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Develop beyond the image in your career and in your life! Hosted by photographer, best selling author and entrepreneur coach James Patrick, this weekly podcast is made for entrepreneurs who are looking to level up their careers. This show will give you the tools, resources, insights and information you need to be unapologetically successful. Listen in and learn how you too can develop beyond the image! Check out more details at JamesPatrick.com on on Instagram @JPatrickPhoto
 
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The paintings and drawings Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) produced from 1835 to his death are seen by many as his most audacious and compelling work, a highly personal final vision that ranks with the late styles of the greatest artists. In this study, Sam Smiles shows how a richer account of Turner’s achievement can be presented once hi…
 
I have Laura Mak with me today who is a fitness expert, content creator, and just all around awesome human being. Laura has been in the fitness industry for over 25 years, including being a collegiate NCAA gymnast and personal trainer. Laura and her business partner are starting a podcast and seeking more help via James. GOAL: A successful podcast …
 
Today I talked to Jessica Helfand about her new book Face: A Visual Odyssey (MIT Press, 2019) Helfand is a designer, artist, and author. She’s taught at Yale University for more than 20 years, cofounded Design Observer, and has had additional roles at a variety of institutions ranging from the American Academy in Rome to the California Institute of…
 
Erin Duncan O’Neill (Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma) speaks with Elizabeth Emery (Professor, Montclair State University) about Emery’s recent book, Reframing Japonisme: Women and the Asian Art Market in Nineteenth-Century France, 1853-1914 (Bloomsbury, 2020). Women figured prominently among the leading collectors and purveyors of Asian…
 
It is almost twenty years since contemporary art took a ‘participation turn’. Now, just about every museum or theatre company has a participation or engagement department. It is nothing short of orthodoxy that one of art’s core roles is to reach out to audiences beyond art institutions - and paradoxically it is often art institutions that mandate t…
 
In today’s episode we get to chat about something very near and dear to my heart. I’ve been working in the health and wellness industry for over a decade and our industry has undergone a lot of shifts and a lot of change over the last 18 months. Coming out of 2020, there have been a lot of really great opportunities for health and fitness professio…
 
At the dawn of the 1950s, a promising and dedicated young painter named Helen Frankenthaler, fresh out of college, moved back home to New York City to make her name. By the decade's end, she had succeeded in establishing herself as an important American artist of the postwar period. In the years in between, she made some of the most daring, head-tu…
 
Today, we are going to be talking about leads. I’ve been talking about leads A LOT lately and there’s a reason for that. “Leads are the lifeblood of our business. Without leads, we do not grow our business.” IN THIS EPISODE The 3 types of leads you can have in your business. (Earned, Purchased, Owned) The 2 misconceptions we have about what a lead …
 
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! FITposium is coming back for 2021 in a completely new way! We have been running this conference since 2015. Originally, we wanted to equip all of our clients in the health and fitness space with everything they needed to launch into the industry. This is our 7th year, and we’ve watched the conference grow from 150 people packe…
 
Artwork as opposed to experiment? Engineer versus artist? We often see two different cultural realms separated by impervious walls. But some fifty years ago, the borders between technology and art began to be breached. In Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture (MIT Press, 2020), W. Patrick McCray shows how…
 
In the 1970s, American curator Donna Stein served as an art advisor to Empress Farah Diba Pahlavi, the Shahbanu of Iran. Together, Stein and Pahlavi generated an art market in Iran, as Stein encouraged Pahlavi’s patronage of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. Today, the contemporary section of the Iranian National Collection―most of which conti…
 
In Another Aesthetics Is Possible: Arts of Rebellion in the Fourth World War (Duke UP, 2021), Jennifer Ponce de León examines the roles that art can play in the collective labour of creating and defending another social reality. Focusing on artists and art collectives in Argentina, Mexico, and the United States, Ponce de León shows how experimental…
 
Our topic today is time. More specifically, the things we are spending time on that are not giving us return, especially in our business, and are not generating any income. The medium we are discussing today, which you may have already guessed, is social media. “It’s important to recognize that social media originally leveled the playing field in m…
 
Artemisia Gentileschi is by far the most famous woman artist of the premodern era. Her art addressed issues that resonate today, such as sexual violence and women’s problematic relationship to political power. Her powerful paintings with vigorous female protagonists chime with modern audiences, and she is celebrated by feminist critics and scholars…
 
Today we are joined by Martha Moffitt Peacock, Professor of Art History at Brigham Young University about her new book, Heroines, Harpies, and Housewives: Imaging Women of Consequence in the Dutch Golden Age, out in 2020 with Brill. In Heroines, Harpies, and Housewives, Peacock provides a novel interpretive approach to the artistic practice of imag…
 
In his pioneering study, Men in Metal: A Topography of Public Bronze Statuary in Modern Japan (Brill, 2020), Sven Saaler examines Japanese public statuary as a central site of historical memory from its beginnings in the Meiji period through the twenty-first century. Saaler shows how the elites of the modern Japanese nation-state went about constru…
 
