Now a creative director at Google, Jesse lends his energy, perspective and intelligence to the show for a second time.
A look inside the New York shop's recruiting process and career of its (formerly elite basketball-playing) recruiter.
A lively and enlightening chat with the esteemed Chicago agency's generous, honest and wonderfully articulate creative leader.
The legendary account guy, agency founder and author of The Insanity of Advertising talks about making big decisions, caring about the work and learning from Jay Chiat.
Senior Copywriter, Publicis Seattle. Topics: Job moves. Titles. Writing. Parenting. Social media. Stand-up comedy.
Trying, failing, doing, learning and water dancing, discussed amid rumbles of thunder.
Visiting from Dallas, Andrew shares his thoughts on life balance, taking risks and Moore (as in Matt Moore).
According to podcast statisticians, this episode contains at least four keys to success in advertising. One: Stay macro to stay mellow.
Andy Corbett, misery, Sandy and 'Melo, singing, ballparks, and fear.
John is living proof that careers, although not always linear, often lead to better things.
It takes energy to get places, and Jameson is proof of that. Just one year into his ad career he has some great things to say.
Good ideas become great executions with passion, multiple iterations and, sometimes, intentionally created challenges.
A superstar CD team talks candidly about bosses, personal traits, selling great work and their own partnership.
Ted's second DGMS chat covers the agency's recent move, brands that strive to create a better world, life balance and successful collaboration.
In a small meeting room at AKQA NY, Rei shares his thoughts on failure, getting that first job, and the perspective required to deal with all of it.
Insights and advice from Josh, a copywriter and ACD, and Lauren, who graduated from The Circus as a designer and is now also an art director.
Impatience. Working with CMOs. Fathering future ad greats. And getting the agency's name right. This is the good stuff, in 30 minutes.
It's amazing how much martial arts and advertising have in common. Also, PJ shares the three key things he looks for in portfolios.
With Stan at the helm, The Richards Group remains one of America's most enduring and consistently successful agencies.
A close look inside VSA with a 15-year veteran of the Chicago design and marketing firm.
Proof that silly, irreverant work often comes from some of the most grounded, sane creatives in the business.
In a small meeting room at Y&R, the agency's generous, talented and engaging CCO/CW discusses the value that authenticity, and golf, can provide.
Fear of failure can be a good thing if you also have a stellar work ethic, a great attitude and more talent than you recognize.
A lively chat that covers big-picture thinking, agency culture and the evolution of Progressive's Flo campaign.
Visiting from Minneapolis, John chats with Dan about life balance and the value of being a nice person.