with Sean Low

Make Your Creative Business Radically Authentic

I’m Sean Low, and I’ve been lending practical business advice to those in the business of being creative since the early 2000s, including accomplished notables such as Preston Bailey, Vicente Wolf, Nate Berkus, Sawyer Berson, Style Me Pretty, Marcy Blum, Michelle Rago, and Sylvia Weinstock–to name a few.

Most recent episodes:

The Business of Being Creative – 115: Tomorrow Is Another Day

The Business of Being Creative – 114: Integrity

The Business of Being Creative – 113: The Client Is Always Wrong

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All previous episodes:

The Business of Being Creative – 115: Tomorrow Is Another Day

The Business of Being Creative – 114: Integrity

The Business of Being Creative – 113: The Client Is Always Wrong

The Business of Being Creative – 112: What Is Design?

The Business of Being Creative – 111: The Voice Of The Next Generation

The Business of Being Creative – 110: Why Hourly Sucks (Mostly)

The Business of Being Creative – 109: Burnout

The Business of Being Creative – 108: What Questions Will You Answer?

The Business of Being Creative – 107: The Power Of Community

The Business of Being Creative – 106: Respect

The Business of Being Creative – 105: The Importance Of Downtime

The Business of Being Creative – 104: What Happens When Things Happen?

The Business of Being Creative – 103: What Is Your One Thing?

The Business of Being Creative – 102: Managing Your Team

The Business of Being Creative – 101: Contracts

The Business of Being Creative – 100: The Story Of Your Price

The Business of Being Creative – 99: Hibernation

The Business of Being Creative – 98: Vulnerability

The Business of Being Creative – 97: Who Is Your Client?

The Business of Being Creative – 96: What Makes For Great Client Management?

The Business of Being Creative – 95: What Does It Mean To Be A Professional?

The Business of Being Creative – 94: Spiritual, Physical, Financial

The Wedding Biz – Episode 407 REVISIT: Cindy Novotny – Mastering Motivation

The Business of Being Creative – 93: Kill Hope

The Wedding Biz – Episode 406 Sharon Sever: Head Designer for Galia Lahav – Worldwide Couture and High Fashion Design

The Business of Being Creative – 92: Overwhelmed Chaos

The Wedding Biz – Episode 405 SHAN-LYN MA: CEO of Zola and How Her Company Has Experienced Explosive Growth

The Business of Being Creative – 91: The Importance Of Your Core

The Business of Being Creative – 90: Know The Rules

The Business of Being Creative – 89: Optimism Is A Choice

The Business of Being Creative – 88: Dignity

The Business of Being Creative – 87: More For Employees

The Business of Being Creative – 86: What Does It Take To Be An Employee?

The Business of Being Creative – 85: Start With What You Are Not

The Business of Being Creative – 84: Who Do You Serve?

The Business of Being Creative – 83: Just Swim

The Business of Being Creative – 82: Back To Fundamentals

The Business of Being Creative – 81: Back At It

The Business of Being Creative – 80: My Christmas Wish List

The Business of Being Creative – 79: Understanding Both Sides

The Business of Being Creative – 78: Meaning

The Business of Being Creative – 77: Living At The Margin

The Business of Being Creative – 76: A New Way To Introduce Employees To Your Business

The Business of Being Creative – 75: One Client At A Time

The Business of Being Creative – 74: Fluency

The Business of Being Creative – 73: Entrepreneurship

The Business of Being Creative – 72: Factory vs. Community

The Business of Being Creative – 71: Conversation with Bernadette Smith — Expert In Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Author of Inclusive 360

The Business of Being Creative – 70: To What End Marketing?

The Business of Being Creative – 69: Beanie Babies And The Pet Rock

The Business of Being Creative – 68: Greed Is For Fools

The Business of Being Creative – 67: What Are You Looking For In A Client?

