Be Creative with Caleb Peavy | Creative Conversations

Life as a creative is different and so are the challenges – professionally and personally. Gain fresh insights from some of the most creative minds on the planet, people such as Seth Godin, John Lee Dumas, Drew Holcomb, Sleeping At Last & More! Hosted by Caleb Peavy. Produced by Unmutable.
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Jul 29, 2020

Welcome to Season 2. After a long hiatus, the Be Creative Podcast is back. In this episode, you'll learn a few of the roadblocks that may be stopping your creativity. Hear about the podcast's future. And hopefully, find a little nugget to help you on your creative journey.

Hosted by Caleb Peavy.

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Jan 8, 2018

Creatives hate talking about money. But you can't avoid talking finances for business. Shanna gives us the lowdown on how to take hold of this area in our lives and talks about developing a blueprint for your creative business. 


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Nov 27, 2017

Ever wonder what it's like to write music for TV and Film? Sleeping at Last (aka Ryan O'Neal) tells us what it's like to produce songs for the Super Bowl and the blockbuster saga, Twilight.

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Nov 27, 2017

Do you lead a creative team or have you been struggling with people who just don’t understand the creative process? Ben Stapley shares his secrets of how to have creative success.

4 Principles for a Creative Success:

  1. Realistic Resources
  2. Realistic Deadlines
  3. Scheduled Training
  4. Opportunities to Fail


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Oct 23, 2017

Making a living as a creative can be difficult. Drew Holcomb shares his journey in the music world and gives practical advice to anyone who wants to be a professional creative.


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Oct 4, 2017

Jordan Raynor is a serial entrepreneur and bestselling author who leads a growing community of Christians following God's call to create. He currently serves as the CEO of the venture-backed tech startup, Threshold 360. In his energizing new book, serial entrepreneur and bestselling author Jordan helps artists, entrepreneurs, writers, and others creatives reimagine their work as service to God and others.



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Sep 26, 2017

Wonder what it was like to capture the solar eclipse? Bryan Minear shares the behind the scenes of his viral eclipse photo and the struggles and challenges that it brought.


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Aug 29, 2017

FOCUS is an issue that almost every creative struggles with. John Lee Dumas teaches us how we can FOCUS on our tasks and get them D-O-N-E. John is the creator of the chart-topping EOFire podcast as well as the Mastery & Freedom journals.

"If I can focus on one task at a time, block out all other distractions … I can get a lot of stuff done intraday that is actually moving my ball forward." – John Lee Dumas on Be Creative Podcast

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Aug 22, 2017

Seth Godin has been a marketing guru for decades. In this episode, he unpacks the subtleties of what it means to be professional creative. Grab a pen and paper because this whole episode is jam packed with content that you'll want to remember for years to come!

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Aug 16, 2017

Let’s be honest. Most creatives have watched countless tutorials on YouTube. In this episode, we all get a glimpse of Matt Johnson, AKA We talk all things creative and filmmaking. But one of the best discussions we had was about creative insecurity. This is a subject that a lot of us deal with. Maybe it’s even why we watch so many tutorials on YouTube. Learn how to deal with your own creative insecurities and you’ll laugh this entire episode – it’s hilarious.


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Aug 7, 2017

Have you ever wanted to write a book? I know I have! But honestly it can be very overwhelming. Today’s guest, Margaret Feinberg, shares her 5 questions that you should ask yourself BEFORE you write your book. And she’s sold over 1 million copies in her career. So she knows her stuff!

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Margaret's 5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Writing a Book

  1. Do people keep telling you to write/share your story?
  2. Is you big idea best packaged as a blog post, a podcast, a long article or a bonafide book?
  3. Are you willing to write your story in such a way that it's all about your audience?
  4. Has your idea or story had enough time to mature?
  5. Are you willing to hustle? 


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Jul 24, 2017

We all have good intentions sometimes that can be just plain wrong. Caleb discusses how easy it can be to miss the mark with your own marketing. And yes, he candidly shares from recent experience.

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