How to find your creative superpower, with Meg Lewis

On a mission to make the world a happier place, Meg Lewis is a designer, comedian, performer and educator whose attitude to work and life will no doubt put a smile on your face.

With clients including Google, Dropbox and Barbie, Meg has built a one-of-a-kind career where she uses "every niche personality trait, interest, and skill" to create brands, services and products that "no one else in the world can". This positive, personal approach has been the secret to Meg's success, and she is sharing her experiences via an interactive book and comedy video series on career fulfilment called Full Time You.

Alongside teaching us how to tap into our personalities and find our purpose, Meg hosts a "part-comedy, part-useful" mindfulness podcast called Sit There & Do Nothing and is also the host of Dribbble's Overtime podcast.

In 2009, Meg founded Ghostly Ferns, a collective of designers and commercial artists from all around the world. Plus she's a member of the Co-Loop artist roster along with Andy J. Pizza, Lauren Hom, Noah Camp, Yao Cheng, and Lisa Congdon.

In this episode, Meg talks about how to build a personal brand and why we would all benefit from finding and celebrating our superpowers. We also discuss ways to become more confident and beat those demons in our heads. There are also plenty of giggles over "wet cheese" and poops with backpacks.

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