What I’m talking about today is, leads. The lifeblood of your business and how to generate more leads. It is impossible to grow your brand and your business unless people know you exist. Most professionals I talk to and people who hire me, don’t have a system or strategy set up to generate leads. “If you want more sales in your business, you need m…
 
In his follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Metaphysical Club, acclaimed scholar and critic Louis Menand, Professor of English at Harvard University and staff writer at The New Yorker, offers a new intellectual and cultural history of the postwar years. The Cold War was not just a contest of power. It was also about ideas, in the broadest se…
 
In today’s episode, I get to chat with one of my dearest friends. I’ve known her and worked with her for years. She is an alumni of our FITposium conference and an alumni of our Get Amped mastermind. Darcy DeFrees is a fitness and freedom entrepreneur and we’re talking about how to establish your personal freedom while still being an amazing entrep…
 
Suzanne L. Marchand's new book Porcelain: A History from the Heart of Europe (Princeton University Press, 2020) balances several histories at once through the story of a single commodity. Rather than a history of art or aesthetics per se—though it certainly touches style and artists— Porcelain is at once a business history of mercantile productions…
 
Today I talked to Carla Diana about her new book My Robot Gets Me: How Social Design Can Make New Products More Human (Harvard Business Review Press, 2021). Carla Diana is a robot designer responsible for the creative aspects of Diligent Robotics’ new hospital service robot named Moxi. She created and leads the 4D Design masters program at the Cran…
 
We have a special episode for you today. As we were going back through our archives, I found this interview with Shannon Fable back in 2019 for a separate podcast that I used to run called the FITposium podcast. As I was re-listening to this interview, I realized this was such an in depth, powerful interview about marketing and how we chose to mark…
 
In The Power of Artistic Thinking: Think Like an Artist and Innovate (Common Ground, 2019; 2021 paperback), Marisol D’Andrea, PhD explores the potential of artistic thinking and shares practical guidance to help us all harness the power of artistic thinking. Through in-depth interviews and conversations with artists, scholars, and thought leaders, …
 
Last week when returning home from the gym, I saw a salesman walking up to my door. Instead of stopping, I sped up to past my house and drive around the block in hopes that he would be gone when I return. This got me thinking about sales and inspired this conversation today. IN THIS EPISODE Hear the story of a salesman at James’ house. The discomfo…
 
In this new segment, I’m inviting listeners on to the show to be a guest, talk about their business, while getting live business coaching on the show. A lot of things our guest is going through, you will probably also be going through. On today’s show, I am chatting with Melissa Paige. Melissa is an intuitive health coach for women who has been in …
 
See sample media pitches that worked: pitchpublicityprofit.com https://podcastclout.com/pat Find Christina on Instagram: @christinaallday Featured Resources: Episode 113: Understanding Consumer Psychology as a Photographer Freebie: Get the prompt I use to get natural laughter from clientsBy Christina Nicholson, Allie Siarto
 
Today, I get to chat with Chris V. Linton. He is a photographer turned publisher, founder, and owner of D’FYNE Magazine. D’FYNE is focused on empowering and highlighting the women over 40 market. IN THIS EPISODE The transition from photographer to publisher and what the beginning stages looked like. Navigating the culture shift from print to digita…
 
In 2013, Egyptian authorities detained a migratory stork for espionage. This incident is the focus of Heba Y. Amin’s The General’s Stork, an ongoing project that investigates the politics of aerial surveillance. It is also the subject of the most recent book in the Research/Practice edited by Anthony Downey. Research/Practice focuses on artistic re…
 
In today’s episode I want to dive into the five reasons you are not generating more leads in your business. We’re going to talk about how to get more of the right people to see who you are, what you do, and why it matters. For listeners of this show, I am hosting a FREE workshop to teach you how to generate more leads for your business, which means…
 
I see so many entrepreneurs selling this thing, but I don’t see anyone buying. This is really important, because if we are spending all of our time promoting our latest service or product, and no one is purchasing it, then we need to figure out where there is a misalignment. Usually, the misalignment is in the verbiage we are using to promote. IN T…
 
Today I talked to Nicole Tersigni about her book Men to Avoid in Art and Life" (Chronicle Books, 2020). Nicole Tersigni is a comedic writer experienced in improve comedy and women’s advocacy. She lives in metro Detroit with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. This episode takes a romp through five types of men to avoid like the plague: the manspla…
 
One of the topics that comes up so often is trying to get entrepreneurs to take things off of their to-do lists. “When we start outsourcing and getting those things off our to-do lists, we shift ourselves from working in our business to working on our business.” In today’s episode, I talk with Sam Kabert; he’s an entrepreneur, author, podcast host,…
 
