3. Jonathan Randall Grant - Creative Play as Career


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Attack of the Killer Creators


Jonathan Randall Grant talks with us about the way our creative journeys have coincided over the last decade and how he turned his art from play to profession.   Jonathan Randall Grant is a muralist, liturgical artist, fashion consultant, and advocate living in Chicago. He is the manager of communications for Episcopal Charities in Chicago, artist in residence at the American Church in Paris, and serves on a consulting team that seeks to make room for creatives and LGBTQ+ individuals in the Church.   This episode is brought to you by the Killer Creators Program, where we help transform unfulfilled folks into killer creators by finding and unlocking their truest potential and learning all the practical tips around time and money management that make living as a full time creative easy to do. You can join our email list to get weekly motivation, the latest blog posts and podcast episodes, and to be the first to know when the doors to our course open again.    Subscribe + Review in iTunes   Are you subscribed yet? You should be, or else you’ll miss out on new episodes and bonus material. And if you like what you’re hearing, leave us a review here to help other people find us. Let us know what part you like best.    Links mentioned in this episode:  Grant At Church Grant at Church on YouTube @CultrKpr on Instagram Jonathan's Patreon     We have a few affiliate partners to help us keep this show going, and if you join them using our links here, we’ll get a kick back from your referral. So check them out, and thanks in advance!   Acorns is an app that saves and invests your change for you, so you can easily and automatically put that extra money to good use. We have been using for the last two years and have saved hundreds this way. Join now with our referral link here and get $5 in your account today.    Kajabi is the course creation we platform that we use and love and think you will too. If you’re ready to turn your knowledge and expertise into a course you can sell, then check out Kajabi’s 28 Day Challenge and free trial to get started.    Disclosure: I am not an employee or representative of Kajabi, LLC. I am an independent Kajabi Partner and I receive referral payments from Kajabi in this role. All opinions expressed herein are my own and are not official statements of Kajabi or any party affiliated with Kajabi.