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Be Createfull

Be Createfull

By Jo Ellis and Madison Hale
Be Createfull is a podcast about finding fullness through creativity. Join Jo and Madison as they explore all the ways creativity enriches daily life.
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04. The Problem with Perfect

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06. Myths of Creativity
There are a lot of myths we believe about creativity. Whether someone is a seasoned "creative" or just beginning to explore creativity, these lies are major barriers to being createfull. Here are some of the myths we (and our Make.Do. class participants) have believed about creativity.  Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio) Find show notes at makedocreate.org/episode-6/
49:00
September 28, 2020
05. Letting Go of Perfect
We're following up to last week's episode about perfectionism with ten practical tips on how to let go of the need to be perfect.  Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio) Find show notes at makedocreate.org/episode-5/
39:03
September 21, 2020
04. The Problem with Perfect
Perfectionism is one of the biggest barriers to being createfull. In this episode, we're taking a deep dive into the "problem with perfect" through the lens of our own experiences, struggles we see among participants at Make.Do., and how the creativity helps us overcome perfectionism. Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio) Find show notes at makedocreate.org/episode-4/
51:02
September 14, 2020
03. How To Be a Good Beginner
We're following up last week's episode with some practical steps that have helped us be good beginners. They won't make you an overnight success, but hopefully you will be encouraged to try something new! Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio) Find show notes at makedocreate.org/episode-3/
23:02
September 7, 2020
02. You Gotta Start Somewhere
Julie Andrews taught us that the beginning is a "very good place to start"... but being a beginner isn't always easy. We have a lot of experience being beginners through our work at Make.Do. As Jo says, "We're in the business of being beginners." In this episode, we share some of our own experiences as beginners, obstacles that keep people from trying something new, and a few "takeaways" for the next time we find ourselves at the beginning. Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio) Find show notes at makedocreate.org/episode-2/
52:03
August 31, 2020
01. A Createfull Introduction | Meet Jo Ellis and Madison Hale
It's finally here... the very first episode of Be Createfull, Make.Do.'s new podcast about finding fullness through creativity. This is the obligatory introduction episode. Find out more about us (Jo and Madison), how we met, Make.Do.'s origin story, and what motivated us to start a podcast. Thank you to Craig Hutson for our createfull theme music! Listen to more of Craig's music on Spotify. Connect with Make.Do. on Instagram (@makedocreate), Facebook (Make.Do.Searcy), and YouTube (Make.Do. Creative Studio) Find show notes at makedocreate.org/episode-1/
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August 19, 2020