Many creative Artrepreneurs wait until the end of the year to start thinking about revising and clarifying their career goals. My opinion is there is no better time than now. Devote some time every day to your dreams and goals. Check in with yourself regularly to see if you’re on track. Take a look at your objectives, priorities, “To Do” lists, and time-management skills. Always strive to take your art career to the next level. In this article I’ve gathered several of my best articles about achieving goals to help you energize your art career now. You’ll find a wide range of tips, strategies and inspiration.
Creating art career goals can be adventurous, creative and rewarding. Every day you get another opportunity delve into your deepest desires and formulate new ways to bring them to fruition. As a career coach helping artists achieve their creative, career and financial objectives is one of my favorite activities. In this article you’ll find ways to increase your pleasure while you plan your art career dreams and goals. I have given these exercises to many of my coaching clients and in my group workshops so I know they really work! Have fun!
Questions are the driving forces behind knowledge, invention, solutions, creativity as well as personal and professional growth. In my coaching practice I ask artists questions they often have never thought about. This interaction brings light to important career issues and leads us to a place of heightened awareness often referred to as those “Aha!” moments. In this article I offer more than 30 empowering questions for artists to ask themselves.
When an artist asks me to help them with this type of goal there are many factors to consider. I learn about their art inventory, sales history, business savvy, and level of commitment, time-management skills, among other things. Having this information helps me develop the best strategies for that artist. In this article I explain a few of the powerful steps we took and how I helped her reach her goal in a few months time.
When you have a strong desire to manifest something you really want and the right course of action, it’s amazing what you can accomplish by devoting just a few minutes every day toward that goal. As your Artrepreneur Coach I offer a 16 step outline to help you achieve your art career goals in 30 days. I recommend you print this page and refer to it often.
When I help an artist create an art business plan it is one of the most rewarding things to do as an art career coach. I feel as though I am giving them a magic wand to ensure their career success. The idea of creating your art business plan may seem intimidating at first. View yourself as the CEO of your own artistic enterprise. When you create your art business plan you’ll experience a sense of gratification, knowing you’re on your way to attaining your fullest potential. You’ll gain financial and personal power. In this article you’ll see how the process can be approached step-by-step.
Today I encourage you to spend time celebrating your unique strengths and unlimited creativity. Anagrams are fun tools to make ideas memorable so to help you achieve your fullest potential I’ve put together an inspirational anagram message to artists using the word C-R-E-A-T-I-V-E. I hope it infuses the rest of your week with energy and positive inspiration and you’ll want to return to it often.
You can have the best art on the planet, and the most productive career goals, but unless you apply positive and proactive beliefs and action steps you may not achieve them. Many of the obstacles we face can be attributed to our own self-sabotaging behavior. So, here are 10 ways to avoid art career sabotage.
For creative individuals, when it comes to staying on course with your career goals, time management is one of the biggest challenges and greatest tools. If time seems to evaporate and get out of our control you’ll appreciate these two articles with ideas to help you manage time better.
Helping Artists achieve their fullest creative, career and financial goals is my mission. I serve artists, from around the world, from beginners to advanced, in all styles and mediums.