This is a free coaching calculator for business owners to get the most bang for their buck.
In this short video, I explain the two key ingredients (two key arenas, really) that EVERYONE will need in order to elevate.
There's a whole bunch of "conscious" coaches and consultants who aren't saying a word.
Are you enlightened? Or, in the words of one Time magazine writer, just an ***hole?
Allow me to give you some background on how I zeroed my credit card debt and how you may too!
Scaling is an often used buzz word when we talk about entrepreneurship ng and growing a business. However, in order to scale in the most successful way possible, we need to define and understand the true meaning of the word in a business context.
It’s important that we give thanks. You want to live in a state of thanksgiving, meaning that you use the creativity that the Creator gave you.
Good news: You’re not broke. So, stop telling yourself and anyone else that you are. This post is going to be an eye-opener.
In this guest post by Lina Yang, she gives us the best of multiple perspectives on fundraising as it is practiced in arts and cultural organizations, and as it is taught in her current grad program in the East Coast.
Let's take the mystery out of cover letters. I will help you get back to basics and stay on message so that you can get yourself that job interview! What do employers want to hear from you anyway? You may be surprised that it's easier than you think.
This is one way to save yourself a lot of time, and keep your information more central, and more organized. It will help a lot. Trust me.
Demonstrating appreciation isn’t just for social niceties either. It carries with it notable concrete benefits. For your pocket and the people around you!
To be a true problem solver, a.k.a. hustler, is to give equal priority to both short- and long-term strategy.
One of the simplest ways to develop your relationship with money (or any part of your life for that matter) is to start small. Build momentum.
Given the portrayal of moneyed people on television, one might figure all affluent folks to be blinged out, self-involved crackpots. Not so. And this got me thinking deeply about assumptions and appearances.
Fellow theater artist Fanny Garcia and I meander through a range of topics: career, social media, classism in the arts, and making that dough, among lots of other fun goodies. Enjoy.
In the spirit of optimism, let’s take a crack at locating those listable skills. Creating new results requires applying new approaches. This is why I reserve a special hope for artists to overcome their own functional fixedness.
Your participation in passive earnings can, on a small scale, save you in a fix (as it did for me) and, on a big scale, make you rich.
Yes, "print your own money." That’s the advice I heard when I visited a talk on artist survival by a veteran poet.
Maintaining a set schedule, or a set time frame, to do the work that you actually need to be doing to fulfill your soul.