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About The Episode For anyone trying to balance their day job and their creator side hustle, this is the episode for you. Sara talks about the personal choices that go into balancing supporting yourself and creating valuable work. She also discusses how she balances the "shiny new toy" syndrome of wanting to explore new and novel interests versus continuing to invest in pursuits like her newsletter that she's been growing for years. Finally she discusses working on her book and how she thinks about creator opportunities that build on the newsletter. About Sara Sara Campbell writes Tiny Revolutions, an email newsletter about becoming who you are. Rooted in her practice of Zen Buddhism, it’s a personal exploration of how to be more awake, alive, and connected to the truth of your life — and to the world around you. Her writing has appeared in diverse outlets including Every, The RS 500, Barrelhouse, The Oxford American, The Hairpin, The Rumpus, and Salon.com. She lives in Los Angeles but does a lot of things on the Internet to pay the bills. Follow Sara Newsletter: https://tinyrevolutions.substack.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tinyrevver Personal Website: http://www.saracampbell.co/
About the Episode For anyone trying to understand how to use writing as a way of understanding their inner and outer world; trying to figure out how to create an exploratory newsletter in a world of tactical content; or looking at how to get better at the craft of writing while in community, this episode is for you. About Sara  Sara Campbell writes Tiny Revolutions, an email newsletter about becoming who you are. Rooted in her practice of Zen Buddhism, it’s a personal exploration of how to be more awake, alive, and connected to the truth of your life — and to the world around you. Her writing has appeared in diverse outlets including Every, The RS 500, Barrelhouse, The Oxford American, The Hairpin, The Rumpus, and Salon.com. She lives in Los Angeles but does a lot of things on the Internet to pay the bills. Follow Sara Newsletter: https://tinyrevolutions.substack.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tinyrevver Personal Website: http://www.saracampbell.co/
About the Episode In this episode, Espree Devora shares how she approaches continuous experimentation and play. From starting in podcasting, to becoming an icon of live social audio, Espree has learned how to keep playing while still showing up year after year. She also shares her recipe for growth - one authentic and caring relationship at a time. For anyone trying to figure out how to infuse the spirit of experimentation while still continuing to show up over the long haul, this episode is for you. About Espree A prolific podcaster since 2013, Espree Devora aka “the girl who gets it done” is a force in the Los Angeles tech scene, founder of WeAreLATech and championing Women in Tech globally, she’s also a founding member of the Audio Collective the hybrid live-audio creator community. Host of multiple podcasts and one of the first Clubhouse icon faces, Espree has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, Harper’s Bazaar, Inc and more. She knows the power of audio after producing and publishing over 1000 podcast episodes and speaking at everything from SXSW to USC, Red Bull to CBS. She calls podcasting ‘painting audio’. Links Website Youtube Podcasts Connect Twitter LinkedIn Email
In this episode, Jeremy Enns shares how his daily writing habit and eventually newsletter has influenced how he approaches podcasting and how he teaches his flagship course at the Podcast Marketing Academy. We also dive into his thoughts on flagship content that is sustainable to create, incorporating time for growth tasks in your weekly routine, and how to maintain creator habits as a digital nomad.  For anyone trying to figure out how to balance multiple forms of content and the routines associated with them, this is the episode for you. About Jeremy Jeremy Enns is the CEO of podcast marketing agency Counterweight Creative and creator of Podcast Marketing Academy, a high-intensity, cohort-based course for creative mavericks looking to grow a raving base of brand evangelists. He’s spent the past 5 years traveling full time, once bicycled across Europe, and will always look back on the day he finally saved up enough money to buy the Millennium Falcon Lego set as one of his proudest achievements. Follow Jeremy Creative Wayfinding Newsletter - Practical wisdom on navigating the wilds of meaningful creative work Podcast Marketing Academy - Cohort-based course about growing an audience of podcast evangelists Blogs Counterweight Creative (reframing podcast growth), Jeremy Enns (generative marketing for ambitious optimists)
Jerine Nicole is a multipassionate creator. When she’s not working as an Emergency Nurse, she’s creating content that inspires people to follow their online dreams in an intentional way. She writes about personal development, the creator economy and entrepreneurship.   For anyone going from 0-1 as a writer, trying to discover their niche, or navigating Medium as a monetization source, this is the episode for you. Newsletter: jerinenicole.substack.com Twitter: twitter.com/jerinenicole Medium: jerinenicole.medium.com Instagram: instagram.com/jeriineniicole YouTube: bit.ly/3p9cWp5
Aprilynne started on Twitter less than a year ago with the hope of promoting her startup, but she soon found a niche by sharing her process for growing on Twitter. Amassing over 6k followers in less than 6 months, Aprilynne has leveraged twitter to identify new monetization paths. For anyone going from 0-1 on Twitter, trying to understand how to discover their niche, or build out monetization opportunities, this is the episode for you.  Follow Aprilynne Twiter: twitter.com/AprilynneA  Youtube: youtube.com/c/AprilynneAlter  Twitter Banners: opensea.io/collection/twitterbanners   Startup: tenderfoot.io 
Edwin's newsletter The Bear Cave went from launch to 6 figures in less than a year. With over 30k subscribers, Edwin describes some of the creative growth habits he adopted to build out a following across Twitter and Substack. For anyone interested in how to leverage Twitter for the launch & continuous growth of your newsletter, this is the episode for you. Follow Edwin Edwin's Twitter: twitter.com/StockJabber The Bear Cave Newsletter: thebearcave.substack.com
Creator Habits Trailer

Creator Habits Trailer

2021-11-0200:45

Tune into Creator Habits, dropping November 9th!
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