Jun 25, 2014
This week on The JellyVision Show Podcast, we go solo which gives us a chance to talk about something we are passionate about--creative entrepreneurship. Jelly is excited to talk about the blog article, "20 Successful Habits I Learned Working for 2 Billionaires" by best selling author, boutique matchmaker and lifestyle coach,
Paul C. Brunson . Paul worked for Oprah Winfrey and Enver Yucel and observed some unique qualities and practices these two billionaires shared that contributed to their extreme success.
Tim and Jelly start off talking about epiphanies, goals, inner peace, exercise and earning your happiness. Tim even has an unexpected, passionate rant about stepping up your game. The conversation turns to Paul's article where they discuss 10 of the 20 Billionaire habits. Alexis joins the discussion and plans on signing up for Paul's relationship and lifestyle coaching. We hope to have him live on the podcast sometime soon! In the meantime, follow Paul C. Brunson on Twitter and check out all that he has to offer on PaulCBrunson.com. Consider joining Paul's #MentorMonday Community for expert advice on entrepreneurship, life, and relationship related topics.
Jun 17, 2014
We had a Cat Party while we recorded this week's show! Are the rumors true? Did David Bowie call The JellyVision Show?
During our Cat Party, we learn all about the art and business of Burlesque from Kay Sera and Missy Aggravation--two movers and shakers in the DC/Baltimore Burlesque scene. Kay is the co-founder of Bawdy Shop Burlesque and just returned from performing at the very competitive & respected, Burlesque Hall of Fame. Missy will be co-starring with Kay in the burlesque production, Barbarellesque: A unique live production of the sexy sci-fi camp classic, Barbarella. The show is 6/28 will be at The State Theater and you can purchase tickets in advance RIGHT HERE. Please follow the ladies on Twitter to stay on top of all of their performances and antics. Follow Kay, Missy and Barbarellesque.
King of the #CatParty, Forrest the Cat, came on the show to promote his just-released single, Cat Party. Forrest wants everyone to dance to what is sure to be the song of the summer. Forrest claims to have co-wrote the song with David Bowie and when David calls the show, we find out exactly how much he was involved. Don't forget to follow Forrest on Twitter and learn how you can host your very own Cat Party in your town!
Forrest can be reached at:
Cat Party is available for download and/or streaming at...
Forrest's producer, John Musco, is a Mainstage performer at The Comedy Spot in Arlington, VA.
Want to read our live Tweets from this recorded show? Just search #JVS134 while you listen to the show. It adds to the fun.
Jun 10, 2014
In this week's episode of The JellyVision Show Podcast, Tim and Jelly, talk to two creative entrepreneurs about their small businesses. Dan Brown is the founder and CEO of RocketPack Creative Services. Dan was inspired to start his own company after finding himself between government contracts. His artistic skills and technical knowledge blasted him off to success with his creative visions for his clients needing website design, digital video production, desktop publishing and graphic design services! Gone are the days of looking for sane-ish clients on Craig's List. Dan's clients now all come from word of mouth referrals. Way to go Dan!
Dixie Smith joins the podcast because she really wanted to meet THE Dan Brown. Rather than be disappointed, she accepted our Dan as THE Dan and will be using RocketPack Creative Services to help with her SEO and branding. Dixie is the CEO and founder of Weekend Pussy, a cat rental program for people who crave the companionship of a cat, but just don't want the lifetime commitment. Dixie chooses her cats wisely based on several criteria--including the potential to go viral on the internet. Kitler is very popular. Cats are installed at the client's convenience complete with food and litter box. Once the cat becomes sick, unattractive or the novelty wears off, pick up is scheduled. Way to think outside the litterbox, Dixie!
**Special thanks to DC improviser, Katie McDermott, for playing Dixie! You can see more of Katie when she performs with her amazingly talented troupe, Breaker Breaker.
Jun 3, 2014
This week our guest Artrepreneurs are both DJs in the Washington, DC area. DJ, LTSHVSX, talks to us about all the work that happens behind the scenes, making a living producing original beats and the changes in the genre and club scene. LTSHVSX produces music for the blog, International AWOL and is looking forward to spinning his next house party on June 12th. Contact him on Twitter to book him for club gigs, private parties and purchasing original beats.
We also talk to DJ: YESALLWMN who is new to the craft and was inspired by the May 23rd
Isla Vista Killings that prompted the #YESALLWOMEN social media campaign. DJ YESALLWMN plays dance music that is designed to empower women and make them feel safe in a club/party environment. The first thing he did was produce a track called Respect Space which refers to the 6+ inch physical distance between male and female dance partners that should always be respected. He hopes his "Music with a Message & A Beat" will help men reflect upon their attitudes toward women. Thanks DJ YESALLWMN for supporting women with your art!
Special Thanks to improviser Andy Shartzer for playing DJ YESALLWMN! Andy is an improviser with the troupe Case of the Squeezies, The Improv Imps and performs regularly at The Comedy Spot. You can see him perform next with the Squeezies as part of the Summer Improv Medley on June 6th at 9:30pm. Buy Your Tickets Here:)