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Spill The Creativity

English, Finance, 2 seasons, 30 episodes, 16 hours, 50 minutes
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Spill the Creativity is a podcast that talks about the good and the bad about choosing a creative career. This is going to be a cup of stimulation for creatives -- a warm cup of tea in this bitter-sweet pursuit. In this podcast, we will be having conversations with other creatives that will inspire us, keep us encouraged to learn new things, and push us to reach our own goals. This is also the place where we will be acknowledging the hard truths because while this path is fulfilling, the truth is that there's no easy way to do things. It all takes work. The creative pursuit is filled with frustrations, but it's probably one of the most satisfying paths you can take in your life. So let's get that hot cup of tea and get on with the conversation!
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30: How to Stand Out As a Virtual Assistant with Mia Juan

There’s no denying that the VA industry is getting more saturated. But this doesn’t mean that your VA dreams are over. In fact, my guest today gives us so much hope on how you can still stand out in this industry despite SOOOO much competition.  Mia Juan is well known in TikTok for sharing very valuable VA tips. From interview questions to tools to use in your actual VA job, she’s got you covered. In this episode, we’re going to take a peek into her life during the pandemic to become one of the go-to resources in the VA industry. Mia shares her journey, insights, and tips on how to make a name for yourself in an increasingly crowded field.  Connect with Mia:  lnk.bio/miajuan26 -- If you enjoyed this podcast, I would really appreciate it if you can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
7/10/202450 minutes, 57 seconds
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Twenty Things I Learned In My Twenties

I'm usually the kind of person who doesn't really give a shit about age. Like I'm not the kind who tries to hide her age or who feels embarrassed about being older. But I think because of all the things that happened to me in the last couple of weeks, closing the chapter that is my twenties made me feel so emotional. It makes me want to grieve that era mostly because I realized that a big chunk of the 20-something year old me are things that I have outgrown, and things that I am now longer going to cary with me as I enter my 30s. I really DON'T want to be dramatic, but I feel like I'm shedding my old skin. And while my 20s were probably the greatest years of my life so far, I know that it's time to say goodbye to an old identity. And so for this episode, as I wrap up this chapter, I want to share with you the top 20 things that I learned in my twenties. Enjoy! -- If you enjoyed this podcast, I would really appreciate it if you can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
5/16/202430 minutes, 28 seconds
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Thriving Through Consistency and Having a Solid Community with Denice

Have you ever wondered what it takes for creatives to keep thriving in the online space? Well, in this episode, Denice of @sestravisuals shares with us her secret on keeping the momentum to show up and thriving as a Filipino Freelancer. In our conversation, we also touched on some really interesting topics like: The importance of having a community and being surrounded by like minded people in this journey The mindset shift from catering purely to foreign clients to now serving local clients How she stays sane through having a slow lifestyle This was a much longer episode by Riverside has done me dirty (again...) but thankfully, I was still able to get the meat from this episode. Hope you still enjoy this episode though, and don't forget to show Denice some love on her socials: Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/sestravisuals/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denicelinatoc Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/650198086476820 Join the SWAN Community: https://nas.io/swan -- If you enjoyed this podcast, I would really appreciate it if you can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
3/21/202423 minutes, 57 seconds
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Finding Peace in the Slow Season with Kimberli

SLOW SEASONS DON'T LAST! In the fast-paced world of entrepreneurship, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and strive to always be on the go. But what happens when things slow down? In this episode, I invited one of my new internet friends, Kimberli to share her experience on how she found peace in the slow season. We'll dive into the concept of embracing slow seasons, setting boundaries, and finding growth within these periods of rest. So if you're feeling anxious because things seem to not be picking up for you, then this episode is the validation and the big hug that you need. Connect with Kimberli on social media: Instagram: @alignedwithkimberli Website: www.lifewithkimberli.com And if you want more episodes like this, I would love it if you can can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram ⁠@spillthecreativitypodcast⁠! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
2/28/202429 minutes, 7 seconds
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Confession: I miss going to the office

I love being working remote, but sometimes I just miss being in an office set-up. You feel me? In this episode, I talk about how I miss the whole office set-up. I miss the cute outfits, the passive-aggressive email wars, the post-office beer night. I mean I looove that I work remote and that I can literally do anything and go anywhere I want. But, let's be real -- it can be lonely. And so for this episode, I share more about that. And I'm curious -- do any of you feel that, too? 00:00 Introduction and Podcast Changes 02:30 Missing the Office Life 03:03 From Outfits to Carpooling 03:45 Office Besties and the Pantry Hangouts 04:23 Food Adventures 09:25 The Loneliness of Remote Work 11:43 The Purposeful Pause: A Community Giveback Activity PS. Special shoutout to Radenta Technologies for not only providing amazing IT solutions for online entrepreneurs, but for also making it possible for us to have the Purposeful Pause amazing event. Check them out on ig: https://www.instagram.com/radentatechnologies/ 📌 Know more about this event — https://hamanacreations.my.canva.site/purposeful-pause 📌 Join us — https://forms.clickup.com/31526314/f/y23da-16722/TIZQPSAWI6IG6AS4EH
2/8/202414 minutes, 44 seconds
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What is a Purposeful a Pause?

