Creative Calling with Chase Jarvis—Episode 301 of The Action Catalyst Podcast
Summary: Chase Jarvis is an award-winning artist, entrepreneur, and one of the most influential photographers of the past decade.<br> <br> He has created campaigns for Apple, Nike, Red Bull, and others, and was a contributor to the Pulitzer-winning New York Times story Snowfall. He also earned an Emmy nomination for his documentary, Portrait of a City. He created Best Camera—the first photo app to share images to social networks and is the Founder of CreativeLive, where more than 10 million students learn photography, video, design, music, and business from the world’s top creators and entrepreneurs.<br> <br> He’s a keynote speaker, an advisor to Fortune 100 brands, and has been a guest at the Obama White House, the United Nations, the Library of Congress, 10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, and the DIFC in Dubai.<br> Show Highlights<br> <br> I started out living everybody else's plans for me. That's part of my story is acknowledging those and finding a way to break through a limiting set of beliefs on what's possible for our lives. —Chase Jarvis<br> When you're doing things that you feel good doing, you are willing to put in the work. —Chase Jarvis<br> Life requires us to occasionally disappoint people who love us the most. —Chase Jarvis<br> The future is dynamic and more now than ever before, we're capable of writing our own script. —Chase Jarvis<br> Creativity is so fundamental and we've been sold a lie that it's for the cherished few. It's the most practical thing and as fundamental as nutrition. —Chase Jarvis<br> At the end of the day, regret is a very powerful thing. —Chase Jarvis<br> The number one regret of the dying is that they listened too much to what everyone else wanted for their one precious life. That has been my chief motivator. —Chase Jarvis<br> It's about how you gracefully disappoint the people in your life and bring them along. That flipping of the script will bring you closer. If you're questioning if it's for you, it's not. —Chase Jarvis<br> We have this intuition of what we should and shouldn't be doing and we're taught to ignore it. —Chase Jarvis<br> If you got up 20 minutes earlier, what affect could that have on your life? —Chase Jarvis<br> There is no replacement for taking care of yourself. —Chase Jarvis<br> Learn more about Chase's book at https://creativecalling.com/.<br> <br> Chase's final thoughts: How has it been when you've been doing the things you love with the people you love? It feels great. When we do that, I call it being on the path. The path isn't straight and there are no maps, but there's a compass, which is imperfect. It's a general direction of where you should be going. It's amazing how much personal power you get and how much the rest of your life is unlocked.<br> <br> The Action Catalyst is a weekly podcast hosted by Dan Moore, President of Southwestern Advantage, the oldest direct-sales company in America, and Partner with Southwestern Consulting. With more than 45 years in sales leadership and marketing management, Dan has a wealth of knowledge to share on how to make better use of time to achieve life, sales, and other business goals. Each week, he interviews some of the nation’s top thought leaders and experts, sharing meaningful tips and advice. Subscribe on iTunes and please leave a rating and review!