THE DKNG SHOW | Riding The Career Waves - Episode 27
Dan Kuhlken & Nathan Goldman return after a sizeable absence from Adventures In Design. Instead of clubbing you over the head with all the amazing work they have completed since June of 2019, we took a different approach. Get ready to paddle out and ride the career waves of DKNG. From the lost years to going fulltime and eventually landing on top of the design world. DKNG shares all the insecurities and positivity that went into making the money moves that created DKNG's runaway success.
Snake Oil Provisions Episode 12
Miranda and Ben from Snake Oil Provisions return from a seven-month podcast hiatus to share how their 2019 wrapped up and explain the perfect timing setting up 2020 to be their most ambitious year yet!
Andrew Fairclough is a damn good designer and even a better illustrator. But he doesn't do either of the jobs professionally anymore because he found something that he's even better at, a new passion that challenges him even more and also happens to reward him more. True Grit Texture Supply was the side hustle of the side hustle, and now it's the all-day hustle.
Finn McKenty | The Punk Rock MBA | YouTube Content Creator - 20/20 Chapter 09
The true path to success is taking all the parts that make you and to apply them to a project that you love. Finn McKenty took his love of graphic design, marketing, and branding and applied it to his love of the underground music scene. Perfectly merging his professional life with his personal life, the Punk Rock MBA was born.
Justin Scarred is a content creator on YouTube, and for the past eight years, he has traveled the highways of the world for his series Randomland where Justin shares his childlike optimism for all things curious and weird with thousands of viewers worldwide. Today's conversation is between two content creators and what it means to wake up every single day trying to find an interesting adventure to take your audience on. In today's opening monologue, Mark Brickey shares one of those thoughts you're not supposed to share. After a Sunday of non-stop local coverage of one person trying to outdo the next person's grief, he asks do the people you really know, know what they mean to you?