Helping Creatives Share More of Their Art with the World
The A Kick in the Art Podcast is for creatives of all types who want to…
- Break through mental barriers and emotional resistance,
- Develop powerfully productive creative habits, and
- Share more of your art with the world.
Using principles from psychology, neuroscience, and organizational behavior, a Kick in the Art brings you lessons from hyper-productive artists, productivity experts, and of course, those who have walked the talk–successful writers, musicians, filmmakers, painters, and more.
Ready to take your art to the next level and share your gifts with the world?
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Episode 011: Art without Margins with Nigel “Sand” Sandridge
Episode 010: Artists! Kick Ass in 2023
Episode 009: Artists! Why Most New Year’s Resolutions Fail and How Yours Can Succeed
Episode 008: The Intersection of Fiction and Nonfiction with Andy Frye
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ABOUT YOUR HOST: ADAM TOPOREK
So, about me. I’m a third-generation entrepreneur with two business degrees who is well known in the areas of customer experience and customer service.
Yet, I’ve always been an artist. I picked up my first guitar at 14 years old, wrote my first novel at 25 years old (which is still sitting in a closet), and wrote short stories, screenplays, and songs along the way.
But I never did anything with them.
Like many of you, when the pandemic hit, I took stock of my life and dedicated myself to my art. However, this time, I brought the principles from a long business career to my creative process—ideas that helped me be effective and consistent in my artistic endeavors.
The results? I’ve now produced more art in the last two and a half years than I did in the 20 years before. More importantly, I’m getting that art out to the world. (Check the menu above for more.)
I started the A Kick in the Art Podcast because I understand what it means to put my art on the back burner, to wake up one day and realize that too many years have gone by. I want to give you the tools and techniques you can use to avoid my mistake and to share more of your art with the world.