As we recently welcomed 2022 with health, joy, and prosperity prospects, we started to set our new year resolutions. While wishing this year to be more creative and productive than the last year, we are also motivated to learn and try new things to improve our professional development. There is no doubt that podcasts are excellent sources of inspiration for creative people globally. They’re compact, enlightening, and there’s a podcast for nearly every subject under the sun. With more than 30 million episodes available, podcasts are quickly becoming the preferred form of on-the-go entertainment; but among so many podcasts prepared, how do you choose the best motivational and informative content to boost your creativity?As we understand the challenge, we created a list of podcasts that provide exciting information that can expand your brain’s limits, give you a dose of inspiration, and boost your creativity.
Rich Roll I Change Your Brain: Neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman
Creativity starts with understanding your mind's boundaries and getting a clearer perspective of how creativity occurs in your brain. This episode with Dr. Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist and well-known professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Stanford University, will help you better understand how you can use your brain with mindfulness techniques better through intense focus and restorative sleep. Enjoy!
The Minimalists I Creativity with Matt D’Avella
The Minimalist podcast host has an interesting guest who is known as a filmmaker and YouTuber Matt D’Avella. Together they take a glance at new improvements in contemporary art culture and review the progression of society. Discussing topics like creating more and consuming less, and producing meaningful content. Listening to how the hosts investigate issues from each side is sure to start the wheels turning in your own mind.
Russell Brand | Never Compromise Your Creativity with David Lynch
If you are interested in science fiction, literature, or cinema in general, Lynch needs no introduction for you. Dune director, without a doubt, is considered one of the most free-minded directors of our century. In the entertaining podcast hosted by Russel Brand, David Lynch uses the time to explain another side of him than we usually see in other interviews. While they present fantastic specifics in his career, this podcast's bulk reveals more complex ideas about creativity and how creativity can be boosted. We don't want to give more spoilers about this fantastic podcast. To be inspired, just listen to what he says about the creative ideas and his fountainhead of inspiration.
Rich Roll Podcast I Creativity Is Our Birthright: Chase Jarvis
Chase Jarvis is well-known as a visionary photographer, director, and social artist and widely lauded for his commercial work for Nike, Volvo, Reebok, Apple, and Red Bull. His new push into peculiar work and fine art has quickly got curators and art experts' notice, mainstream audiences, and celebrity circles worldwide. Chase's latest literary present (and the focus of today's conversation) is "Creative Calling: Establish a Daily Practice, Infuse Your World with Meaning, and Succeed in Work + Life" - an outstanding book on the potential of elaborating your natural creativity to infuse your life with higher meaning, direction, and accomplishment.
Joe Rogan | Where Technology Will Be in 20 Years /Jamie Metzl
If you are familiar with the world of podcasts, you are already a fan of Joe Rogan. Suppose you are exploring this new exciting content world right now, and you are not familiar with his work. In that case, we can introduce him to you as one of the most popular podcast hosts. In the episode, he welcomes famous science fiction writer Jamie Metzl to talk about future technologies. In the episode, Metzl discusses how technology transforms the world and encourages listeners to come up with unique and new ideas. This podcast episode can present you with complicated future conflicts while pushing you to use your imagination.
Design Cuts I Overcoming Creative Block
In this episode, honest creators talk regarding how to overcome creative block. If you've ever been stuck in a design rut, you understand how frustrating this can be! If you experience creative block from time to time, this episode is right for you. The podcast hosts will present how a designer goes through a period of 'no-inspiration mood' and share some practical tips to get your inspiration back.
Jay Shetty I If You Struggle With A Poor Imagination, Creativity & Idea’s You Need This
What makes individual companies world-changers? Vishen Lakhiani, founder and CEO of Mindvalley, talks about how positive transformation and organizational change from the top down creates all the difference. If you have podcast suggestions that can improve freelancers’ professional lives, share your favorite episodes with the hashtag #Ruul on Twitter.