The 21st Century Creative: a podcast worth making time for

For the 3rd Monday in a row I’m taking more than an hour to listen to a podcast. I generally have little patience for podcasts; most have a very low signal-to-noise ratio. The 21st Century Creative, hosted by Mark McGuinness of Lateral Action, is all signal, no noise.

His first two guests were Scott Belsky of Behance and 99U, and Steven Pressfield, who doesn’t do interviews anymore—except when he does.

Eschewing the rush rush syndrome everyone thinks is appropriate these days, Mark takes his time, 60 to 90 minutes. Each guest ends the show with an artistic challenge; participate and you can win nifty useful books (and, not incidentally, grow artistically and personally.)

Make time for the 21st Century Creative podcast. Your art deserves it.

4 thoughts on “The 21st Century Creative: a podcast worth making time for

  1. Eww, great, Joel! Especially anyone with a signal and not too much noise, no doubt.

    I have a difficult time with podcasts, webcasts, webinars, online summits, all of ’em; hmm, maybe that’s why I rarely hear back from my radio show guests after I send them their podcasts — they have zero interest in listening to themselves (or me) blab for a whole hour. I get it!

    Have you been invited on there yet?? ;)

    21st Century Creative is a great title. I’m subscribing as we speak.

    As ever!: THANKS

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