10 Lessons From Season 1 of The A-List
With season two of the A-List Podcast launching soon, we wanted to first take a look back at Season one and compile some of our favorite clips into one episode for your listening pleasure.
With over 15+ hours of insightful interviews to sift through, this was no easy task. Each episode is jam-packed with insights, incredible stories, and lessons that would prove valuable to any young creative looking to break into the industry.
With that said, the episode below contains some key takeaways from season 1. Ten lessons from ten different A-listers. Have at it, and stay tuned for more updates on season 2!
- [0:00 – 2:47] Intro
- [2:48 – 9:00] Terri Meyer & Sandy Greenberg on the importance of a strong client relationship
- [9:01 – 10:39] Omid Farhang shares Alex Bogusky’s philosophy of “Malicious Obedience”
- [10:40 – 14:02] David Baldwin shares why young creatives should be looking for a good boss, not a company
- [14:03 – 17:28] Paul Caiozzo talks about the importance of consistency
- [17:29 – 23:47] Why Kash Sree thinks that sometimes, it’s better to stay stupid
- [23:48 – 30:17] Rob Schwartz talks about the value of having a mentor
- [30:18 – 35:15] Gerry Graf discusses why young creatives should embrace failure rather than be afraid of it
- [35:16 – 37:10] Megan Skelly on the importance of humility
- [37:11 – 41:03] Jill Applebaum on the dangers of being too picky when looking for a job
- [41:04 – 46:10] Greg Hahn on why self-delusion can be a valuable tool
- [46:11 – 48:20] Outro
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“The A-List” is a podcast produced by DiMassimo Goldstein, recorded at the Gramercy Post, and sponsored by the Adhouse Advertising School, New York’s newest, smallest, and hippest ad school. You can subscribe and rate the show on iTunes or listen along on SoundCloud. For updates on upcoming episodes and guests, be sure to like the A-List Podcast on Facebook and follow host Tom Christmann on Twitter.