Category Archive : community

Finding Your Niche: A Fireside Chat at CreativeLive

Chase Jarvis Photography Nasa Koski

Not too long ago I had the opportunity to sit down with a group of CreativeLive students attending a special week of programming in our Seattle studios. This conversation was never intended to be published, but after listening to this intimate conversation with some fellow creators, I had to share it. One of the things I really love about having students in the studio is 1:1 interaction and that non-tangible exchange that happens when a group of people gets together. Let’s face it, the internet can be a mixed bag. It’s sometimes hard to ask important questions. It’s been hugely beneficial for me to seek out and find safe communities where I can learn, explore, and ask questions that I might otherwise be afraid to ask, and this is something I recommend all of you find, too. A few topics we explored: To find your niche and truly differentiate yourself, you need to make art that no one else can make. Show the world how you see the world. If you want to make money with your art but don’t enjoy the business side of it, you have two good options: either partner with someone who enjoys the business side […]

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Finding Your Niche: A Fireside Chat at CreativeLive

Chase Jarvis Photography Nasa Koski

Not too long ago I had the opportunity to sit down with a group of CreativeLive students attending a special week of programming in our Seattle studios. This conversation was never intended to be published, but after listening to this intimate conversation with some fellow creators, I had to share it. One of the things I really love about having students in the studio is 1:1 interaction and that non-tangible exchange that happens when a group of people gets together. Let’s face it, the internet can be a mixed bag. It’s sometimes hard to ask important questions. It’s been hugely beneficial for me to seek out and find safe communities where I can learn, explore, and ask questions that I might otherwise be afraid to ask, and this is something I recommend all of you find, too. A few topics we explored: To find your niche and truly differentiate yourself, you need to make art that no one else can make. Show the world how you see the world. If you want to make money with your art but don’t enjoy the business side of it, you have two good options: either partner with someone who enjoys the business side […]

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The Secret to Success No One Talks About

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You’re stuck. You’ve plateaued. You’re making great work but nobody is seeing it and you’re asking yourself “how do I get noticed?” How did the blowout successes of YouTube and Instagram get to their million+ followers? The answer: they created community. Whether you’re an individual, a hustler, an artist, a creator, an entrepreneur, or you represent a company, the fundamental principle is that making something great and promoting it is only 50% of the work, and that the other 50% (the community) is the part that makes the difference to ongoing and repeated success. In today’s episode, What building a community means. Why building a community is the path to your success. How to build your community. (step by step instructions) Enjoy! “What you give is what you get.” FOLLOW ME: facebook | instagram | twitter Listen to the Podcast In This Episode, You Will Learn: Why you need to invest in your community. [2:21] “The common thread is a deep and authentic connection to a really, really engaged community.” [5:17] Google “Chase Jarvis The Other 50%” [5:42] How to invest in the other 50%. Like, specifically, step by step instructions. [8:00] Meet other humans. Go to events and meet […]

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How to Launch Your Next Project /w Product Hunt’s Ryan Hoover

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Ryan Hoover is most notably known as the founder of the website that brings you all the world’s newest products and technologies, Product Hunt. He’s also a writer and founder of his new VC firm, Weekend Fund which he admits he started because he’s constantly chasing the warm fuzzy feelings he gets from helping other people. Some call him Silicon Valley’s “resident nice guy” and it won’t take you long to figure out why. Ryan sees more product launches than perhaps anyone else in the world and knows how to do it well and how to do it poorly. He shares his insights for his path of launching (and continuing to launch) Product Hunt and what he notices in the 100’s of launches that make it to his virtual doorstep, daily. In today’s episode: If you want to start something and stick with it for the long haul, scratch your own itch. Product Hunt was built out of Ryan’s own curiosity and drive to share new products with his friends. Building community>building products. Successful products are rarely built in a dark dungeon and then released to the world, perfect and ready to go viral. Before you launch anything, it’s crucial […]

How to Launch Your Next Project /w Product Hunt’s Ryan Hoover

Chase Jarvis Photography Chase

Ryan Hoover is most notably known as the founder of the website that brings you all the world’s newest products and technologies, Product Hunt. He’s also a writer and founder of his new VC firm, Weekend Fund which he admits he started because he’s constantly chasing the warm fuzzy feelings he gets from helping other people. Some call him Silicon Valley’s “resident nice guy” and it won’t take you long to figure out why. Ryan sees more product launches than perhaps anyone else in the world and knows how to do it well and how to do it poorly. He shares his insights for his path of launching (and continuing to launch) Product Hunt and what he notices in the 100’s of launches that make it to his virtual doorstep, daily. In today’s episode: If you want to start something and stick with it for the long haul, scratch your own itch. Product Hunt was built out of Ryan’s own curiosity and drive to share new products with his friends. Building community>building products. Successful products are rarely built in a dark dungeon and then released to the world, perfect and ready to go viral. Before you launch anything, it’s crucial […]

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