In this episode, we test Napoleon from Animal Farm by George Orwell, interview James Victore designer and author of Feck Perfuction, and talk about how to find your voice.

James Victore is a designer whose work has been featured in the Museum of Modern Art, MOMA, in New York City. He is also the author of Feck Perfuction, in which he talks about creativity, courage, strength, and resilience. You can find James’ work here:

Earlier this year, James was in a motorcycle accident in which he broke several ribs and punctured his lung, beginning a long period of recovery that left him in constant pain for the larger part of a year. In this interview we talk about how he regained his confidence after that experience and how creatives can learn resilience.

In the last part of our show, we talk about how to find your voice.

As always, there’s a free prize (this one is really good), which you can get below.

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