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AWP EP. 72: Animator, Artist and Musician Sean Glaze For EP 72 we have in Animator, Artist and Musician Sean Glaze. Sean (Lord Spew) is a a well known character in the animation industry. He's worked on a ton of your favorite shows. He's also an accomplished painter and guitar player in the bands Whelm and Phalanx. Sean is a hilarious guy and it was awesome to sit down and talk animation with him. He makes me laugh the entire conversation. You can find Sean Online EVERYWHERE but definitely #animator #seanglaze #lordspew -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This episode of Anyway Whatever Podcast is sponsored by Diesel Fuel Prints Diesel Fuel is my go-to sticker printer for 20 years. They offer Highest quality weatherproof stickers. Easy online ordering quotes for any size or shape sticker. Full color printing. 125 Black and white stickers for as low as $25. Free Shipping on U.S. ordersCheck out www.Dieselfuelprints.comListeners of AWP get a 10% Discount at checkout when they use the promo code AWP2021----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Anyway Whatever Podcast has a new shirt store at Warlord Clothing, Buttons, etc can be found at www. Patreon episodes can always be found atwww.anywaywhateverpodcast.comAll of my Podcast episodes are to be taken with a grain of salt. My goal is to feature people from the creative fields who have something interesting to say or something valuable to bring to the discussion. My intention is to give people a little time out from the realities of the world and to enjoy a fun conversation with interesting people. Please remember to take time to enjoy life. I feel like that is important. I hope my show helps with that. © 2021 AWP Media
DOME#47 ft. SEAN GLAZE aka @LordSpew Professional animator & storyboard artist Sean Glaze aka @lordspew dropped in to impress us with his freestyle chops and really dive in deep on the artistic process of making your friends laugh and your mother cry.
Episode 40: Sean Glaze On How Get Paid To Make Ridiculous, Adult-Themed Shorts From Your Living Room This episode of the Animation Industry Podcast features Sean Glaze (otherwise known as Lord Spew on the internet). He shares how he lands gigs at Adult Swim, Cartuna, and more.

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*How he ended up storyboarding on Teen Titan Go!
*The 3 career benefits of developing your own style in your spare time
*5 ways to make your animations catch your audience off guard (in a good and bad way)

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Sean Glaze (or Lord Spew on the internet) is a Los Angeles-based 2-D animation Generalist who makes his own unique brand of raunchy, hyper, ‘guilty pleasure" cartoons using his all-in-one production team skillset. He specializes in writing, directing, voice acting, storyboarding, designing, animating, composing, sound designing, and editing his own shorts, which are released across social media as well as television. Sean currently storyboards on "Teen Titans Go" and has worked on storyboarding, writing, and animating for networks like Warner Bros, Netflix, Disney XD, Amazon, FOX, Comedy Central, Viceland, Cartoon Network, and Adult Swim. Sean has also Art Directed/created the main style of an Adult Swim pilot called "Chuck Deuce" with Shadow Machine. He continues to develop and pitch shows and web content frequently. But the main thing that ties his body of work together is his desire to add humor to every step of the process. As he says, it can always get funnier!

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Sean Glaze Author of The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates Sean Glaze / Great Results Team Building Team Building Facilitator and Teamwork Speaker Sean is an engaging conference speaker on teamwork and team building who shares motivational leadership messages that your people will remember! The author of Rapid Teamwork, The Unexpected Leader, and The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates, Sean delivers interactive conference keynotes that [&#8230;]
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Sean Glaze on Team-building On today's show I interview Sean Glaze, an expert in the area of team-building. Join us as we look at the difference between team bonding and team building, and what needs to happen to create a winning team culture. Sean's company can be found at
Keir Gilchrist & Sean Glaze of Whelm / Phalanx Listen as Keir, Sean, and I discuss how they came together to form the bands Whelm and Phalanx, as well as Horror related content of all kinds, and much more on this week's episode!

