Monthly Archives: July 2013

Can you dig it?

I heard an analogy yesterday that hit me like a truck. It was one of those complete light bulb moments. The sad part is that it was something I already knew, but needed someone to flip the lights on for … Continue reading

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5 Steps to your goals

I’ve had a project and idea I’ve been trying to launch for over a year. The real problem is that every time I turn to work on it, I get overwhelmed with how big it is. I start thinking about … Continue reading

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Go be a Super Hero

I am inevitably a people watcher. I find people absolutely fascinating and love to watch them. Yesterday, I watched an old man ride by on a tricycle with a top hat. His dog was on a leash leading the way … Continue reading

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3 Ways an Art Show is like a Job interview

I am continuously amazed sometimes at how artists handle themselves at an art show. I did a show this weekend at a gallery with several other artists. I had a great turn out and even sold a piece and received … Continue reading

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Pulling the Plug

Pulling the Plug I have felt really overwhelmed lately. I have been working 7 days a week for quite a while now, working a full-time job, a part-time job, and working on my art and art marketing, and building an … Continue reading

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