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Biz Buds is value-packed weekly discussion from successful creative entrepreneurs Mike Janda and Tom Ross. They share their journeys from struggling freelancers to both running multi 7-figure businesses, and the lessons picked up along the way.
 
Your Creative Push is the daily podcast that pushes YOU to pursue your creative passion. Every week, Youngman Brown interviews artists, musicians, writers, photographers, graphic designers, and other inspirational creative individuals in an attempt to get them to inspire you to put aside your excuses and START DOING WORK. Each artist opens up to YOU, revealing the things that hold THEM back on a daily basis, and how they FIGHT THROUGH IT. They then give you one final push, in an attempt to m ...
 
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In this final episode of season 9, the Sketchnote Army Podcast audio engineer Alec Pulianas and I take time to reflect on each one of the season 9 episodes, and each guests unique perspectives and ideas they sparked in us both. We hope this episode sparks you to revisit and reflect on season 9 episodes with new ears, so you can learn and apply the …
 
In this episode, I have a fantastic discussion with Michael Janda, a business coach for creatives, author, and agency veteran. Michael shares his suggestions for sketchnoters who are asked to create sketchnotes for money but don’t know where to start. If you’re doing sketchnoting for hire or are considering it, this episode is a great foundation to…
 
In this episode, I talk with Brian Tarallo — author, graphic recorder, and meeting facilitator — about his new book, Surviving the Horror of Online Meetings. Hear how Brian came up with the book concept while he was stuck in a traffic jam heading for a graphic recording session and how his years of learning how to make online meetings less scary wi…
 
In this episode, I talk with Guillaume Wiatr, a strategy consultant who uses visual thinking, sketchnoting and graphic recording to help his clients visualize solutions. Hear how Guillaume got his start in this space and how he has become a guide to the companies he works with using visuals as his secret weapon. You’re going to love this one! SPONS…
 
In this episode, sketchnoter, graphic recorder, author, and bullet journaling queen, Diana Soriat joins me to talk about her unique path into visual thinking and going full-time as an author, visualizer and teacher. We talk about how her past professional life gives her a deeper business understanding that helps her graphic recording and sketchnoti…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by Grant Wright and Paddy Dhanda, the two guys who run the super-popular, monthly online meetup, The Visual Jam. Hear how their Visual Jam plans changed — from a local meetup in Birmingham England — to a truly international gathering during the pandemic and lockdowns of summer 2020 and beyond. And don’t forget to check o…
 
In this episode, I talk with Ceren Yildirim, an agile coach and avid sketchnoter and visualizer living and working in Turkey. Listen in as she shares how she integrates sketching and sketchnoting into her agile coaching practice — and how our pandemic lives have made for challenges — but also great opportunities for both our sketchnoting community …
 
In this episode, hear from Benjamin Felis, a former graffiti artist and punk rocker turned graphic recorder, facilitator, sketchnoter and visual teacher. Hear how Ben’s early life as a graffiti artist led him into visual thinking and working large canvases, and how his time as a punk rocker helps him go for it every single day. This is a discussion…
 
In this episode of the podcast, hear from Debbie Baff, a PhD Student in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning. Debbie has found sketchnotes have been instrumental in her academic work. Hear how mind mapping connects to sketchnotes for her and how she uses sketchnotes to better understand complex ideas. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchn…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I have a great discussion with Martin Haussmann, a visual facilitator, author, trainer and creator of the bikablo® visualization technique. Martin talks about how he developed his bikablo approach and the ways it has helped thousands of people around the world express themselves visually through training and bikablo …
 
In this episode hear from Ania Staskiewicz, a sketchnoter, graphic recorder, and visual thinking teacher in Poland. Learn how she made the leap from manager in a government office to full-time visual practitioner, fulfilling her childhood passion of drawing brought a huge energy boost that keeps her going. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnot…
 
In this episode hear the passion of John Muir Laws, a scientist, teacher and author who helps people forge deeper, more personal connections with nature through keeping illustrated nature journals. John and I talk about how he entered into nature journaling, the importance of parents encouraging kids to explore their interests, ways sketchnoters an…
 
In this episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast, I have a fun discussion with Ana Reinert, the creator of The Well Appointed Desk. Pen fanatics will know Ana for her deep knowledge of fountain pens and inks and other pens too. Her Well Appointed Desk covers all kinds of other goodies, like pencils, paper, notebooks, and beautiful objects that make o…
 
We kick off season 9 with with Lee LeFever, co-founder of Common Craft, the pioneers of the explainer video and author of 2 great books. Lee and I talk about the process they follow at Common Craft, sharing their philosophy as well as tips and tricks. We also discuss Lee’s two books: The Art of Explanation and his latest book, Big Enough, with disc…
 
Hey everyone, it’s time to get back into season 9 of the Sketchnote Army Podcast! I have more great guest interviews for your listening pleasure, including: Lee LeFever of Common Craft innovator of explainer videos Ana Reinert of the Well Appointed Desk John Muir Laws, nature journaler Ania Staskiewicz, a graphic recorder and teacher in Poland Mart…
 
In this episode, my good buddy (and fellow sketchnoter) Prof Michael Clayton interviews me about the 8th birthday of The Sketchnote Handbook! We’ll talk about 8 years since the book launched, translations into 7 languages, the community it enabled, the teaching opportunities it opened up, and the in-person and online events it inspired. 48% OFF The…
 
In this episode, I talk with Raffaelina Rossetti and Karl Damke about their excellent work on lernOS to teach sketchnoting. LernOS is an open source platform for learning that relies on circles of learners to accelerate learning and provide both accountability and encouragement along the way. You’re going to love this episode! SPONSORED BY This epi…
 
In this episode, I talk with David Brittain, a co-founder of the powerful drawing tool, Concepts. We talk about David’s path into programming, the philosophy and origin story of Concepts for tablets. If you haven’t considered Concepts before, this discussion will give you insights into why Concepts works the way it does. SPONSORED BY This episode o…
 
In this episode, I talk with Georg Petschnig, founder of Paper for iPad, and General Manager at WeTransfer. Georg talks about his entry into visual thinking, Paper’s origin story, and the team’s philosophy behind Paper. If you haven’t considered Paper before, this discussion will give you insights into why Paper works the way it does. SPONSORED BY …
 
In this episode, I talk with Patti Dobrowolski about her path into visualization and her passion for drawing your future. We talk about the power of visualization and how we as sketchnoters are perfect facilitators for this work in the world. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Neuland, the innovative maker…
 
In this episode I talk with Jay Hosler, a professor at Juniata College in Pennsylvania. He’s a scientist who has found a way to represent science with comics! Hear how Jay came into this space, and the relationship he sees between comics and sketchnoting. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by The Sketchnote I…
 
In this episode, I talk with Berlin-based sketchnoter, author, illustrator Nadine Rossa. Hear how she got into visualization, how she wrote her books, and the excitement she has around online teaching and some of the opportunities and challenges it presents. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Paperlike, a …
 
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