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“Triumphs of transitioning to an e-learning focused agency.”

Guest: Adele Wiejaczka, LIVELARGEDESIGN.COM

In this insightful episode of the RebelRebel Podcast, host Michael Dargie engages with Adele Wiejaczka, the creative force behind Live Large Design. Adele shares her unique journey as a nomadic entrepreneur, delving into the evolution of her creative agency over the past 12 years. She talks about her passion for design and collaboration, emphasizing her journey from freelance work to establishing a successful agency.

Adele’s path is anything but conventional. From her early days inspired by her artist father, through her adventures in Alaska running sled dogs, to her current nomadic lifestyle, Adele’s story is one of embracing the unknown with tenacity and vision. She highlights the importance of minimalism and systems in her life, allowing her to focus on creativity, relationships, and nature.

“You have to create systems and then you have to leave room for those systems.”

The conversation touches on various aspects of her business, including the shift to e-learning, her approach to design, and the transition to providing comprehensive services to clients. Adele’s passion for teaching and empowering others shines through as she discusses her “done with you” service model, aiming to help clients build their branding and marketing funnels.

Throughout the episode, Adele’s connection to nature, her love for storytelling, and her approach to facing life’s challenges with a blend of creativity and practicality come to the forefront. Her story is a testament to the power of aligning one’s profession with personal values and lifestyle.


“Collaboration is my jam. I love having a design team.”

“I can never imagine selling [my agency] or even getting out of it just because it’s so close to who I am as a person.”

“You have to create systems and then you have to leave room for those systems.”

“The unknown is more embraceable than we think, and especially for women.”

“I am not a man, so I don’t know what it’s like for a guy. But so many times I tell people about Alaska and they’re like, oh, I couldn’t do that. That’s their immediate response. And I’m like, but you could, like that’s a thing.”


  • Introduction to Adele Wiejaczka and her journey with Live Large Design.
  • Discussion about the evolution of her agency and embracing a nomadic lifestyle.
  • Insights into Adele’s shift towards e-learning and comprehensive client services.
  • Exploration of Adele’s connection to nature and how it influences her creativity.
  • Adele’s experiences in Alaska and how they shaped her approach to life and business.
  • Discussion about the importance of minimalism and systems in a nomadic life.
  • The impact of collaboration and community on Adele’s work and personal growth.
  • Reflections on facing challenges and embracing the unknown.


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About the Author: Michael Dargie

Michael Dean Dargie is a sought-after international speaker and the host of the RebelRebel Podcast. He has been nominated for Outstanding Host, as well as Outstanding Business Series in the Canadian Podcast Awards numerous times. Michael is the CEO and "Creative Zealot" at Make More Creative—a branding agency serving creative rebels and businesses worldwide.