In this week’s episode of Getting Work To Work, Chris Martin talk about failure and share five ways to change the way you think about failure. Every week it seems there is a new blog post for creative professionals espousing the value of failing, but to a lot of people, failure is a negative experience and something to avoid at all cost. Is there a better way to think about failure?
In this week’s episode of Getting Work To Work, Chris Martin talks about owning your schedule and the importance of taking care of your physical and mental health. As creative professionals, it can be easy to push your needs aside for the sake of the work, but sometimes you go back to bed to hit the reset switch.
In this week’s episode of Getting Work To Work, Chris Martin responds to listener feedback, discusses whether professional is a label or an attitude, share wisdom from books by Steven Pressfield and Austin Kleon, and encourages creative professionals to create work daily regardless of whether it is “professional” or not.
My friend and colleague, Chris Martin has just launched a new podcast entitled “Getting Work To Work”. The first episode “Screw It..Do It! is now available for you to listen to. Please feel free to share this new podcast with your friends, colleagues, and family as I know that they can all learn something from this amazing guy, Chris Martin.
Please join me in wishing Ken Ray, host of the MacOSKen podcast, a happy 10th year show anniversary.
I have been listening to his show for almost 9 years. Each morning after I grab my first cup of coffee I head on over to iTunes to listen to his daily show covering all things Apple.
Happy Show Anniversary, Ken!