#15 Dale Hart, Executive Creative Director and Royal Stuart, Account Director at Digital Kitchen

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Dave welcomes not one, but two very special guests; Dale Hart and Royal Stuart (who sound nothing alike), both from Digital Kitchen. We cover a lot of ground; growing up on farms, the importance of mentors, remaining creatively fulfilled, the power of everyday conversation, collecting letterpress equipment, going West, and much, much more.

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#14 Marcy Sutton, Accessibility Engineer at Adobe

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Dave talks with the multi-talented Marcy Sutton; accessibility expert, public speaker, developer, and bear costume wearer about everything from her childhood publication dynasty to the importance of praising others to considering the legacy we leave behind.

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Marcy introducing a horse at CascadiaFest.

Marcy introducing a horse at CascadiaFest. Photo by Matthew Bergman

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#13 Tom Carmony, Design Director at Black Pixel

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Dave and Tom Carmony meet IRL for the first time and discuss connections between; clinical psychology and a career in design, Microsoft Front Page, Eddie Murphy’s Coming to America, podcasting for Mike Montiero, a 20-sided die wrestling game, naming a business after an island, and so much more.

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Say Something Worth Stealing, The T-Shirt

Look what we found while investing that haunted mansion where a headless specter roams the grounds!

Our very first t-shirt! (Unwanted by headless specters.)

Our very first t-shirt! (Unwanted by headless specters.)

A cardboard box full of Say Something Worth Stealing t-shirts were hidden in a secret room behind a false bookcase, and honestly, it felt like destiny, so we snagged them and opened up an online store.

You can purchase your very own 100% non-haunted t-shirt at shop.saysomethingworthstealing.com.

#12 Jon Bell, Senior Product Designer at Twitter, Co-Founder of UX Launchpad

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Dave talks to Jon Bell from Twitter and UX Launchpad about everything from beards to vampire musicals, and fortunately for our listeners, we somehow manage to connect our varied tangents back to creativity, collaboration, and career growth.

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#11 John J. Lee, Senior Visual Designer at Perion

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Our second season’s premier episode is vigorous with velocity. SSWS’s first millennial guest shatters the stereotypes and doesn’t mind the label. John and Dave talk about career focus, powerpoint (you read that right), a small team’s secret sauce, and so much more. If you’re enjoying the show, please tell your friends and rate and review us on iTunes. We really appreciate your support.

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#10 What Did You Want To Be When You Grew Up?

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Recorded at the EMP during Creative Mornings Seattle, this very special (and super short) episode asks creatives what they wanted to be when they grew up and what they might be doing in ten years. Thanks a million to Grace @gkellypr, Fredrika, Jeremy @jeremygwheat, Jeff @JeffvOsborn, John @johnjunglee, Anne @annemilanalo, Ash @ashbhoopathy, and Andrew for graciously answering my questions and letting me shove a microphone in your face.

#9 Nicholas Thiel, Associate Creative Director at Starbucks

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Get out there. Get your nose out of that screen. Live life. Don’t be afraid of being afraid. Dave talks with Nick Thiel (@nickthiel) about those tenets and the importance of having fun at work, knowing how the sausage is made, how interactions with “creative folk” can be the highlight of someone’s day, and so much more. Enjoy listening, tell your friends, and take a moment to rate the show, we’d appreciate your support.

#8 Scott Pierce, Senior Content Strategist at POP

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Is what you do who you are? Or is who you are what you do? Scott Pierce (@scottpierce on Twitter) and I explore this eternal mystery by discussing everything from Don Martin making us hear with our eyes, to a near-death experience in a rat costume, to the real costs of dumb data, to… Well, you’ll just have to listen the episode to find out.

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#7 Clara Mulligan, Creative Director at Creature

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Clara Mulligan is hands down, one of the most creative people I’ve ever had the good luck to know, and sitting down with her for an hour and a half was honestly SO MUCH FUN. Clara and I talked about a ton of things; what she does at Creature, saying YES to opportunity, her first puffy paint business, discomfort creating growth, pantsuits, experiencing life, one amazing hot wing recipe, and so much more. I hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as I did recording it.

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