Your Creative Start

Your Creative Start


A podcast helping creatives get started and become known for their something with Jaharn Giles. I'll be sharing weekly podcasts and tackling the topics creatives want to hear about the most, including getting started, dealing with self doubt, becoming your own boss, what to do in a creativity rut, learning from mistakes, and lots more. I'll also be interviewing creatives about how they got started, the lessons they’ve learned along the way, and ask them to share wisdom bombs, actionable advice and practical tips so you feel inspired and motivated in business and life.


#11: Manifesting success  

In this weeks episode I talk about manifesting success and how we have the ability to convert the energy of our thoughts into reality. I also share how you can manifest successfully in your own creative business and life, what you need to do to combat self-doubt and limiting beliefs, share my tips for manifesting successfully over seven easy steps, and share my Manifesting Workbook which you can download and print for FREE!

#10: Self publishing on Kickstarter with Sarah Glover  

I am so excited to interview Tasmanian bred, Bondi living Australian chef Sarah Glover who has recently self-published, on Kickstarter, an insanely beautiful adventure cookbook called WILD. For today’s episode with Sarah, we talk about getting started as a chef, creativity in the kitchen, the outdoors influencing her cooking style, starting small and thinking big, finding the magic, traditional publishing versus self-publishing, how to create a successful Kickstarter campaign and choosing the right team.

#9: How to get out of a creative rut  

I don’t know about you but I used to think creativity was something only a few people had. Or something people told you they had. But it wasn’t until I recently read Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert that I began to understand we are all, in fact, creative. So for this weeks episode I talk about creativity, why we are all creative, how to get out of a creative rut and the tools you need in your creativity arsenal to combat a creative rut.

#8: Being a full time creative and a mum with Julia Ashwood from The Vista  

I am so excited about this weeks podcast episode! This week I’m talking to one of the most genuine, beautiful and fun loving people I know, Julia Ashwood from The Vista. An online destination for the modern traveller, Julia carefully curates places and people, as well as style and beauty to inspire her readers to let their hearts run free and find their inner explorer. We talk about changing careers, mentors and managers, getting money ready, putting yourself into your brand, travelling with kids and lots, lots more.

#7: Launching a beauty brand with Jasmine Garnsworthy from The Buff  

In this week's episode I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with beauty boss babe Jasmine Garnsworthy, whose idea for The Buff started in the shower. We talk about moving from Australia to the US, how to make it in New York as a freelance writer, setting up a beauty brand, how to choose and source packaging, social media strategies, partnering with creatives, investing in your business and more.

#6: How to set goals like a boss  

In today's episode I talk about something I used to be really rubbish at - setting goals. Since becoming my own boss I’ve come to realise that setting goals is essential in becoming known for my something. And the same should apply to you. Whatever you do, whether you're an artist, a photographer, a graphic designer, a freelancer or a blogger, becoming good at setting goals is an essential tool in your success kit.

#5: Why you don't need to live in a city to be successful with Cass Deller  

In today's episode I talk to graphic artist Cass Deller about why you don't need to live in a city to be successful, how to blend being a mum and a working creative, layering your offering with products and services, and why introverts and extroverts should do workshops.

#4: Single Tasking  

We're growing up in the age of multitasking where you can’t call yourself productive or successful if you're not a good multi-tasker. And to be honest, for a while, being a multi-tasker used to make me feel really good. But it doesn’t anymore. In this weeks episode I talk about single tasking, the ability to do one thing at a time and how you can master single tasking in six simple steps.

#3: Why individuality is your best asset with Jasmine Dowling  

On today’s episode I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with illustrator, designer and content creator, Jasmine Dowling. Known for her freehand typography, love of flowers and crisp photography, we get down and talk about how creatives can find and showcase their individuality, dealing with the comparison trap, using Instagram Stories to show who you are and what you do, how to handle nasty comments online, and how to better collaborate with brands who might not totally understand you as a creative or your audience.

#2: Getting Started  

Have you been mulling over an idea for weeks or months, possibly years? Regardless if you're ready and financially prepared, there never is an ideal time to start. The secret to getting ahead is getting started and in this episode I challenge you to get started in 6 easy steps.

#1: Introduction  

In this very first episode of the Your Creative Start Podcast, I share a little bit about myself and what you can expect to hear every week, including lots of wisdom bombs, actionable advice and practical tips from my own personal experiences, as well as the creatives I interview.

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