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JJRR 55 Artistry vs Entrepreneurship - Re:Invented - Creative music at Kent State University - Bobby Selvaggio

JimJim's Reinvention Revolution Podcast

Release Date: 07/31/2019

JJRR 73 Breaking through with breathwork - Nomad to digital nomad - Selina hostel hotels - with Andrea Sofia show art JJRR 73 Breaking through with breathwork - Nomad to digital nomad - Selina hostel hotels - with Andrea Sofia

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Andrea Sofia Alemany is a former international school teacher who enjoyed nomading around the world yet was somehow unfulfilled. Listen to JJRR 73 as Andrea describes how she discovered her passion teaching breathwork as an entrepreneur and now has embraced the digital nomad lifestyle of location independence. Kicking off her new journey, Andrea was selected to join other digital nomads / influencers for a roadtrip experience to promote Selina's new digital nomad friendly hostels / hotels.

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JJRR 72 Food truck first in South Lake Tahoe - Killing it with Kickstarter - with Nick and Eric show art JJRR 72 Food truck first in South Lake Tahoe - Killing it with Kickstarter - with Nick and Eric

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Nick and Eric are lifelong friends who are pioneering the food truck scene in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Listen to JJRR 72 as Nick describes how culture / regulations have until recently outlawed food trucks in SLT but now have changed providing opportunity. Kicking off their concept with a Kickstarter, Nick and Eric are now poised to open the first food truck ever in South Lake Tahoe. Crepes and Craft, their creative collaboration, will serve gourmet crepes, grilled cheeses and health focused mocktails.

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JJRR 71 Top 10 Reinventions for 2020 mid year update - BONUS meditation included - with JimJim show art JJRR 71 Top 10 Reinventions for 2020 mid year update - BONUS meditation included - with JimJim

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JimJim's top 10 Reinventions for 2020 - mid year update and BONUS meditation. Listen to JJRR 71 as JimJim reviews his top 10 ways he's reinventing himself this year. "It's been such a crazy year with the unexpected Covid-19 that I'm checking in on myself. This episode will grade how I'm doing; if I'm succeeding, failing and need to pivot, or just need to get my butt in gear." And listen to the end to discover a BONUS meditation JimJim has included for the first time. Listen and discover.

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JJRR 70 Brothers in business - Escaping corporate America - How to Build Assets Online - with Joe & Mike Brusca show art JJRR 70 Brothers in business - Escaping corporate America - How to Build Assets Online - with Joe & Mike Brusca

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Joe and Mike Brusca are brothers in business with a passion for figuring out the online world and designing a lifestyle of their choice. Listen to JJRR 70 as they describe how Joe got started with retail arbitrage using Amazon FBA which led to their first major success creating ebooks for the Kindle platform. Having built many assets online, Joe and Mike are now focused on building community with coaching and online classes to help others prosper while keeping their lifestyle in focus.

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JJRR 69 Exploring uncommon instruments - TikTok collabs - Building music community - with Hal Walker show art JJRR 69 Exploring uncommon instruments - TikTok collabs - Building music community - with Hal Walker

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Hal Walker is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who discovered the African banakula strolling the streets of Kent, Ohio. Listen to JJRR 69 as Hal describes how his videos featuring the banakula (a type of shaker) and other uncommon instruments like the Thai Khaen mouth organ are creating a buzz on TikTok. Using TikTok's duet and react features, collaborations with other TikTokkers have his vids going viral, building music community and Hal's own YouTube show This Moment in Music.

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JJRR 68 Escape from NYC during Covid19 - Reinventing life as a working musician - with Steve Kortyka show art JJRR 68 Escape from NYC during Covid19 - Reinventing life as a working musician - with Steve Kortyka

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Steve Kortyka is an NYC based musician, composer and educator who thrives on his weekly public performances. As member of the Brian Newman Quintet, he often finds himself performing alongside notables Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett and is in the mix of the city's best jazz musicians. Listen to JJRR 68 as Steve describes how his world shifted as he escaped NYC on the verge of Covid19 shutdown. Back in Ohio for the moment, he's reinventing life as a working musician embracing online tools and collaboration.

