Process is a podcast for creators and makers who struggle to manage the ups and downs of a creative life, despite the impact they make on our world. Hosted by Marcella Chamorro (blogger and entrepreneur) the show reveals strategies and stories for managing the rollercoaster of creativity. Discover how you can maintain a peaceful mindset throughout your creative journey. While Marcella confesses she isn't a licensed coach or therapist, she shares the practical methods she's used to experience peace of mind and creative flow throughout all her projects. More importantly, she interviews successful entrepreneurs and creatives from all walks of life to tell their stories and share what has worked for them in the past, including how to avoid burnout, when to put yourself first, what advice to follow when making a big life or business change, and more. Get ready to deep dive into topics such as meditation, zen practices, stoicism, journaling, morning pages, entrepreneurship, failure, and all sorts of tools that can help makers live a more peaceful and creative life. Tune in for a new episode every Friday!


  • Authenticity in What We Make with Spencer Fry [038]

    13/02/2017 Duración: 38min

    Spencer is a 32-year-old serial entrepreneur from New York. His latest project, Coach, is his fourth project, and it focuses on helping creators make a living off their passion. From email marketing to online courses to landing pages, Coach is dedicated to helping creators grow their audience while making money. (Because you're listening to this podcast, chances are you have a passion that you'd love to make a living off of, so I'm pumped to share Spencer's experiences with you.)

  • What It Means to Be a Creative Rebel with Violeta Nedkova [037]

    04/02/2017 Duración: 35min

    Violeta is an online entrepreneur based in Bulgaria who helps creative rebels build unique and authentic businesses. She's spent the last few years exploring the online space: writing, consulting, becoming a coach, and much more. Starting this year, she's decided to make building community her biggest priority.

  • Does Investing in People Really Work? with Moose Winans [036]

    26/01/2017 Duración: 42min

    Moose is a photographer who runs a website called, which he describes as "the beginners only tree house in a backyard filled with photographers of all skill levels." I personally have used his products to get to know my new camera and take better photos. But photography isn't Moose's greatest passion—that honor belongs to his family.

  • Coffee Break: Behind the scenes of a pivot [035]

    26/01/2017 Duración: 28min

    It's been months and months since my last episode, but I'm coming back full swing in 2017. I've got great episodes scheduled for the next few months, so stay tuned for all of this awesomeness on creativity and making stuff with peace of mind. This first episode of the year (#035) is what I'm calling a Coffee Break, or an episode where I take you behind the scenes of my own creative process and struggles I'm navigating with my projects.

  • Storytelling in captions with Anna Quinlan [034]

    08/07/2016 Duración: 45min

    The best way to describe Anna is the word storyteller. She likes to tell all kinds of stories: about motherhood, fitness, nature, and more. For many years, she worked a corporate job—but, after a serendipitous encounter with a photographer on the beach, she worked hard to make her jump into freelance writing and achieve the freedom to live every day the best way possible.

  • Coffee Break: I'm back! And things have changed (for the better) [033]

    01/07/2016 Duración: 15min

    After a few months "on a break" from the podcast, I'm back with episode #033 of Process. Which kind of begins "season 2" of the podcast, I think? In the last episode, I told you about why I felt it was necessary that I go on a creative "break" of sorts, to really do some heavy thinking about this upcoming book and work hard on finishing it. WELL, I have some news about that... You can listen to the full episode below to get the entire story, during which you'll hear more about:

  • What do you make? (& an announcement) [032]

    22/04/2016 Duración: 25min

    I have a new podcast episode for you—and it's a special one because it's the LAST one for a few months. Not going to lie, I'm a little sad about it because I love recording the show ... BUT there's a very exciting reason behind this decision. Which I explain in depth during this episode, including: - What I define as "making" (and an example from a good friend) - Why I need to stop podcasting to make ONE thing - How to better understand our creative energy - The ONE question that focused my work - More details on my next project

  • How sales transforms our creativity with Jean Powell [031]

    18/03/2016 Duración: 59min

    My guest on this episode is Jean Powell, master of sales! Jean is an old friend of mine, and I've asked her to come on the show to talk to us about how selling can be a creative endeavor—and something we don't have to shy away from! While she's currently VP of Sales at MiiR (which she loves), she's also a writer, and I'm excited to ask her all about her love for sales, her job, and her own creative process.

  • Makers answer: What are you struggling with? [030]

    11/03/2016 Duración: 33min

    Today's episode is very different from any I've recorded in the past. I decided to ask a bunch of my friends to share a short clip with us. Each of them tell me the following: 1. What they're making 2. What they're struggling with 3. How they're managing that struggle

  • Conquering your inner self [029]

    04/03/2016 Duración: 21min

    Last summer, I was invited to Panama to give a talk during the Central American Entrepreneurship Forum. Being there was an honor—and so much fun, too! I loved sharing my talk with the 300 people who attended plus everyone who watched the livestream online (including my family back home)! But I haven't given that talk ever again. Until this episode.

