I reached out. That was almost three years ago! Since then, Sunny has branched out on her own to be a full-time freelance illustrator. She works with rad brands such as Curbed, Intercom, She Shreds Magazine, A League of Their Own, and more. She's also the founder of Brooklyn Bodega Cats and is always working on a new personal project. Check out some of her work below! In this episode, we talk about the challenges of running your own business, the value of personal projects, managing your emotions as a business owner, marketing yourself, moving across the country, Brooklyn, Por...

46 MIN2017 SEP 16
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05: Illustrator Sunny Eckerle on the challenges of running your own business

06: Rosie Sumstad of Fringe & Friends PDX on opening a brick + mortar, being a new mom + more

Rosie Sumstad is the founder of Fringe & Friends PDX, a brand new salon in Portland, OR and a member of the Fringe NYC family. She's also a brand new mom - a life change that wasn't exactly expected or planned for. One of my favorite things about Rosie is how chill she is. But she's not just relaxed, she's confident that everything will work out as it should - a skill most people search for most their lives. In this episode, we talk about how you have to be confident in yourself to see the results you want. We also talk about being patient and going with the flow when life throws you curveballs. And finally, what it's like moving across the country, opening your own brick and mortar, and being a new mom! Show notes In this episode, we talk about: opening a brick and mortar salon being a brand new mom by surprise and the challenges that come with that taking those challenges day by day the importance of trusting yourself and your decisions how to keep moving forward taking it one ste...

20 MIN2017 OCT 3
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06: Rosie Sumstad of Fringe & Friends PDX on opening a brick + mortar, being a new mom + more

07: Katie O'Beirne of Katie's Goods on career shifts, selling small-batch goods + more

I've known Katie since high school and her free spirit and drive have always been an inspiration. Earlier this year, she launched Katie's Goods, small-batch goods for both the kitchen table and pantry. It's been a crazy year for her, which she dives into in the episode below. Since recording this episode, Katie took a paid full-time apprenticeship with a woodworking shop and a remote, part-time job teaching English to children in Beijing. She's slowing down on making baked goods for other people in order to reclaim her love for her work in the kitchen and is still selling at the occasional market. This is just one demonstration of her ability to follow her intuition and do what's best for her, which I find so admirable. Hear her story here and scroll down for mouth-watering photos: Show notes In this episode, we talk about: making a career/industry shift building and designing a brand/business around the lifestyle you want discovering what works commercially and for yourself giving ...

45 MIN2017 OCT 26
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07: Katie O'Beirne of Katie's Goods on career shifts, selling small-batch goods + more

mini episode: recap of season 1 + intro to season 2

oh, hello. It's 2018, baby and Season Two of The Process Podcast is hhhheerrreee. I never officially wrapped up Season One but that's the beauty of passion projects - flexibility. This short, 12-minute episode is essentially me just blabbing on about what Season One covered and who we talk to in Season Two. I promised myself I'd get something out this week, and here it is. The best part of this episode is that getting it done was a small step in publishing the real ones! Next week (Tuesday, probably), an episode with Mia Braverman, maker, artist, and founder of Reason You Get Up in the Morning (and the inspiration of one of the questions I ask every guest) will go live. Subscribe on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts to be notified when it goes live. I also told myself I'd get better at sending emails and doing social media stuff. I've honestly wanted nothing to do with social media lately, but I'll get over that hump. So, subscribe to receive occasional emails at theprocess....

12 MIN2018 JAN 4
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mini episode: recap of season 1 + intro to season 2

08: Mia Braverman on finding your voice by following your intuition, tapping into what keeps people going

In this episode, Mia Braverman, founder of the public art project, What Is a Reason You Get Up in the Morning? and Cita Stationary shares her insights on fostering inclusivity and creating change by embracing your authenticity in your actions. She also shares a ton of actionable tips for makers on how to get their products into boutiques. Other topics we cover include: The power of community projects Some tips for moving to Japan How she (surprisingly) started playing live music and collaborating with musicians in Japan Growing into vulnerability with age Turning real life challenges and life phases into an art project Using goals and projects for tools in increasing self confidence Asking without fear of no when finding a home for or promoting your projects Finding diversity in your audience by moving it to different geographic locations Being motivated to do something good in our own voice in shitty times Embracing your own voice and doing what feels right to you Narrowing down th...

