Cut through the clutter and get more attention at your booth or table at the convention or art show.

Before you launch or show or exhibit… take some time to sit down with your imagined potential buyers and start a dialogue with them. They’ll give you insight into who wants what you sell and why, and how you can better communicate your value to them.

Today I’m talking to Sherri Colasso, a psychic artist. We talk about Sherri’s transition from regular day job to trusting in her gifts. We learn about how she uses art and sight to help her clients move through difficult times in their lives.

Thanks to a reader email, this month I’m going to take a look at promotion ideas to get more people into your studio or art show. I don’t mention social media too much on this podcast, but it’s implied that whatever avenue you decide is your best course for promoting your physical space – share […]

Make it easier for your supporters to give you money in as many different ways as possible.

I’ve realized that I create mess when something doesn’t have a place to go. I like to have systems that work for me so I created a blog post template that I can print out and use to plan my posts and not forget anything that may help me get more oomph from the message.

In order to become more organized and productive in my art biz, I came up with a checklist of steps required after finishing an art piece.

I’m a visual learner and work better when I have visuals to support my activities. This is just as true for debt repayment and savings – so I created these tools to help me keep on track and stay committed to my financial plans.

I just finished up my Harvest review and co-incidentally, Note to Self published a getting organized podcast today which dove-tailed neatly with some planner tips that I wanted to share. According to science, we get stressed out when we have to hold more than 4 things in our brain at one time. That’s why getting […]