The Creative DBA Podcast
The Creative DBA podcast is on vacation for the month of August. I’m taking some time to rest and prepare for the fall. I can’t wait to be back in September and share with you the new content I’m crea
Lately, I’ve been thinking about my professional career. It seems so wild that I even became a designer. I originally wanted to be a corporate lawyer and just make a lot of money. Tune in today as I s
Over the past weekend, the United States celebrated their Independence Day on July 4th and I celebrated my birthday. I can’t remember the last time I planned anything with a group of people to celebra
For some reason, I feel really compelled to share today’s topic. I’ve definitely talked about this in the past but today’s episode comes with a sense of urgency. If fact, I don’t want you to overthink this.
The Creative DBA podcast is celebrating its one year anniversary. The first episode aired on June 6, 2020 and it was titled More Than Ever. I recently listened to it again and it gave me chills. In fact, I’m to replay that episode again today.
Today, I share with you an announcement that I’ve been thinking about for a while. I also add context behind my decision making. Tune in today to hear about what changes are going to happen with this podcast. Follow at instagram.com/creativedba.
Today, I’m encouraging everyone to schedule their own vacation. I also share some of the reasons why business owners don’t take vacations. Follow at instagram.com/creativedba. Music by grandsupreem.com.
When it comes to operating a business one of the biggest questions we all have is ‘How much should I charge?’ While I can’t tell you how much you should charge, I can give you an idea of why it’s more than you think.
Today, I share the importance of doing things differently if we want to have different outcomes. I even share two personal examples of how I’m trying to do things differently with this podcast and my design business. Follow at instagram.
Today’s episode is going to be a little different because I’m going to just give you the challenge. Usually, I introduce the topic, break it down into smaller talking points, and then end with a few action items. Not today.