  • Changing how we learn with John Lynn of Startup Institute [028]

    26/02/2016 Duración: 35min

    My guest on this episode is John Lynn of Startup Institute. Our conversation is geared toward a topic dear to my heart: education. Which I know you're interested in—because if you weren't, you wouldn't be listening to podcasts! John and the team at Startup Institute work hard to give people the skills, mindset, and network to find a job they love, doing work that matters. Essentially, it's a full-time eight-week program that takes place in Boston, Chicago and New York City, all focused on helping students find awesome jobs and help startups build awesome teams.

  • Coffee Break: A backstage look at going "pro" [027]

    19/02/2016 Duración: 27min

    This is another solo episode where I discuss the ups and downs of my own creative process. Most episodes of this podcast are interviews with the makers and creative people I admire, but all of you listeners have spoken! You want me to talk about my own projects and what it feels like to create them...

  • Unexpected art with Consuelo Reinitz of Pink Fries Paperie [026]

    12/02/2016 Duración: 41min

    My guest today is Consuelo Reinitz of Pink Fries Paperie. She tells us her story: how she got into watercolors and art (a very unexpected hobby turned Etsy shop) and what it's like juggling her creative work with caring for her 9-month-old son Lucas. I've known Consuelo since I was in diapers, but I never in a million years would've guessed she had an interest in art—and neither did she! I spend the majority of this interview digging into how she unsurfaced this love for watercolors and creativity.

  • The Intersection of Money & Art with A.J. Leon of Misfit [025]

    05/02/2016 Duración: 41min

    My guest today is A.J. Leon, founder of Misfit, which he describes as the "coolest company on this beautiful planet." About eight years ago, A.J. left his prestigious job in finance in New York City to explore his love for travel, Shakespeare, and changing the world. Shortly thereafter, he founded Misfit, which started off as a boutique digital agency but now is also a conference, an incubator, a publishing house, a foundation, and more. I mention A.J. on so many past episodes of this podcast because his influence on the creatives I surround myself with is just palpable. I'm so pumped to share this interview with you because A.J.'s creative defiance is contagious—consider yourself warned!

  • Coffee Break: Doubt vs. self-doubt [024]

    29/01/2016 Duración: 15min

    Another solo episode! During this episode, I cover: - A quick read-through of this week's article on doubt - An update on how I'm decreasing self-doubt in my creative life - The truth about my upcoming book Make - Being enough versus always striving for something more

  • Fitness as a gateway drug to a better life with Steve Kamb [023]

    22/01/2016 Duración: 41min

    My guest today is Steve Kamb, founder of a fitness website called Nerd Fitness. Can you guess what it’s about? And who it’s for? … YUP! It’s a website that helps nerds learn about fitness. Over the past few years, Steve has grown Nerd Fitness to an incredible community of hundreds of thousands of people getting healthy and fit together. Nerd Fitness offers courses, a summer-camp like event and more—all dedicated to helping “nerds” get fit. I invited Steve to be on the show because I’ve personally watched him grow from being a writer to being a boss and now an author. And Steve just published his book called Level Up Your Life!

  • Intrinsic over extrinsic with Galo Naranjo of The Movement Project [022]

    15/01/2016 Duración: 48min

    Galo talks to me about the difference between movement and fitness. He shares with us his journey from finance to movement and how teaching CrossFit has impacted him. Later on in the episode, we discuss how Instagram has played an important role in his collaborations and his upcoming project: a magazine named MOTUS.

  • Finding the common thread in our work with Kate Brodock [021]

    18/12/2015 Duración: 29min

    Kate Brodock is my guest on this episode #021 of Process, and this episode is all about how Kate's passion for women in entrepreneurship and technology has led her to all kinds of opportunities throughout her career. I first met Kate at SxSW when she was working with an organization called GirlsInTech. Since then, Kate's expanded her work to other ventures and I'm excited to hear about how she's incorporating that passion into her projects.

  • Life outside your ideas with Victor Saad [020]

    11/12/2015 Duración: 25min

    Victor Saad, my guest on this episode #020 of Process, is taking higher education by storm. His creative journey started when he chose to design his own 12-month Master’s program instead of applying to an existing school, wrote a book about his experiences and then created an organization that provides a similar learning experience to students every year, called Experience Institute, which is his main project nowadays. He was even named on Forbes 30 under 30 list for his work in education. I’m excited to talk to Victor about what it’s like to disrupt (and improve) higher education and what his big goals are for the future.

  • Coffee Break: Behind the scenes of my own creative process [019]

    04/12/2015 Duración: 17min

    This is a solo episode—and a very special one—where I share a behind the scenes look at the creative process behind my upcoming book Make.

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