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JJRR 67 Quarantined in Mexico as an expat - Remote job coaching - Journaling - with Jordan Carroll show art JJRR 67 Quarantined in Mexico as an expat - Remote job coaching - Journaling - with Jordan Carroll

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Jordan Carroll is a remote job coach and digital nomad who's been working remotely since 2014. Listen to JJRR 67 as Jordan describes what it's like being quarantined in Playa Del Carmen Mexico and how he got into mentoring and coaching early on. Known as The Remote Job Coach, Jordan shares what he thinks is the #1 skill for remote work success and how travel and journaling have rapidly developed his mindset and adaptability in times where reinvention is now paramount.

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JJRR 66 Triathlon coaching - Photography - Endurance mindset to get through Covid-19 - with Marie Fill show art JJRR 66 Triathlon coaching - Photography - Endurance mindset to get through Covid-19 - with Marie Fill

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Marie Fill is a triathlon coach and photographer who has a passion for preparing for peak race day performance. Listen to JJRR 66 as she shares how finding triathlon was a needed alternative to the New York City nightlife scene and how endurance mindset and training can be just what we need to get through Corona Quarantine. Testing her own mindset, Marie shares how she overcame the harrowing start to her first Ironman, getting knocked down and bloodied before the start, yet still finishing.

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JJRR 65 Finding her architectural stride - Tablea Chocolate - Ariana hotel hospitality - with Aya Garcia Shlachter show art JJRR 65 Finding her architectural stride - Tablea Chocolate - Ariana hotel hospitality - with Aya Garcia Shlachter

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Aya Garcia Shlachter is the whirlwind founder and creative force of MG Shlachter, global architectural services firm, Tablea Chocolate, Filipino chocolate cafes, and chief designer for her family's Ariana Hotel. Listen to Ep 65 as she describes how her entrepreneurial journey began in NYC, what took her back to the Philippines, and how chocolate saved her during the 2008 financial crisis. Recently finding her stride back in the US, Aya now manages her global operations remotely from Cleveland, OH.

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JJRR 64 Learning apps, the Loop Approach to management - Happy in Finland - with Ben Hughes show art JJRR 64 Learning apps, the Loop Approach to management - Happy in Finland - with Ben Hughes

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Ben Hughes is a serial entrepreneur and author who, after a couple lackluster ventures, found his home in the startup world as employee #1 of learning app Blinkist.com. Listen to JJRR 64 as Ben shares how after adventures in Australia and Berlin, he ended up back in his hometown of Helsinki, Finland managing remotely Blinkist's content creation team (in Berlin). Recently co-authoring the Loop Approach, Ben shares his thoughts on decentralized organizational management and his practice of meditation.

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Bobby Selvaggio is a recording artist and jazz saxophonist of the highest caliber and is on the verge of releasing his 11th album: Re:Invented - Live at the Bop Stop. Listen to Ep55 as Bobby shares how reinvention, paramount in his life right now, is shaping his original music and impacting the jazz and creative music programs he's directing at Kent State University. Hear his thoughts on the artist as entrepreneur in the digital world, dealing with jazz labels, and how success is individually defined.

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https://www.kent.edu/music/jazz

05:14s  Re:Invented - Bobby’s new live recording, embracing re-invention

07:12s Being in the individualistic crowd and innovation

09:59s Arranging vs covering as an approach to popular music

12:32s Developing a jazz degree program at Kent State University

15:30s Learning to be a college administrator in the moment

17:37s Having a vision and making it happen as an entrepreneur

18:30s The difference between business people, entrepreneurs and artists

23:09s Revamping college music education and infusing entrepreneurship

28:27s Being a brand and social media

29:53s Practicing for improvisation not for repertoire

33:10s Casey Niestat as a creative reference point

34:02s Getting away from “this one gig” mentality and making it about who you are

36:29s Success as and individual thing

40:17s Northeast Ohio intriguing as a homebase

43:17s Re:Invented , the new live recording project concept

48:20s Pros and cons of jazz record labels

01:01:16s Coming to grips with understanding the effects of social media technologies

01:05:33s Keeping your craft together while being an artist / creative entrepreneur

01:11:20s Understanding the many paths of success

“You know being an entrepreneur you have to live in the business world but I actually think entrepreneurs are artists at heart.”

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