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Adaire Byerly: Brain and Behavioral Science Communicator on Unleashing Creativity

Adaire Byerly: Brain and Behavioral Science Communicator on Unleashing Creativity
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This episode, we’re joined by Adaire Byerly, who is a Brain and Behavioral Science Communicator, Performance Improvement Manager, and ex-Vogue model. She is also our second-time guest, and she is the founder and CEO of Entertainment Mindframe, a company enhancing the business of fame through brain and behavioral science.
Adaire Byerly has spent years studying the cognitive science behind creativity and show business, and has learnt plenty of things along the way. 
We talk about the business side of mental health and creativity, and how they influence each other. Although business comes up a lot in our conversation, we mostly talk about the different types of creativity and why each one is so important. 
Creativity is a fascinating topic to discuss, and has left me with a lot to think about how I can work on and best utilise my own creativity. 
“Creativity is something that makes the world go round.” – Adaire Byerly  

Time Stamps:

00:00 – Our upcoming season finale with Aaron Franklin and Tyson Cole.
03:47 – Introduction to our guest Adaire Byerly.
08:17 – The event series Adaire Byerly has started to help creatives balance their mental health and creativity.
10:26 – The definition of a creative person and how to become creative.
12:24 – The issues with our current educational system, and why creatives feel guilty.
16:08 – The rebellious attitude and the need to take risks that a lot of creatives have.
22:10 – The common mental setbacks that can hold back creative people.
25:14 – The biggest benefits of creativity.
30:42 – The incredible levels of creativity there are within prisons.
33:45 – The negative impact of gangster rap music and the culture it created.
37:05 – The importance of individuals taking accountability for what they consume.
43:36 – Why having a strong foundational belief system in yourself is so paramount.
46:09 – The different types of creativity.
51:40 – Adaire’s favorite places to eat in Dallas.
1:00:33 – How to stay connected with Adaire online.

Resources:

Yardbird
Entertainment Mindframe
Number Juan Tequila
Texas Real Food

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