Now in its fifth edition, Analyzing Architecture has become internationally established as the best introduction to architecture. Aimed primarily at those wishing to become professional architects, it also offers those in disciplines related to architecture (from archaeology to stage design, garden design to installation art), a clear and accessibl…
 
From kelly green to millennial pink, our world is graced with a richness of colors. But our human-made colors haven’t always matched nature’s kaleidoscopic array. To reach those brightest heights required millennia of remarkable innovation and a fascinating exchange of ideas between science and craft that’s allowed for the most luminous manifestati…
 
In today’s episode I talk about what I did that allowed me to 2x my income in a single year. A handful of years ago, I owned a couple businesses, and I was working tirelessly to try to grow these brands. At some point, I kept hitting these ceilings and walls and wasn’t able to get to the next level. IN THIS EPISODE How I got out of the plateau I wa…
 
The Korean War is now America's seminal war. It was the first war conducted with the new United Nations, the first war fought against the Chinese Communists, and the first modern war the US didn't win. Louis Nelson designed the mural wall at the Korean Veterans Memorial on the Mall in Washington DC. His just published memoir, Mosaic: War Monument M…
 
In today’s episode I get to chat with my dear friend, Jenn Roux. She’s the owner of Fresh Take Fitness and a representative for Zyia Active. She was also one of the graduates of our mastermind program and I got to witness her growth as she transitioned from corporate America to full time entrepreneurship. We dive into how she made that journey happ…
 
Diana Souhami talks about her new book No Modernism Without Lesbians, out 2020 with Head of Zeus books. A Sunday Times Book of the Year 2020. This is the extraordinary story of how a singular group of women in a pivotal time and place – Paris, between the wars – fostered the birth of the Modernist movement. Sylvia Beach, Bryher, Natalie Barney, and…
 
In today’s episode I get to chat with Stephanie Riel. She’s the founder of ReilDeal Marketing. We’re talking about where you can automate your workflows to save more time so you can work on your business, not just in your business. “I think there’s so much power in story. Whenever we are trying to connect with another entity, of course humans, but …
 
In The Jean-Michel Basquiat Reader (University of California Press, 2021), Jordana Moore Saggese provides the first comprehensive sourcebook on the artist, closing gaps that have until now limited the sustained study and definitive archiving of his work and its impact. Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988) burst onto the art scene in the summer of 1980 …
 
Like the transdiscipline of cybernetics, the philosophical movement known as Existentialism rose to prominence in the decade following World War II, was communicated to the general public by a handful of charismatic evangelizers who, for a time, became bona fide celebrities in popular culture, generated much excitement and innovation on university …
 
Everything you use, from your home to your smartphone, from highways to supermarkets, was designed by someone. What did they get right? Where did they go wrong? And what can we learn from how these experts think that can help us improve our own lives? In How Design Makes The World, bestselling author and designer Scott Berkun reveals how designers,…
 
Before we dive into this episode today, I have a BIG announcement that comes in the form of a question. Are you an entrepreneur who is tired of all of the same recycled education? The constant talking and the pointless vanity metrics that seem to be plaguing our industry? Are you ready to instead take purpose fueled and intentional action? Are you …
 
Chemistry is not just about microscopic atoms doing inscrutable things; it is the process that makes flowers and galaxies. We rely on it for bread-baking, vegetable-growing, and producing the materials of daily life. In stunning images and illuminating text, this book captures chemistry as it unfolds. Using such techniques as microphotography, time…
 
It’s time for another one of our special episodes; My Entrepreneurial Journey. I absolutely love these episodes because I get to chat with entrepreneurs who are with our listeners right now. They are in the trenches going through all the same things that you are, and we get to unpack and share so much of their journey to provide some insight and so…
 
How should we understand creative work? In Creative Control: The Ambivalence of Work in the Culture Industries (Columbia UP, 2021), Michael Siciliano, an assistant professor of sociology at Queen's University, Canada, explores this question through a comparison of a recording studio and a digital content creation company. The book considers the mea…
 
“There’s a big problem, in my opinion, in the entrepreneurial world called ambition appropriation. The toxic culture of looking up what others do and thinking that this is what you should be doing as well. We never ask ourselves, “Is this what I really want for myself?’ “ Recently, I had the chance to read Done By Noon by Dave Ruel, and it was like…
 
Often referred to as “the Russian Leonardo”, religious philosopher and Orthodox parish priest Pavel Florensky was a pivotal figure in the Russian religious renaissance at the turn of the 20th century. In Visual Thought in Russian Religious Philosophy: Pavel Florensky's Theory of the Icon (Routledge 2019), art historian Clemena Antonova (Research Di…
 
Now, if you’ve listened to the show, you know I’ve talked about passion a lot. “Passion is not found, passion is created.” I didn’t have a passion for photography before I became a photographer. How could I? I had never held a camera before. I had no passion for writing until I was already a writer. I could say the same thing about podcasting, abou…
 
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