This week on Sunday Letters I’d like to offer you a couple reasons why you should get on The Daily Larb Podcast. Last September I launched the podcast as a weekly show and intended to follow an interview style with an occasional monologue from yours truly. Enthusiasm waned a little as a result of a dodgy audio setup and some friction in me with regard to my process. So it eventually came to a halt.
Thanks for checking out The Larb Podcast Archive page. Here you’ll find all episodes of the podcast complete with downloads and links from each episode. The Larb is a weekly podcast for creatives and artists. Larry shares ideas about creativity, art, work and how to build a creative business doing what you love. Every week you’ll get a new episode discussing the creative process, how to find and build your audience, how to market your work online and how to find creative success while staying true to the art. If you are a small business owner or a creative who’s thinking about it, this show is for you.
Yesterday I celebrated (well I didn’t really) 100 Episodes Of The Daily Larb. The Daily Larb wasn’t a show I did a whole pile of shouting about. I did very little marketing for the show actually. As such listenership numbers are low enough. It was an experiment that I conducted using my iPhone and an iOS app named Anchor.
This week on The Larb, after a 2 week imposed hiatus, I return to reflect on the homeless guy I saw this week begging in traffic on the Liffey Quays. I’m asking myself is it appropriate for me to be opinionated with regard to his position in life?
The Daily Podcast Experiment I’ve been conducting a bit of a podcast experiment recently. It involves visiting an iPhone application called Anchor on a daily basis, where I record material for later publishing as a podcast episode. I like working with audio. I like to write too but writing an articles takes longer to create than […]
This week on the podcast I’m chatting with writer and human nature expert Joanna Jast. In the show we’re discussing her new book titled “Not Another F’king Motivation Book”. In her book she attempts to debunk many of the myths about attaining and maintaining sufficient motivation for our work.
This week on The Larb I’m taking with Ray Heffernan about the purposeful accident, a concept that encourages us to create for the sake of creating. It is an idea that suggests that we go out on purpose to create our work for no other reason than to create, then see what happens.
In today’s show, I’m discussing “how to build an audience for your art. Every creative person needs an audience. To build an audience, a fan base, customers etc. around our work is required not only to make a living but to complete the creative process.