Our best show yet? The Economics of Passion

The March episode of Four Peaks just flowed when we recorded it.  This is how we framed it:

Creative, intellectual and artistic pursuits lead to a fresh perspective and an entrepreneurial mindset. We’ll talk to renowned photographer Chase Jarvis, whose “Seattle 100” profiled influencers from industries that collectively bring a $13 billion in economic benefit to the city. Molly Moon Nietzle made Jarvis’ list because she had the courage to leave her day job and follow her true passion: ice cream. She’s now building a local retail empire, one neighborhood at a time. Our two guests will give us the “scoop” on best practices for harnessing creativity that lead to such fruitful productivity.

Obviously, profiting from creativity compelled me to do a TV commentary version of why I nuked my Facebook profile, and resurrected under my “own terms of service” (embedded above).

Here’s my interview with Molly Moon.

Then with Chase Jarvis.

And we put it all together for an energetic free-for-all conversation…

Want to attend our final Four Peaks show of the season under the big tent at the UW’s Red Square?  We’re “Hacking Edu” with four special guests, and room for a thousand attendees on April 19th at 6 p.m.  More details at http://www.fourpeaks.org