About This Show
Do you want to pursue your creativity but are unsure where to start?
Do you want to take your side project to the next level and attract clients?
If so, then the Perspective Podcast is for you.
Scotty Russell of Perspective-Collective wants to encourage you to scratch that creative itch as you don't know who you could impact when you share your work.
Each week he dishes out short, fiery episodes to give you an extra push to make time to pursue something that's important to you. There will be adversity along the way, but these episodes are designed to keep moving your creative career forward.
Keep showing up, keep putting in the work and keep creating...you got this!
Most Recent Episode
PP 034: You’re Human & It’s Okay to Not Feel Okay
2 days ago
The Beauty of Being a Human Being 4 years ago, my girlfriend (which is my wife now :) ) and I got into a mini argument late one night. It was nothing really, but when I was alone getting my mind off it, I started feeling weird. First, my throat felt like it was swelling shut. Next, I had the overwhelming feeling of having a pallet of bricks on my chest. My heart felt like it was about to explode and the room began to go black all around me. Safe to say I was freaking out and Emily had to run me to the emergency room. Turns out I was having a massive panic attack. Looking back on it now it seems a bit silly but I thought I was dying. The stress and pressure I had put myself under for years finally caught up with me. For months I kept this to myself as I thought I was going crazy. I felt I would be considered weak and any reputation I had built for myself would crumble. Sadly, many of us bottle up these demons as we pursue a creative career. At the end of the day, you’re a human being. It’s okay to feel not okay. It’s perfectly normal to feel inadequate at times as everyone deals with demons whether they are visible or not. This episode is a friendly reminder that you’re not alone with your struggles and it’s important to not suppress them. You’re Not a Bad Ass Recently I’ve been reading Mark Manson’s “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.” Honestly, its really clarified this topic of vulnerability that I dealt with in the past and in the present. The early years of life getting bullied led to me thinking I needed to be a badass in order to be cool. When I started getting prescribed medication to treat my anxiety, I felt like I would get torn to pieces if this side of me was exposed. The month