Process: Mindfulness, Creativity & Entrepreneurship
About This Show
Process is a weekly podcast for creators and makers who struggle to manage the ups and downs of a creative life, despite the impact they make on our world.
Hosted by Marcella Chamorro (blogger and entrepreneur) the show reveals strategies and stories for managing the rollercoaster of creativity. Discover how you can maintain a peaceful mindset throughout your creative journey. While Marcella confesses she isn't a licensed coach or therapist, she shares the practical methods she's used to experience peace of mind and creative flow throughout all her projects. More importantly, she interviews successful entrepreneurs and creatives from all walks of life to tell their stories and share what has worked for them in the past, including how to avoid burnout, when to put yourself first, what advice to follow when making a big life or business change, and more. Get ready to deep dive into topics such as meditation, zen practices, stoicism, journaling, morning pages, entrepreneurship, failure, and all sorts of tools that can help makers live a more peaceful and creative life.
Tune in for a new episode every Friday!
Most Recent Episode
Storytelling in captions with Anna Quinlan 
My guest on this episode is Anna Quinlan! A writer and fitness enthusiast, I'm pumped to share this powerful convo. During the episode, we talk about:
- When she fell in love with storytelling
- What role fitness plays in her creative life
- Why writing is a "party trick"
- Her journey from a marketing job to a full-time freelance writer
- How Instagram has impacted her business
- The one "magic trick" to becoming a writer
Check out the show notes and more about Anna over at www.process.show
Rated 5 out of
Love what Marcella's doing here
As a solo entrepreneur writer it's refreshing to be able to hear about the back-end of the creative process for different people. We can't help but compare our work to that of others, but we know others only by their finished products. So it's reassuring to hear about the imperfect and sometimes difficult process behind the curtain.
Date published: 2015-08-20
Rated 5 out of
Love the show so far
Great interviews in the first few episodes. Love the mix of guests on the show, too. All very different. (The guest's audio could be improved, though?)
Date published: 2015-08-17