What does it take to be a successful author? It may not be what you think. Here’s the story from guest columnist, Karen Lenfestey, author of A Sister’s Promise.
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Are you in a hurry to succeed? And just what does that success look? And look — squirrel! My entrepreneurial life feels like this — lots of question, lots of busy doing, and lots of distractions that seem beyond my control (but intellectually I know they aren’t.) Other Artist Entrepreneur posts have been about tips and support tool. This post is personal and actually sharing something personal and asking for help.
Talent? Mojo? The secret awesome kick ass plot? Money? Connections? Okay. All those things help. But what we really need to succeed in this business of being an author and making money at it,...
Guest Post by Aletta de Wal: As Artist Advisor for Artist Career Training, my mission is to help artists become “creative entrepreneurs” so that they can make a better living making art and still have a life. Kudos to the visual artists reading this Blog! You have figured out what many artists have to discover – that there’s a lot of talking and writing involved in making money from doing what you love.
I learned yesterday in an awesome Human Design session with Julien Adler just how much I’m blazing my own trail. Darn! I look out into the field of other artist entrepreneurs and wonder how I can be more like them… Oops! I mean, what can I learn from them. Because I’m walking my own path. Other artist entrepreneurs like…
This post is #4 in a series on Artist Entrepreneur Success on what it takes to succeed in business as an author-entrepreneur. Rest to fill the well. Yes, my dears — step away from the computer and get away from the desk.