Latitude: Mindful productivity for freelancers and founders

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Making progress on side-projects can be challenging when there are so many other things going one. Charlie Marie (designer, YouTuber, conference speaker, and podcaster) chats about the value of design education and how to stay productive with multiple projects.

Show Notes

Charli Marie has grown her YouTube channel to over 100,000 subscribers, created 100s of videos and podcast episodes, and created a tshirt business all while working full-time. These side-projects led to her most recent job as Marketing Design Lead at ConvertKit, and that job is now informing her side-projects and conference talks. We chat about the value of design education and how to stay productive with multiple projects.

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What is Latitude: Mindful productivity for freelancers and founders?

Latitude is an interview show about all the non-business parts of running a successful online business. I interview freelancers and founders about how they are building their businesses and (mostly) maintaining their sanity.

Latitude is about finding the space to do real, meaningful, creative work. Work that inspires others and motivates yourself. I interview creators like you to discover what it actually takes to show up and define work on your own terms. Doing creative work is hard. Making a living from that creative work is even harder. Latitude attempts to make it just a little bit easier.

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