The Business of Being Creative – 66: When The Game Changes, You Need To Change Too

The Business of Being Creative – 65: There Has To Be A Paragon

The Business of Being Creative – 64: Do One Thing Less

The Business of Being Creative – 63: The 21 Day Challenge

The Business of Being Creative – 62: Frustration

The Business of Being Creative – 61: Choosing What To Measure

The Business of Being Creative – 60: Losing Trust, It Is Personal — Sort Of

The Business of Being Creative – 59: Go Over The Bar Backwards

The Business of Being Creative – 58: Your Narrative Defines You

The Business of Being Creative – 57: Creative Ways To Improve Client Experiences

The Business of Being Creative – 56: Play On The Right Stage

The Business of Being Creative – 55: Intuition

The Business of Being Creative – 54: The Next Mega Brand

The Business of Being Creative – 53: Risk

The Business of Being Creative – 52: Make Change A Choice

The Business of Being Creative – 51: The Value Of Design

The Business of Being Creative – 50: Perfectionism vs. Vision

The Business of Being Creative – 49: Proaction

The Business of Being Creative – 48: Can You Be A Chameleon?

The Business of Being Creative – 47: How Do We Come Together?

The Business of Being Creative – 46: Take A Breath

The Business of Being Creative – 45: Living In Wonderland

The Business of Being Creative – 44: What Does It Mean To Be The Super-Client?

The Business of Being Creative – 43: What Will You Take With You Post-Pandemic?

The Business of Being Creative – 42: Conversation with Futurist Michael Beneville

The Business of Being Creative – 41: Having Perspective

The Business of Being Creative – 40: Stay In Your Lane

The Business of Being Creative – 39: Imagining The Future

The Business of Being Creative – 38: Gender and Race

The Business of Being Creative – 37: The Information Business – Responsibility And Authority

The Business of Being Creative – 36: Talent, Wisdom and Experience

The Business of Being Creative – 35: Storytelling

The Business of Being Creative – 34: Value Delivery

The Business of Being Creative – 33: Race To The Top

The Business of Being Creative – 32: Risk, Vulnerability And Purpose

The Business of Being Creative – 31: Tony Hsieh’s Legacy

The Business of Being Creative – 30: Create Joy

The Business of Being Creative – 29: Understanding Herbie And The Importance Of The Theory Of Constraints To Creative Business

The Business of Being Creative – 28: What Makes A Great Client

The Business of Being Creative – 27: Change Is Overwhelming

The Business of Being Creative – 26: Be Grateful: Shun The Non-Believers

The Business of Being Creative – 25: Treating Great Customers Better

The Business of Being Creative – 24: The Intention Reception Paradox

The Business of Being Creative – 23: Communication And Evolving Clarity Of Expression

The Business of Being Creative – 22: The Psychology Of Choice

The Business of Being Creative – 21: Contracts, Contracts, Contracts

The Business of Being Creative – 20: Client Management, Sunk Costs, and Grit

The Business of Being Creative – 19: Erase The Box

The Business of Being Creative – 18: When Is It Time To Quit?

The Business of Being Creative – 17: Gatekeepers, Validators and Choosing Yourself

The Business of Being Creative – 16: Storytelling

The Business of Being Creative – 15: Art And Culture At The Cross Roads

The Business of Being Creative – 14: The Four Transitions That Define Creative Business

The Business of Being Creative – 13: Know Your Clients

The Business of Being Creative – 12: All Things Pricing

The Business of Being Creative – 11: Change, Community, Seatbelts And Storytelling

The Business of Being Creative – 10: Work Smarter, Breathe Deeper, Have The Courage To Fail And The Conviction To Try Again

The Business of Being Creative – 9: Design First, Judgment, Risk, A Placebo And Ralph Lifshitz From The Bronx

The Business of Being Creative – 8: Emotional Resonance, Professionalism, Stillness, A Flashlight And Generosity

The Business of Being Creative – 7: Faith And The Courage Of Conviction

The Business of Being Creative – 6: Metrics Of Success, Community And Zappo’s

The Business of Being Creative – 5: The Value Of The Subjective And Knowing If You Are Drawing Bird Or Clouds

The Business of Being Creative – 4: New Constraints, The Underneath, An Apple Tree and Horses For Courses

The Business of Being Creative – 3: Value Delivery, The Journey Is The Destination And Pricing From The Top Down

The Business of Being Creative – 2: The Power Of Niche, Scarcity and The Long Tail

The Business of Being Creative – 1: Learn To Leap With Dick Fosbury

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