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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 451 ratings
Perfect (no…Excellent)
Excellent bite-sized nuggets of wisdom and reassurance and the occasional smack upside the head. Discovered only recently, but back-tracking to the beginning to be a part of the journey. Thanks, David.
kfglassman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/09/21
Thank you so much
I can’t tell you how helpful this is in my own creative process. Just what I needed. Thank you so much.
zxoqy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/27/21
The feedback Ep wow
You speak to my soul. I can relate to This..
LK-Mattis via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/21
Recent Episodes
For something so rooted in uncertainty, innovation and the discovery of new things, isn't it strange that creative work seems so often to be subject to voices telling us we're doing it wrong? Could it be that hearing, "you're doing it wrong" is a good sign we're on to something? I think there's a...
Published 06/12/21
If the last episode of A Beautiful Anarchy was about the pressure to produce, this one is the (loving) kick in the pants you might need to stop worrying about it and start doing what it takes to widen the margins. I've got 3 ideas about reducing the pressure of time, expectations, and scarcity of...
Published 06/05/21
Paralyzed by the pressure to produce and keep cranking out the work? You're not alone. Creators often feel like they're only as good as their recent work which means you got to keep producing recent work. But people don't respond to your work because you make it frequently. They don't need more...
Published 05/29/21
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