Do What You Want Radio

DWYWR #47: MINISODE- Kanye West Sunday Service, Voodoo Fest, and Instagram vs. Reality by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I give a recap on what's been keeping me from uploading podcasts recently and what I’ve been up to including shooting Kanye West Sunday Service, Voodoo Fest, LSU Football, and the concept of Instagram vs. reality.

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DWYWR #46: Meghan Daniel- Witty Embroidery, Why Instagram Is Stressful, and Funky Home Decor by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I chat with Meghan Daniel of Crybaby Stitch about embroidering witty sayings, what Fly Girl Fall is, the struggle of selling merch, why Instagram is stressful, and where to get the funkiest home decor.

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DWYWR #45: Toni Terry- Starting a Business After Tragedy, Having Your Skills Stand Out, and Curating Your Client Experience by Jordan Hefler

In this episode I talk to salon owner Toni Terry about having your business stand out, curating a client experience, and how starting her business in the aftermath of a detrimental flood made it stronger in the long run.

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DWYWR #43: Said Abusaud- Fighting Creative Boredom, Short Filmmaking, and Thinking Conceptually by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I interview Said Abusaud over Skype about fighting creative boredom and getting skilled in multiple different creative disciplines, inspirations for short films, and thinking about your work conceptually.

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DWYWR #40: Jacob Jolibois- Building an App, Taking Risks with a New Business, and Challenging Yourself Every Day by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I interview Jacob Jolibois, co-founder of the on-demand lawncare app Block, about building digital products, taking risks when starting a new business, and striving to challenge yourself every day.

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DWYWR #39: Taylor Bennett of MESH: Cultivating a Positive Company Culture, Scaling a Company, and Why Brands Should Invest in Themselves by Jordan Hefler

In this episode I interview Taylor Bennett, CEO of the creative agency MESH, about why company culture and empowering your employees is important, how to scale a business organically, and the things brands shouldn’t skip over when it comes to branding.

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DWYWR #38: Josh of Comfystone Films- Personality Marketing, Investing in the Future of your Brand, and the Creative Industry in Baton Rouge vs. New Orleans by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I talk with Josh Owen of Comfystone Films about personality marketing, why brands should invest in their future by hiring creatives, and what the differences are in the creative industries of Baton Rouge vs. New Orleans.

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DWYWR #37: Connor Lock of S E V E N- Growing Pains of Running a Business, Being More Helpful than Selfish, and Is the Content Creation Bubble Going to Burst? by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I interview Connor Lock of S E V E N about the hardships of starting and running a business, how you’ll be more successful if you can ask how you can help, and when is the content creation bubble going to burst?

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DWYWR #34: Ellemnop.Art- Supporting Artists, Putting Relationships Before Business, Conspiracy Theories, and Crocs by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I interview Elle and Sensei, the creatives behind Ellemnop.Art, about building a virtual art gallery and support system for artists, putting relationships first, and how I feel about conspiracy theories and Crocs.

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DWYWR #32: Allison Braun, Satisfaction Mentor- Not Sacrificing, Cultivating Self Confidence, and MONEY! by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I interview business and life satisfaction mentor/self proclaimed “Joyologist” Allison Braun about now sacrificing what you want, how to cultivate self confidence, and crushing the scarcity mindset when it comes to money!

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DWYWR #29: Theresa Matherne- Why Pinterest is Underrated, Optimizing Content, and Pricing Yourself by Jordan Hefler

In this episode, I interview Theresa Matherne of Theresa Elizabeth Photography about Pinterest and why every photographer needs to utilize it, how to optimize the content you’ve already made, and pricing yourself/knowing your worth.

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