The No Fat Cats Podcast helps creative teams improve by focusing on three key areas.
Knowing what you should do and having a plan is the first step to getting where you want to go.
Whether it’s learning tips and tricks or understanding the creative process better, we will help you get stuff done.
Your creative team will never be better than your ability to lead it. Everything rises and falls on your leadership.
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Have you ever felt stuck at your job? Well Christa Davis’ motto is “Love it or Leave it”.
In this episode on leadership and coaching we provide three questions to ask yourself:
Do I feel unmotivated, when I normally don’t feel like that?
Am I rationalizing my current state and saying, “I’m trying to make it work”?
Do I feel stuck in a box of habitual thinking?
In this episode Wesley sits down with John Paget in Buffalo, NY for a conversation about the work he has done for the city to help transform the narrative that Buffalo tells itself. His film Buffalo: America's Best Designed City has over 1 million organic views on YouTube. We talk about the process for making that film and the impact it had.
Many creatives spend a lot of time producing content for the digital space, but if we aren't careful they world can keep us from really enjoying the real world. This can be in part because they get sucked into the digital one, or because they haven't structured work in such a way that it lets them have that freedom.
In this episode we explore what it's like to work in the digital workspace with clients around the world and how to avoid all of the distractions that multitasking can bring. As more and more people are “factional” or contract work it can be hard to balance demands of multiple clients, but it is possible to continually get better at this art.
In this episode Wesley talks with Alex Bryant, owner of Studio 608, about how to manage a video crew.
In this Episode Wesley sits down for a conversation with Grace Kabuye in Nairobi for a conversation about how Westerners can do a a better job of telling stories that empower people.
In this episode we talk about finding your Zone of Genius. It’s really important to eventually discover what you enjoy and what you are good at.
In this episode we talk about when you should avoid doing branding work. Hint: If you don't really know what your product is or how you solve people's problem, you probably aren’t ready to invest in branding your message yet.
Being a creative and managing your finances can be hard work, but advisor Tom Gearhart lays out some of the ways that you can be better prepared and know what questions you should be asking.
Chris works with leaders to help them know how to lead well. Often he finds that communication is one of the biggest issues that leaders face. When they haven’t been able to clearly articulate their mission to the people they lead, there is a misalignment between what they say and what they do, which in turn leads to an erosion of trus