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E76 | Designing for Life's Events | Hannah Payne

Hannah Payne is the founder and designer behind Luba, a high-end ready-to-wear line where every sale goes back to support women through her charity, the LOVE Foundation. In her junior year of college, Hannah secretly "studied abroad" in Florence - little did her parents know, she was taking drawing and sewing classes to further her passion into a tangible business. While doing research for a school project, Hannah was disturbed to find out that there were more animal shelters than women’s shelters in the US. She was even more shocked to learn that shelters turned down 30 women and their children everyday, due to lack of space. Hannah decided that she wanted to create a business where she can not only pursue her love for fashion, but also give back and empower women.

E50 | The Importance of Observation | Michael Tanzillo

Steve Cesari is a consultant, author, speaker, and coach.  He has either started or owned over 15 companies.  He is sought after for his experience and has worked with companies like GoPro, Juiceman, Sonicare, George Forman Grills, OxiClean, Rug Doctor, Chic-Fil-A, Atlanta Falcons & Hawks, AutoTrader, Toronto Bluejays, Seattle Mariners & Seahawks, and many other high profile companies.

Recently Steve wrote a book titled 'Clarity: How to get it, How to keep it, How to use it to balance your life.'  Steve is also a highly respected speaker traveling globally to share his message of Clarity!  

Topics covered in this episode: A mistake is only a mistake if you don't learn from it, Working with family, Building world class brands and businesses, Being a continual learner, The importance of passion, Clarity, Goal-setting, and so much more.

E9 | Redesigning Pop Culture | Mark Morris

In this episode I talk to Mark Morris the creative director of SquaredCo about his adventure in starting SquaredCo.  He discusses creativity, inspiration, finding passion, and collaborating to make dreams come true.  He also discusses how he is creating remarkable art that reflects new takes on pop culture.  Mark is sure to encourage you that with some creative thinking, you too can chase your dreams. 

E2 | Making Hipster Mickey Mouse | Jerrod Maruyama

Jarrod Maruyama is a freelance illustrator specializing in character design.  He has worked with Disney, Dreamworks, Warner Brothers, Facebook, Nickelodeon, Hasbro, Mattel, and other corporations.  He is best known as the creator of Hipster Mickey.  In this episode we learn about how Jerrod became a illustrator, how he connected with Disney, upcoming shows, passion, and so much more.