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  1. 5by5 | Home Work #178: Stalled Projects & Slack

    Home Work

    A weekly advice podcast for people who work from home, whether freelancer or telecommuter. We address listener-submitted questions, comments and concerns about all aspects of working from home. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.

    You can submit your questions here.

    Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.

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  2. 5by5 | Home Work #177: Community & Contact Forms

    Home Work

    A weekly advice podcast for people who work from home, whether freelancer or telecommuter. We address listener-submitted questions, comments and concerns about all aspects of working from home. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.

    You can submit your questions here.

    Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.

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  3. Lifestyle Business - UX Consultant Paul Boag

    How do you become a leader in digital strategy? With 20 years experience as an employee, company director and freelancer who’s figured out how to make his business work for his lifestyle. With great thoughts on work/life balance Paul also shares how he built up his incredible personal brand through content marketing with podcasts, videos, blogs, books… Hear what it’s like creating and living in Boag World.

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  4. How Bestselling Author Austin Kleon Writes, Part One | Rainmaker.FM

    New York Times bestselling author Austin Kleon has been called “one of the most interesting people on the Internet” by The Atlantic Magazine, and he stopped by The Writer Files to chat with me about creativity and the writing life.

    The Writer Files is brought to you by the Rainmaker Platform, the complete website solution for content marketers and online entrepreneurs. Find out more and take a free 14-day test drive at rainmaker.fm/platform.

    Austin is the author of three illustrated books — Steal Like An Artist, Newspaper Blackout, and Show Your Work! — guides I recommend to all writers seeking insights for tapping into your endless reserves of creativity and innovation.

    In addition to being featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, PBS Newshour, and The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Kleon speaks about “creativity in the digital age” for organizations as varied as Pixar, Google, SXSW, TEDx, and The Economist.

    In the first part of this two-part file, Austin Kleon and I discuss:

    Why You Should Read More Than You Write

    How a Paper Dictionary Can Improve Your Writing

    The Difference Between Little Writing and Big Writing

    Why You Should Research Out in the Open

    How Your Daily Ritual Can Save You from Failure

    3 Symptoms of Writer’s Block and How to Cure Them

    Why You Should Print Your Work and Read It Aloud

    How to Harness the Power of Productive Procrastination

    Listen to The Writer Files below …How Bestselling Author Austin Kleon Writes, Part One

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    Here’s How Austin Kleon Writes

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    Clive Thompson, “The Pencil and the Keyboard: How The Way You Write Changes the Way You Think”

    Elizabeth Gilbert: “Your elusive creative genius”

    Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey

    Austin Kleon on Instagram

    Austin Kleon on Twitter

    Kelton Reid on Twitter

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    http://rainmaker.fm/audio/writer/austin-kleon-file-one/

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  5. Digital Life, Digital Identity - A conversation about the internet, fiction, and the future

    http://concordia.ca/talks Can we predict the future of digital technologies? How does the digital shape who we are? Canadian-American author William Gibson, associated with coining the term “cyberspace", and Fenwick McKelvey, Internet Researcher and Concordia Professor (Department of Communication Studies) explore the complex relationship between digital technologies and our identity.

    Fenwick McKelvey, assistant professor - Department of Communications Studies William Gibson, novelist Erin Anderssen, journalist - The Globe and Mail

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