I’ve had the great fortune to connect to a wonderful myriad of amazing people on the interwebz through my postings and ramblings about art, art marketing and the business of being an artist.
Some of those people have said nice things about what I do.
I will keep those nice things here.
Nice things said by nice people:
Before & Expectations:
My old website was way too busy. As I was redesigning it, I reached out to Lezley with the following concerns:
*Too many interests.
*Too many different types of art.
*Too many different services.
*No consistent voice.
Working with Me:
I did not have any resistance to working with Lezley. I read through several of her blog posts and listened to many of her pod casts and I just knew I wanted to work with her. I was looking for someone who would be kind, who understood art, and (most of all) someone who wouldn’t blow sunshine at me. I needed truth and I knew that Lezley would have a way of delivering that in an inspiring way.
I feel more focused and intentional in both my art making and my business development. I take more joy in both. I am finding ways to more truly express how and why I make art and I find that I’m attracting a more ideal audience.
Three months after my call with Lezley, I am nearing completion on a strong series of paintings and I am gaining momentum on blogging and marketing. Other successes: my mailing list has doubled, my Facebook page likes have tripled, and I’ve sold several prints.
I also recently bounced some ideas back and forth with Lezley about ways to further simplify the copy on my About page – Lezley helped me find a fun and engaging (yet simple!) way to do that. Her continued support and advice are immensely valuable to me!
Thank you Lezley for helping me find my voice and for helping me start something wonderful – you’re a treasure!
What would you say to a friend?
I wholeheartedly recommend Lezley to you. She takes her work very seriously and yet she’s a ton of fun. You will leave your session feeling inspired and with a clear path to follow towards success.
What do you need to continue to grow?
Nothing that I can think of! I look forward to booking a 6-month-plan (Your Next 6 Months) call with you early in 2017.
@LezleyDavidson Thanks so much, I needed that! I've been ridiculously lazy (for reasons) lately & needed a bit of a boot to the butt.
— Jen Geffros (@ayochellia) December 19, 2013
Just loving the wonderful guidance from @LezleyDavidson for creatives – keeping it simple works for me!
— Daria S. (@dariasart) August 29, 2013
@LezleyDavidson thank you for these tips am enjoying your tips. As a cartooning teacher myself 20 years ago I've been on both sides too! 🙂
— Astor Gravelle (@Astorix23) September 7, 2013
That last one is from the YouTube.
@LezleyDavidson Just joined your site, Glad to see your positive attitude. Lots of good tips.
— Astor Gravelle (@Astorix23) September 2, 2013
— Brad Blackman (@BradBlackman) August 21, 2013
— Bif Naked (@bifnaked) June 20, 2012
— Brad Blackman (@BradBlackman) August 22, 2013
@LezleyDavidson LIked and signed up! Thanks for the free e-book! I think I found my balls ;))
— christine smith (@onehappyartist) July 18, 2012
@LezleyDavidson good and helpful article. Thanks!
— Svitlana (@savysartillys) July 26, 2012
@lezleydavidson important information – I’m gonna adopt some of it 🙂 thx Mz D.
— monsterN’box(@monsterNbox) November 20, 2012
@lezleydavidson You’re the best twitter person I follow that isn’t Snooki. And I don’t follow Snooki.
— Josh Mirman (@joshmirm) November 2, 2012
@lezleydavidson Loved your post on business & dating- I always get a giggle when I open your mail!!!
— Loralei Walker (@mermaidwhimsy) August 14, 2012
@lezleydavidson Thank you for sharing great posts and tips! 😀
— Zirta (@Zirta) September 5, 2012