Funny, deep & thought provoking
David's style of delivery is warm, friendly, conversational and apologetically Canadian. Hidden beneath the engaging veneer are messages that resonate so deeply I need go go back for a 2nd and 3rd listen. Through doing this for example today I learned about James Victore and embracing my childhood freak. I think most of us had said freak but probably did our best to bury it deep. Don't. It's your unique you. I'll stop here otherwise I just transcribe poorly what David does so well. So if you're anything like me, a 10 minutes episode will require 30 minutes of listening over a period of months interspersed with much contemplation or just listen superfically and enjoy Davids comedic skills delivering humorous ancedotes. Either way its a joy to listen to.Read full review » via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/11/20
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Another inspiring resource from my favorite, David duChemin! I thoroughly enjoyed binge-listening to the first three episodes and I can't wait to hear more. The exact "kick in the pants" (to borrow his phrasing!) that my art and soul needs. Looking forward to the next episode!Read full review »
Kate Densmore via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/25/19
As someone who frequently doubts the quality of my own photographic work, while constantly comparing myself to others in the same field, I really appreciate David's reminder to just stick with it, and ignore (as much as is possible) the internal monologues that hold us back from exploring our...Read full review »
Triggerfloop via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/29/19
These podcasts covers exactly the issues I struggle with. Too much time spent on social media or other distractions, resulting in not enough spent on the thing I feel I really want to do. And the need for perfection stopping me from just going for it, oh no that’s me too. Thanks for making it so...Read full review »
KB Denmark via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 10/06/19
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