Active In Your Dreams
By Trevor Jackson
The Active In Your Dreams podcast was created for individuals who wake up daily with a determination to make strides in pursuing the very spirit of their dreams, their life’s desires.
The Industrialization of Ideas feat. Julian Mitchell, Content Creator
In this episode of Active In Your Dreams, Fueled by Culture’s Trevor Jackson sat down with Julian Mitchell to pick his brain on the industrialization of ideas and how he defines success as a creative in a content-driven sector. Mitchell also touched upon how he positions the dreams in his life to evolve into realities from conception. Julian Mitchell is an award-winning content creator with a passion for adding his perspective to topics in music, media and entertainment. He has spearheaded campaigns and content for brands like American Honda Motors, Wells Fargo, Google, and Magic Johnson Enterprises. He has also worked closely alongside Sean “Diddy” Combs to launch REVOLT Media & TV. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
July 30, 2020
Behind the Lens of Creativity feat. Greg Davis Jr. (Klarity) Actor, Entrepreneur, and Storyteller
In this episode of Active In Your Dreams, Fueled by Culture’s Trevor Jackson sat down with Greg Davis Jr. (Klarity) to talk about his journey of becoming a star on Vine, overcoming childhood trauma growing up as an African-American child, and how others can be unstoppable in chasing their dreams. Greg Davis Jr. (@Klarity) is an actor, entrepreneur and storyteller. He catapulted to stardom by being one of the most popular creators on Vine with more than 4.3 million followers. Fast-forward to today, he’s the partner of NOVA Fitness Innovation and the co-founder of ENZO Industries. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
July 23, 2020
Staying relevant within the culture with Eliot Robinson, founder & CEO of Dunk Media
Eliot Robinson is the founder & CEO of Dunk, a sports media company heavily focused on social by establishing and growing a media network of accounts that are hyper-focused on basketball. Currently, the network cumulatively has grown to more than 10M followers on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. The company’s flagship account is @dunk on Instagram. In this episode, Fueled by Culture’s Trevor Jackson sits down with Robinson to talk about the journey of building Dunk Media from the ground up as well as his perspective on social media platforms and what lies in store for 2020 and beyond. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
July 15, 2020
Connecting with Imani Ellis, founder of The Creative Collective NYC
Imani Ellis is the Founder of The Creative Collective NYC, a community and creative agency dedicated to facilitating brave spaces for multicultural creatives. The agency, birthed in Ellis’ one-bedroom apartment, serves as a means to foster meaningful connections. Since its conception in 2016, TheCCnyc has evolved into the fastest-growing community devoted to creatives of color in NYC who are looking to cultivate relationships that go beyond the business card. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
December 27, 2019
Diving into the mind of Alex Wolf, Technologist & Entrepreneur (Live)
Crowned by TEDx as a “Tech-Philosopher”, Alex Wolf has been using the internet since she was two and started building businesses and e-commerce sites while still in high school. At 21 years of age, Wolf dropped out of college to build what would become the fastest-growing digital network of female millennials entrepreneurs online with a following totaling up in the millions. By 25 she sold the digital empire and was swiftly named as a “Top 100 Most Creative People In Business” by Fast Company Magazine, “Adweek’s Top 20 Influencers Who Radiate Creativity & Get Everyone Talking” and Inc. Magazine’s “Top Creative Entrepreneurs in Marketing & Media.” In 2018 she authored her best-selling book “Resonate: For Anyone Who Wants To Build An Audience” as a guide for artists and creative entrepreneurs who are struggling with social media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
December 19, 2019