Creativity is Defined by People Like YOU

Over the course of the last 13 episodes you’ve met 13 seemingly ordinary people + 1 narrator who are out there closing the creativity gap.

In 2012, Adobe conducted a study that found that only 25% of people consider themselves creative – while up to 80% of those same people believe that creativity is essential to economic and societal growth.

We at Frankly Good Coffee could not agree more with that 80%. Creativity IS essential to economic and societal growth. It’s essential to us being happy and fulfilled in our personal and professional lives. 

Creativity is defined daily, by people like YOU.

Join the Frankly Good Coffee Collective!

The Collective is a group of podcast listeners and coffee lovers who are dedicated to putting their ideas into action. As a group, we will find, share, and amplify creative ideas that seemingly ordinary people are working on to create change in their personal and professional lives, and also in their industries and communities.

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Fuel Your Creative Ideas is Presented by Frankly Good Coffee  

The Frankly Good Coffee Story, Part 1: 

Frankly Good Coffee  started with Stef complaining about how she could not find any coffee beans that she liked anywhere. This was 10 years ago, when specialty coffee was not as prolific as it is now. Her husband, Glenn, tried to remedy the situation by getting them a home roaster, which was great in theory until Stef’s first batch of beans caught on fire! Fortunately, the house did not burn down and Stef and Glenn became prolific at the art of home roasting. Turns out they were just getting started. 

Coffee drinkers and friends of coffee drinkers should check out Frankly Good Coffee for freshly roasted coffee selections, online ordering and subscriptions, including their Creative Fuel blends – created by Glenn to celebrate this podcast. Can’t wait to fill your online coffee orders.

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