58 MIN2018 JAN 10
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08: Mia Braverman on finding your voice by following your intuition, tapping into what keeps people going

Latest Episodes

00: Welcome to The Process (a short intro) - an introduction and preview of future episodes

Hello and welcome to The Process, a podcast and journal exploring the day-to-day challenges of creative people turning their craft into a business. In this episode, you'll hear what to expect this season, where the idea for The Process came from, and how this is one giant experiment. You'll also hear clips from upcoming episodes featuring our amazing guests including Adam Hurly of The Prosepctives, illustrator Sunny Eckerle, marketing consultant and outdoors enthusiast Tiffiny Costello, marketer and actor Selena Vindya, and more! Lastly, you'll hear our intro song - Wet Ass Mornin by Tonstartsbandhht - in its entirety. Thanks to brothers and band members Edwin and Andy White for letting me use the track! Hope y'all enjoy!

11 MIN2017 AUG 13
Comments
00: Welcome to The Process (a short intro) - an introduction and preview of future episodes

01: Adam Hurly of The Prospectives on Stoicism, managing creative energy, travel, manifestation + more

Adam Hurly is the founder and creator of The Prospectives, an Instagram serial and podcast focused largely on characters in the queer community. Launched in 2014, all three seasons have some root in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NY. Adam has built an incredible community around The Prospectives, helping people feel supported and understood by the work he creates. Having previously worked with Birchbox as the Men's Editor, he's now a freelance journalist working with men's health and travel publications such as GQ among others. Adam is also a dear friend and old roommate of mine. He's one of the kindest and most real people I know. I always appreciate our honest conversations about creativity, freelance, relationships, and whether or not pursuing dreams is actually a thing. He's hilarious to boot. Originally hailing from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Adam is currently traveling the world. He was in Lisbon, Portugal when we talked and has already made his way to Mexico City. He's also live...

41 MIN2017 AUG 13
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01: Adam Hurly of The Prospectives on Stoicism, managing creative energy, travel, manifestation + more

02: Jennifer Hauser of Bohaus Coffee + Flowers On starting a small business, finding financial success through authenticity + more

Jennifer Hauser might be the most passionate person about coffee and plants you’ll ever come across. She’s the co-founder of Bohaus, a cafe and florist in Bedstuy, Brooklyn, NY. She has worked with coffee for over ten years. With a BFA and a past in painting, she’s also incredibly creative. Her self-awareness and sense to follow her intuition is astounding. In this episode, we learn about their journey, the challenges they’ve overcome, and what’s in store for their future. We also talk about losing a loved on and harnessing their energy and love in your endeavors.

43 MIN2017 AUG 13
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02: Jennifer Hauser of Bohaus Coffee + Flowers On starting a small business, finding financial success through authenticity + more

03: Tiffiny Costello on freelance life, marketing yourself, knowing when to quit + more

Originally from Cedar Hills, TX and currently living in Denver, CO, Tiffiny is a freelance digital marketer, outdoor adventurer, travel writer, artist, and musician. On her blog Tiffiny Epiphany, she writes about travel, the outdoors (her Instagram account is incredible), adventure, mental health, failing, succeeding, and digital marketing. She has worked for big corporations, nonprofits, startups, and herself and is about to launch a new website where she’ll share all her marketing knowledge, tips, tricks, and tools. In this episode, we cover the power of co-creation, the value of authenticity, learning how to deal with life’s curveballs, when it’s ok to quit, how to build accountability, and more! See the show notes at theprocess.co!

49 MIN2017 AUG 22
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03: Tiffiny Costello on freelance life, marketing yourself, knowing when to quit + more

04: Andrew J. Coate of Facebook on “bullshitting” your way through life

Andrew J. Coate is a product marketer for a little website you may have heard called Facebook in Austin, TX. In a past life, he has been a musician, manager, tour manager, festival organizer, and all-around can-do-anything person. His life story has a consistent theme: people taking a risk on him. People seeing an opportunity and thinking, “eh, he can probably do this.” Of course, what they really see is someone who is accountable and who has proven themselves to be hardworking and productive. In this episode, we talk about creating your own opportunities, taking an unconventional approach to work and life, carrying skills over from various experiences, why we do tough things, being desperate and broke, and a bunch about music and organizing live events. See links to all the resources we mention and show notes here: https://www.theprocess.co/home/andrew-j-coate-facebook-music-industry-podcast

42 MIN2017 SEP 5
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04: Andrew J. Coate of Facebook on “bullshitting” your way through life

05: Illustrator Sunny Eckerle on the challenges of running your own business

I've had the pleasure of working with Sunny Eckerle on several projects and she is by far one of the most professional and enjoyable creatives I've ever worked with. She's also a rad person with impeccable style and cute cats. Naturally, we met on Instagram. I think we followed each other because we went to a bunch of the same shows. I really loved her work and wanted her to do our branding for A Song A Day so I reached out. That was almost three years ago! Since then, Sunny has branched out on her own to be a full-time freelance illustrator. She works with rad brands such as Curbed, Intercom, She Shreds Magazine, A League of Their Own, and more. She's also the founder of Brooklyn Bodega Cats and is always working on a new personal project. Check out some of her work below! In this episode, we talk about the challenges of running your own business, the value of personal projects, managing your emotions as a business owner, marketing yourself, moving across the country, Brooklyn, Por...