Entrepreneurship, in any shape or form can be very lonely. That is why so many people (including us!) find a certain kind of belongingness very important in our journey. In this episode, I sit down with 4 of my friends as we talk about how it was like for us to start out in an industry that we know nothing about. We also talk about how important it was like for us to find a community whom we share a vision and values with and how this led us to organizing a charity event as a way to give back to the community. Listen in! PS. Special shoutout to Redenta Technologies for not only providing amazing IT solutions for online entrepreneurs, but for also making it possible for us to have this amazing event. PPS. If you want to join this beautiful cause, check out the links below and use the code: STC_PURPOSEFULPAUSE 📌 Know more about this event — https://hamanacreations.my.canva.site/purposeful-pause 📌 Join us — https://forms.clickup.com/31526314/f/y23da-16722/TIZQPSAWI6IG6AS4EH 📌 Be part of our mailing list — https://coaching-with-nik.ck.page/87f24ddfb1
1/23/202433 minutes, 45 seconds
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From Hiring Nightmares to Having a Dream Team

In this episode, I finally got to process my thoughts around hiring your first team member and delegating tasks. I find it funny that I'm sharing advice about this when it wasn't too long ago where I was pulling my hair out figuring out why none of this is working for me. But as they say, the best teacher is experience. And over time, I think i'm slowly starting to get the hang of it. So for this episode, I'll be sharing 5 things I wish I knew before onboarding my first hire. Hope you find this helpful! And if you want more episodes like this, I would love it if you can can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
10/26/202329 minutes, 9 seconds
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How Taking a Break Made Way for a Big Breakthrough with Kath

"I needed to take a pause and find myself again so I can rekindle the spark and love that I have for my business." - Kath In this episode, I had the chance to literally sit down with one of my good friends, Kath of KCD Digital where we talk about how she took a step back from her business this year. We dive into: 1. The Importance of Rest and the crucial role that it plays in maintaining productivity, creativity, and overall well-being. She shared how taking intentional breaks and self-care practices allowed her to recharge her energy and show up better for her business. 2. Setting Boundaries and why it is vital for maintaining work-life balance and preventing burnout. She shares about the icky conversation she had with her clients where she communicated this change to them. 3. How Finding Yourself Helps You Show-up Better. We dove into the importance of understanding yourself, your values, and your passions can fuel your entrepreneurial journey, helping you show up authentically and excel in your business endeavors. So if you're also in the middle of confusion, a breakdown, or if you're just not sure where you're headed next, then this episode is for you. If you want to connect with Kath on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kcd.digitalmarketing/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@promdi.diaries YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@YourPromdigirl And if you want more episodes like this, I would love it if you can can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
10/19/202339 minutes, 19 seconds
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A Midyear Review and an Internal Pep Talk

So I did a thing. I recorded a brain fart of some sorts which was originally supposed to be an audio journal entry. But, I thought of sharing it on the podcast, too. -- If you enjoyed this podcast, I would really appreciate it if you can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
7/19/202311 minutes, 27 seconds
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Thriving Through Change and Preparing for Transitions with Hanna

"I have to give myself permission first to outgrow some of the things that I do in business." - Hanna Outgrowing things--especially those that you hold so closely in your heart is never easy. In this episode of Spill the Creativity Podcast, I share with you a conversation that I had with Hanna (again) way back in May 2023 when we were both going through the motions in terms of personal and professional transitions. As highly emotional people, these changes were so hard to come to terms with mainly because: 1. We have kind of attached ourselves into a certain idea of how our businesses should be 2. We have spent so many hours and resources developing this idea/persona 3. Letting go is not always easy... And so if you are going through a transition yourself, join our conversation and probably learn a thing or two from our own experiences. Spoiler Alert: we are both in much better places now which could only mean one thing--these transitions will never be a walk in the park but they are somehow necessary. Enjoy! Connect with Hanna on social media: @hamanacreations And if you want more episodes like this, I would love it if you can can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
7/14/202333 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Joys and Frustrations of Being a Digital Nomad with Sarah

"The frustration that you experience when you work in coffee shops is the price you have to pay for having this lifestyle. It takes a while to get used to it, but when you do, it's actually really fun." - Sarah Having experienced what it felt like to work outside of my messy work desk made me swear that I will NEVER be a digital nomad. But after having this conversation with Sarah, I think I might try again and give this digital nomad thing another try. Welcome to Spill the Creativity Podcast! In this episode, I'll be speaking (again) with Sarah of @scaleonsocialsmedia to tell her about my frustrations about being a digital nomad, while she shares her insights on why she prefers this kind of lifestyle. I had so much fun talking to her, and I love that she shared some valuable tips for those who want to give this a try as well. From struggling with crappy wifi in cute coffee shops to bloopers with immigration officers, I think that we had it all covered! So if you're planning to go on a working trip soon, be sure to tune in until the end (because we pretty much just made chika in the beginning lol), to hear tips from the digital nomad herself. Connect with Sarah on social media: IG: ⁠@finsandbikinis⁠ and ⁠@scaleonsocialswithsarah⁠ ⁠[email protected] And if you want more episodes like this, I would love it if you can can give me a 5-star rating on Spotify, and a 5 star review on Apple podcast. Or you take a screenshot and tag me on instagram @spillthecreativitypodcast! You can also try out the special filters if you want! See you again next week for more juicy conversations and hot truths!
7/5/202342 minutes, 58 seconds