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David duChemin
A Beautiful Anarchy
Hosted by photographer, author, and former comedian David duChemin, A Beautiful Anarchy is a deeply human, honest, and insightful mostly-weekly kick in the pants for anyone who longs to create anything with soul and too often finds themselves mud-wrestling with the muse to do so. A Beautiful Anarchy is a candid ongoing exploration of what it means to be an everyday creator, whether you're a writer, photographer, sculptor, or a puppeteer who works exclusively with vintage macrame owls. The struggles and rewards of bringing something new into the world are universal, and you’re not alone....
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 340 ratings
Fairly new to David DuChemin’s books and podcasts but really love the simple and down to earth wisdom and challenges presented in either. Just now finished listening to Hard Beginnings in the Beautiful Anarchy podcast and appreciated the gems discussed and the tribute to Johann Von Goethe’s...Read full review »
Emma Stone rocks! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/05/20
Highly recommend!
This podcast is interesting and engaging, and I look forward to it every week. Highly recommended!
BeleninBA via Apple Podcasts · Argentina · 06/28/20
Repeat
This is so good, so inspiring, so thought provoking and so honest that as soon as I’ve listened to them all, I’m planning to listen to them all again.
samu-ri via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 06/25/20
Recent Episodes
We love to label things, and to put them in a category. But we’re so often wrong, or biased, and our labels blind us to possibilities and creative thinking. How much more creative would we be if we were more suspicious of the labels, less eager to apply them, and more willing to pull them off...
Published 07/11/20
Beginnings are hard but our creative lives depend on them. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe knew a thing or two about getting things done. Not only did he live behind a legacy of astonishing prolific creativity but he left us words that suggest his secret: Begin. Begin with courage and boldness,...
Published 07/04/20
Our creative lives are full of mistakes and missteps, but what if we embraced those rather than fearing them, looking to them as possibilities and relying on them as mutations that drive the evolution of our work. What if we saw them with less fear? Would we stop playing it safe and do better...
Published 06/27/20
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