Original Podcast Artwork by @LoudmouthThreads
Building a Culture of Great Teammates - TTST Interview with Sean Glaze from Great Results Training Show Notes:Welcome to Episode 78! A solid culture is key to having a great team! Sean has an educational teaching background as well as being a successful basketball coach. His Knowledge Nuggets he brings to the TTST show are impactful. Make sure you pick up on his views of a solid culture Enjoy!Quote: If you want to be a better team, you have got to be a better leader - Sean GlazeKnowledge Nuggets and Take-Aways:Success isn’t based solely on strategyBetter relationships lead to better strategies. Have a culture impactCommitment to a great culture is key!Be coachable and open and set your ego aside. Make sure to ask questions!Here is a link to this episode on our website: Resources: FREE Digital Copy of Seans Book The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates - text teamwork to 33777Sean’s Book: The Unexpected Leader: How to Achieve Tea Success Without a TitleSean’s Book Rapid Teamwork: 5 Essential Steps to Transform Any Group Into a Great TeamPaperback of Sean’s Books The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates: Vital Lessons to Improve Your ValueGreat Results Team Building Facebook PageSean’s Linked INSean’s TwitterSean’s InstagramHost Your Podcast for Free with Buzz Sprout Our Show Sponsor Sutter and Nugent Real Estate - Real Estate Excellence Music Courtesy of: fight by urmymuse (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Stefan Kartenberg, Kara Square
Episode 21: Head Coach Sean Glaze- Head Boys Basketball Coach Cass High School Sean Glaze is an author, engaging speaker, and fun team building facilitator who inspires groups to have fun laughing together so they can have more success working together. His three books, The Unexpected Leader, Rapid Teamwork, and The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates are powerful parables for building and leading great teams!
As a successful basketball coach and educator for over 20 years, Sean gained valuable insights into how to develop winning teams - and founded Great Results Teambuilding to share those lessons…
Sean is a member of both the South East Association of Facilitators and the National Speakers Association, where he earned the distinction of “Member of the Year” for 2015.
Today, he travels around the country delivering interactive team building events and entertaining teamwork keynotes that deliver relevant insights to turn employees into winning teammates! Sean Glaze, a 25-year veteran as a teacher and basketball coach, has been hired as the new Cass High School boys basketball coach.

Glaze, who was most recently the head girls basketball coach at Kell High School, arrives at Cass to take over the vacancy created when David Brock resigned to take the boys’ coaching position at Dalton High School.

Glaze led the Kell girls to a 46-40 mark over the past three seasons and reached the state playoffs each year. He also previously served as the boys head coach at Woodstock High School.
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Episode #17 - Sean Glaze on Building Better Teams - Permission to Speak - Leadership Podcast - Interview with Kelly Vandever Permission to Speak Podcast. Hosted by Leadership Communications Expert Kelly Vandever. Episode #17 - Sean Glaze. Permission to Speak is the video blog and podcast that loiters at the intersections of leaders who want their people to speak up, technology that facilitates connections, and results that serve an organization’s higher purpose. Topics covered in this episode include: - Wearing the same uniform or working for the same company doesn’t make you a great teammate
- Have to be willing to be bad long enough to get better because you do well what you do often
- Often we mean well, but we don’t have the experience or insight to know better
- Knowing the skills isn’t enough, you need interpersonal skills too
- Culture eats strategy for breakfast
- The X’s and O’s of strategy aren’t nearly as important as the Jimmy’s and the Joe’s who have to carry out those strategies.
- Talent’s essential, but it’s never sufficient
- Mirror moment = the person staring back at you is the one that’s responsible for making something better
- If we’re going to have a better team, we’re going to have to build better relationships
- Spending as much time making friends as they spent making free throws
- Not just enjoying the “ha-ha,” which are important, but what are some of those insights and “a-ha”s we can take away and apply so we’re better next week, next month and next year
- The 1st Commandment is “Have Fun and Stay Positive”
- Appreciate people for who they are and let them know that you grateful for their investment in your team’s mission
- What does it feel like to be my teammate?
- Another commandment is “Frequent Share Appreciation”
- Quote from the book, “A real thank you includes a ‘for’”
- “Good job” is unbelievably and painfully vague. Vague praise inspires vague efforts. Be specific with praise, thank you “for…” and the last step is to share the impact the action had on the team.
- “All accountability is the result of empathy.” There’s a shared accountability that is created when I as a leader and we as teammates can see how our actions have ripple effects on other people.
- Commandment, “Be Aware of and Encourage Others”
- Everybody comes to you team with a different set of circumstances
- The more interested you are in your people’s lives outside the workplace, the more investment you’re going to get from them at work if they know that you cared enough to ask
- We’re good people, we get focused on our to-do list, we sometimes forget to focus on the importance of the people we work with.
- People aren’t collaborating because they’re no relationship established
- The more comfortable I am with you, the more comfortable I am with sharing information or requesting help
- Care about them. Encourage them.
- Not criticism about what’s happened in the past, but encouragement about what’s coming ahead and realizing you have control over the next play.
- Intentionally build in different ways that people can work together with different people to get to know each other and build relationships.
- As a leader, be approachable. Be intentional about being approachable.
- Doesn’t matter if you have an open door policy. No one is going to walk through an open door if they know a fire-breathing dragon is on the other side.
- Sometimes you need to spend more time together, use techniques to spend time with your people individually with no intent other than to build a relationship and be there to help and support them
- Commandment “Stay Coachable”
- Portraying managers as servant leaders
- EGO = eliminating growth opportunities
- Be honest about where you are
- See Sean’s Tool box for free resources at
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