Jul 13, 2016

You Can’t Selfie Your Way To Success: Ep. 225

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Quiet people have the loudest minds.” Stephen Hawking

Tim and Jelly are on their own this week!  They discuss how to recover when your life is turned upside down. Tim is going to be a Dad! That was his news, and it had him reeling until a friend made him see that he can still pursue his dream of being a famous comedian, and be a good dad.

Jelly shares her experience at the incredible Podcast Movement 2016. She has a moment of self-growth when she realizes it's ok to be an introvert at a conference. She also ponders the value of selfies with influencers and the fauxpreneur.

Finally, we discuss the differences between the wealthy and the poor according to an article Tim found. Jelly gets angry at its assumptions.

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I am rarely bored alone; I am often bored in groups and crowds.” ~ Laurie Helgoe


Jun 29, 2016

Creativity Is The Future Of Economic Survival: Ep. 224

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When I say artist I mean the one who is building things … some with a brush – some with a shovel – some choose a pen.” ~Jackson Pollock

We are living in exciting times as creators. Our stock is sky rocketing as corporations and economists realise that the creative class are responsible for generating innovative products, original ideas, cultural direction, change-making, dynamic design, authentic storytelling, and all things that can't be reproduced cheaply or easily. And if that's not enough, we are doing it with instincts that drive us to network, be resourceful, and with the intellect to value our freedom above comfort.

This week on The JellyVision Show, we dig into the definition and direction of the creative class, and what it means to live as a creative entrepreneur. Jump in the Jelly Jar with us as we swim in a pool of potential, and a time to rise to the occasion. This is our jam! 

You will also be joining us for this week's edition of Coffee Talk! We discuss the recent gaff by The American Red Cross when they published a pool safety poster that was criticized immediately for being racist. What the Red Cross did was bad, but the people commenting on the story online are just plain frightening.


Books Referenced For This Episode:

A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule The Future by Daniel H. Pink

The Rise Of The Creative Class by Richard Florida

The Creative Economy: How People Make Money From Ideas by John Howkins


Our favorite quote from this episode:

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    Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” ~Stephen King


Jun 21, 2016

If Not Now, When? Ep. 223

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“How soon ‘not now’ becomes ‘never.'”
– Martin Luther


Someday I am going to write a book, travel to far off lands, start a business, lose weight, run a marathon, hike the Appalachian Trail, learn a new language, go back to school, and the list goes on and on.. These are life enhancing and life changing activities that we put off because we are waiting for the perfect time, to be worthy, and to not be scared. Yet, all we are doing is punishing ourselves by not doing them now. What can we do to make sure someday is today?

  • Put It on The Calendar
  • Set concrete goals related to what you want to do.
  • Make The Phone Call(s) to research, book reservations, tell a friend, etc
  • Ask A Friend To Join You--split the cost, share the fear!
  • Understand There May Not Be A Perfect Time
  • What if you found out you had one month to live--what would you do?
  • Make a tiny step TODAY towards making it happen


We also bring back an old school JVS segment, Coffee Talk, and trot out a new intro from our friend, Mark Johnson!

It's time to mix up the Jelly! Let us know what you think, and keep an ear out for additional show changes in the coming weeks. Change is Good!

BOOKS MENTIONED:

Where The Blue Grass Grows by Jelly's Sister-In-Law

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Six Months To Six Figures by Peter Voogd














Jun 14, 2016

More Outrageous Habits For Radical Success: Ep. 222

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“Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs.” – Farrah Gray

We continue obsessing over the blog post, "14 Things Ridiculously Successful People Do Every Day" by Travis Bradberry on Entrepreneur.com. There is so much wisdom shared in this blog post that our minds our feeling electrified by the limitless potential we all have within us. We want all JellyVisionaries to feel the power within yourself.

Let is know what you think about this episode and these outrageous, daily habits. You can also look forward to a new show format--we are jazzing it up to satisfy our creative desires.

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