Adventures In Design (art design )

17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 08 "Positive About Being Negative" even if you hate Christmas we have an episode going out today just for you! A very Coop Christmas delivers a lump of coal to you to the non-believers of holiday magic. An episode about art and the Church of Satan for you to enjoy with artist Chris Cooper.

 

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17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 09 "Staying True Is Worth More Than Gold" Benny Gold's second interview showed us all the hustle, humility and hard work that made him so successful even though he doesn't feel like he's there just yet. 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 09 "Staying True Is Worth More Than Gold"

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17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 10 "Talk To People Who Are Different" way back in January of this year Mark Brickey went out to find some political insight and wisdom from Mike Bonifer & Mike Murphy. Who both helped give comfort that America was still alright even though she felt a little broken at the moment. 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 10 "Talk To People Who Are Different"

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17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 11 "Allow Yourself To Remain A Fan" ABC Network's Robert Mills reminded us all it's probably best to never forget the passion that created your professional pursuit. Hear Robert and Mark Brickey bond over their mutual love of Disneyland.

Share how you remained a fan in 2017 by using #jakprints17 and win one of 11 more $100 gift cards we have left to give out to those taking the 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 Challenge.

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Lesson 12 of 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 isn't just for entrepreneurs, in fact, today's guest Bob Smith of OreCal_Sport learned the lesson of "Own Your Work" while on the clock for Nike. Bob Smith wouldn't take no for an answer on convincing Nike to get into what would become vintage streetwear.

Did you learn to "Own Your Work" in 2017? Share by using #jakprints17 and win one of 12 more $100 gift cards we have left to give out to those taking the 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 Challenge.

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Lorna Brown goes head to head with whatever scares her, she's bold and brave, but that's because she's fearful and wants to face that fear. She reminded us all this year that fear doesn't make us live longer, in fact, it just holds us back from the life we want to live.

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17 Lessons Learned In 2017 - Lesson 14 "Better To Ask Than To Answer" @gaudiopaul showed us how @adidas has learned to learn from their customers by not trying to create the culture, but instead following their followers. A powerful conversation with fantastic brand insights an excellent episode for anyone wanting to work on strengthening their brand in 2018.

Share how you learned to listen to your customers/clients in 2017 by using #jakprints17 and win one of 14 more $100 gift cards we have left to give out to those taking the Adventures In Design 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 Challenge.

 

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A look back at how in 2017 AID host Mark Brickey was able to make new meaningful friendships through recording Hammer Time with new cohosts Mike Hammer & Gustavo Jaimes and in the process created a safe space for guys to just be guys in 2017.

Make sure to listen to 17 Lessons Learned In 2017 over the next two weeks. Each day our pals at Jakprints.com are giving away a $100 gift card to one lucky winner that posts about today's episode, lesson or theme by using the hashtag #jakprints17. Feel free to repost our artwork or create your own based off of today's topic of allowing yourself to be open to making new friends later in life or challenge yourself to create content based on new friendships you established in 2017. Just make sure to use the #jakprints17 on Instagram to enter into one of our daily $100 jakprints.com gift card drawings. 

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In volume IV of Start Today, we look at the hardcore history and influence of the Misfits from 1977-83. Where did their sound come from, what bands inspired them and how did their look, theme, and music evolve to make them one of the biggest icons in punk. We also take a unique look at 1976-77 and how that year birthed four significant debut records from bands that would birth the influence not only for the Misfits but many groups to come from all sub-genres of punk music. In part two of Start Today Mark Brickey and Biggie explore the business model of the Misfits and ask is the time right for another theatrical punk band to form, to break through all the noise of 2017.

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Category:Art Design -- posted at: 12:33am PST

Featuring an all new introduction with Mark and David breaking down how this episode rose through the ranks to be one of the Best from 2017 (so far).

Start Today - Music Business Inspiration Podcast

On the first episode of Start Today co-hosts Mark Brickey and Biggie breakdown the 1989 Gorilla Biscuits track “Start Today” and go line by line trying to fully understand the songs greater meaning and influences that it had on their lives. However, before we get to breaking down the walls of this inspiration, first Mark provides a rich audio documentary explaining the influences, origin and history of the short lived New York Hard Core super group the Gorilla Biscuits. 

Talking Points

  • Controlling your temper, not blowing up like you used to and realizing work isn’t worth getting mad over. 
  • Understanding that you’re never too old to hangout and the importance of finding your tribe. 
  • Location, location, location, where you are plays a huge part in how you play. 
  • Staying one step ahead of your current career and always planning for the next big thing. 
  • Not just working hard, but working hard toward a focused life plan. 
  • Procrastinating solves nothing, only creates more work. 
  • There is no seniority in the arts, which leaves zero room for laziness. 
  • The importance of movement, keeping moving to keep surviving. 
  • Trusting your gut, you always know what’s right. 
  • Put in the hours, it will always show in the work.
  • The importance of saying sorry face to face. 
  • Time is your enemy, friend and greatest love. 

Circle of Trust

Mark talks about his lessons learned from both the song Start Today and the creating the first podcast episode. As well as plays audio that didn’t make the final public cut. 

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