46 MIN2017 SEP 16
Comments
05: Illustrator Sunny Eckerle on the challenges of running your own business

06: Rosie Sumstad of Fringe & Friends PDX on opening a brick + mortar, being a new mom + more

Rosie Sumstad is the founder of Fringe & Friends PDX, a brand new salon in Portland, OR and a member of the Fringe NYC family. She's also a brand new mom - a life change that wasn't exactly expected or planned for. One of my favorite things about Rosie is how chill she is. But she's not just relaxed, she's confident that everything will work out as it should - a skill most people search for most their lives. In this episode, we talk about how you have to be confident in yourself to see the results you want. We also talk about being patient and going with the flow when life throws you curveballs. And finally, what it's like moving across the country, opening your own brick and mortar, and being a new mom! Show notes In this episode, we talk about: opening a brick and mortar salon being a brand new mom by surprise and the challenges that come with that taking those challenges day by day the importance of trusting yourself and your decisions how to keep moving forward taking it one ste...

20 MIN2017 OCT 3
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06: Rosie Sumstad of Fringe & Friends PDX on opening a brick + mortar, being a new mom + more

07: Katie O'Beirne of Katie's Goods on career shifts, selling small-batch goods + more

I've known Katie since high school and her free spirit and drive have always been an inspiration. Earlier this year, she launched Katie's Goods, small-batch goods for both the kitchen table and pantry. It's been a crazy year for her, which she dives into in the episode below. Since recording this episode, Katie took a paid full-time apprenticeship with a woodworking shop and a remote, part-time job teaching English to children in Beijing. She's slowing down on making baked goods for other people in order to reclaim her love for her work in the kitchen and is still selling at the occasional market. This is just one demonstration of her ability to follow her intuition and do what's best for her, which I find so admirable. Hear her story here and scroll down for mouth-watering photos: Show notes In this episode, we talk about: making a career/industry shift building and designing a brand/business around the lifestyle you want discovering what works commercially and for yourself giving ...

45 MIN2017 OCT 26
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07: Katie O'Beirne of Katie's Goods on career shifts, selling small-batch goods + more

mini episode: recap of season 1 + intro to season 2

oh, hello. It's 2018, baby and Season Two of The Process Podcast is hhhheerrreee. I never officially wrapped up Season One but that's the beauty of passion projects - flexibility. This short, 12-minute episode is essentially me just blabbing on about what Season One covered and who we talk to in Season Two. I promised myself I'd get something out this week, and here it is. The best part of this episode is that getting it done was a small step in publishing the real ones! Next week (Tuesday, probably), an episode with Mia Braverman, maker, artist, and founder of Reason You Get Up in the Morning (and the inspiration of one of the questions I ask every guest) will go live. Subscribe on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts to be notified when it goes live. I also told myself I'd get better at sending emails and doing social media stuff. I've honestly wanted nothing to do with social media lately, but I'll get over that hump. So, subscribe to receive occasional emails at theprocess....

12 MIN2018 JAN 4
Comments
mini episode: recap of season 1 + intro to season 2

08: Mia Braverman on finding your voice by following your intuition, tapping into what keeps people going

In this episode, Mia Braverman, founder of the public art project, What Is a Reason You Get Up in the Morning? and Cita Stationary shares her insights on fostering inclusivity and creating change by embracing your authenticity in your actions. She also shares a ton of actionable tips for makers on how to get their products into boutiques. Other topics we cover include: The power of community projects Some tips for moving to Japan How she (surprisingly) started playing live music and collaborating with musicians in Japan Growing into vulnerability with age Turning real life challenges and life phases into an art project Using goals and projects for tools in increasing self confidence Asking without fear of no when finding a home for or promoting your projects Finding diversity in your audience by moving it to different geographic locations Being motivated to do something good in our own voice in shitty times Embracing your own voice and doing what feels right to you Narrowing down th...

58 MIN2018 JAN 10
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08: Mia Braverman on finding your voice by following your intuition, tapping into what keeps people going
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