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Shannon DeJong is a CEO. She’s also an artist. These two things are not mutually exclusive - however, they are extremely difficult to pull off. At the helm of her quickly growing San Francisco naming and branding agency, but equally passionate about performance art and acting, Shannon has been feeling like a woman divided. Host Kerri Lowe, (an aspiring ArtistCEO herself) documents Shannon's journey as she attempts to integrate her two selves (her "artist" self and her "professional" self) in order to become one self - an ArtistCEO. Listen in to enter the mind of a newly-minted CEO doing business sans MBA...but with a background in performance art and Zen Buddhist philosophy. Part narrative documentary, part performance art, part live-your-values kick-in-the-pants - ArtistCEO is the real story behind what it takes to make business and art play nice.
||Clean1.1 The Path to Becoming an ArtistCEO||Meet Shannon DeJong - a woman who has been living a life divided. A newly-minted Founder & CEO of a Bay Area brand agency , she's also a performance artist and actress. In this episode you'll find out how a person becomes an ArtistCEO in the first plac||11/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSeason 1 Trailer - ArtistCEO||Welcome to ArtistCEO, a podcast for creative entrepreneurs and anyone trying to make business and art live in harmony.||11/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
super cool to see Shannon's journey, great work
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Loving hearing the play-by-play process of Shannon and Kerri unwrapping the question of how to balance the CEO and artist identities. It’s fascinating and I relate to it soooooo deeply. Can’t wait to hear what happens next!
This is the first podcast that I haven’t been able to ‘put down,’ though I’ve subscribed to many. Kerri and Shannon find gems of inspiration, advice, sadness, and humor as they untangle a story of the Artist CEO that feels both brand new and relatable. Thanks for being my gateway podcast, y’all.