Hey lovely listeners, welcome back to Part 2 of our chat with Andy J. Pizza! This is honestly an incredible end to our chat. We go deep into some great issues with Andy, so we hope you enjoy the latter part of this conversation. Let’s get back into it!
If you missed Part 1 of the chat, make sure to watch it here.
Show Notes for This Episode:
[1:00] Creative Pep hits 5 years.
[2:00] Andy shares the events that landed Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Creative Pep.
[3:20] Ian asks Andy for golden nuggets he’s learned from guests.
[4:00] Lisa Congdon drops gold advice on Andy about creative flow state.
[5:00] Andy shares how Lisa Congdon wonderfully explained Flow State.
[6:00] Feeling thankful for starting the creative journey.
[7:00] Your creativity depends on this one thing. Do it!
[8:30] The Curse of Oak Art Island.
[9:00] No booby traps, no treasure.
[10:00] Hearing 10,000 hours needed can be very discouraging.
[11:00] Andy talks about his new Good Taste Project.
[12:00] Don’t start where you have skill. Start where you have incredible taste.
[13:20] Sometimes the lack of skill tunes your creativity.
[14:00] Creative Analysis Paralysis.
[15:00] Your uniqueness elevates you.
[16:20] 10,000 Hours to your worst self? Really?!
[17:00] The Secret of the Universe revealed.
[18:00] Dumpster Diving in the trash of the gods.
[19:00] Tom and Andy talk sidekicks.
[20:00] Do what lights you up!
[21:00] Every successful creative must slay their ego.
[22:40] Tom asks Andy how old he is.
[23:00] Ian was inspired by Andy’s early career, CreativeMornings talk.
[24:00] Dustin loves how Andy can make content relatable and less scary.
[25:20] Tom asks Andy to share one of his marketing secrets.
[26:20] Market yourself like a Chinese mall food court eatery.
[27:00] Audio drives Audio.
[28:00] Andy’s metaphors are solid GOLD.
[29:00] Patterns light Andy up.
[30:40] Where can listeners find Andy online?
[31:00] And that’s a wrap!
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