There's a common misconception that artists have a monopoly on creativity...But the very act of making waves - no matter the career - is a creative one. The Chase Jarvis LIVE Show is an exploration of creativity, self-discovery, entrepreneurship, hard-earned lessons, and so much more. Chase sits down with the world's top creators, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders and unpacks actionable, valuable insights to help you live your dreams in career, hobby, and life.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE:
You are going to love this conversation. Jack’s career — be it in music, videos, or business has been forged by embracing that there’s a *different* way to do it all. Today more than ever before, there are a million ways to win at anything your heart desires. The road less traveled isn’t a well-lit path… you are bound to fall on your face a few times, BUT those who do find success will largely have done it THEIR OWN WAY. In Jack’s words, “If you’re questioning whether to keep going or if it’s time to give up, keep going…” and in turn, give this episode a listen to the end- you’ll be glad you did.
- Imposter syndrome exists in even the most successful people in the most glamorous of professions. We are all just trying to figure this life/business/art thing out. We cover some VERY SPECIFIC remedies for this.
- You cannot prevent failure. The best creators, CEO’s, whatever – just like the best humans– recognize that growth and progress come from making the wrong moves, failing, falling down and getting back up with enthusiasm time and time again.
- You don’t have to do things the traditional way. There aren’t blueprints and models and specific checklists that will lead you to success. The best successes are born from going against the grain and forging unique paths.
When it comes to career trajectories, Jack Conte is my brotha from anotha mothA !! Our paths could not be more similar…. He started his career as a musician, was a YouTuber making videos, and turned tech entrepreneur by co-founding Patreon, an incredible tool for artists to get paid directly by their fans (just like Beethoven used to…)