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OK, I’ll admit it. I got my hair cut and blown out & couldn’t resist making my How To video a bit early this month! You’re welcome for me being more attractive than usual.
This video was inspired by a recent call I had with someone who wanted to make a massive change (actually, 2 massive changes) in her career. Click Play below to get the 3 best + easiest steps to really, truly, actually initiate change. Like, for real this time.
Stuff I mentioned in the video (& stuff I don’t that can help):
Feels Good To Get Some Stuff Done by Mary Kate McDevitt
Think that Quitting Your Day Job means you have to stop working for someone else and work solely on your own biz? Think again! Jen Vertanen tells ya how she quit her job & found a new one + her own heart-based biz.
Hello, hello! My name is Jen Vertanen and I am a Small Biz Strategist + Vision Actualizer for creative entrepreneurs. My specialty is helping right-brain creatives get even more great sh*t done without having to work so. freaking. hard. Why? Because I’m a right-brainer operating in a left-brain corporate setting as a Senior IT Project Manager. So yeah…I get it!
I have an interesting, albeit unusual, I Quit My Day Job Update for you because I actually still have a day job and even better…I love it and even better than that….it’s helped me refocus and re-energize my own business from that of an ‘I-don’t-know-what-the-hell-I-am Coach’ to now which makes sooooo much more sense that I can’t believe I didn’t think of it earlier!Glorious Guest Post, I Quit My Day Job
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Never again will the planets align in this way after midnight Pacific tonight.Happy Hooplah
Oh my, how I love that Stacy Kathryn decided to share this letter to her past self with us today. If you need a soft kick-in-the-pants that the long, winding journey you’re on will lead you to absolutely, positively having your dreams come true, then read on.
Love this print? You can download a printable .pdf here!
This is more of a personal story, though I feel it applies to anyone out there who is chasing a dream but feeling that it’s always just out of arm’s reach. It was seven years ago that I decided to pursue art as my career. I found myself with paintbrush in hand, discovering my love for creating all over again thanks to artists I found online sharing their passion and excelling at it. Those days were just like falling in love, I was in a haze of paint, amazing discoveries, and the feeling of walking on clouds.Glorious Guest Post
I have some really exciting news that I’ve been dying to share with you, but things have been pretty top-secret until now.
I’ve joined forces with my Renaissance Soul Partner in Crime, Puttylike’s Emilie Wapnick, to bring you a 72 hour multi-product sale starting today and I can’t. stop. happy dancing.
The bundle is called Multi-Passionate Must-Haves and it’s designed specifically for those of you who have a LOT of different interests, projects, and creative pursuits in your life.
Can we say 27 courses from 25 experts, valued at $1,379…for just $97?!
Oh yes. We can say that. ‘Cause it’s true.
I couldn’t be more tickled pink to contribute Operation: Creative Career Cheer! and The Declaration of You ebook (for the last time ever!) alongside these products from these amazing experts:
image by Cheyenne Lyons
Do you have a few short minutes to fill out a survey for me? I’m planning on (even more!) changes to my brand & am gearing up to create the exact offerings a wonderful creative like you needs…and I’d love your brain.
There’s nothing to register for, it can be totally anonymous, & I’d be forever in your debt.
Thank you times infinity!
IMPORTANT: The survey’s acting weird, and until we fix it, please only answer the questions on the page that shows up after you choose your first answer. At the end of that page you’ll click Continue, skip all the other questions that come after it, hit Continue & then hit Submit. Thanks so much for bearing with us!Happy Hooplah
Doodle from the live chat done by Nightly Doodles
How advertising is not art.
What to do when you wanna be an artist but hate craft fairs and online selling.
Who actually cares that you have an art degree.
How to network as an introvert.
What happens when you only say Yes to what feels good.
Those statements above were the answers to the question:
What did multi-media artist Jessie Smith-Larson and I talk about during last week’s Grown-Up Gigs?
Click here to get access to the Grown Up Gigs recording with Jessie and me, plus future Grown Up Gigs goodness.
Wanna share the wisdom? Here are some tweets that your peeps will love:Grown-Up Gigs
Just a suuuuuuper quick reminder that, if you wanna work with me in 2013, click here to get the skinny and submit your application before Friday, May 10th.
At that point, I won’t have any availability for the rest of the year, I’ll be retiring 2 of my 3 coaching packages, and raising my rates substantially (like, almost-double substantially). You’ll so want in on one-on-one goodness now rather than later.
A reminder, too, that there’s no obligation to purchase anything at all.
In case you missed that link, it’s right here - and will disappear tomorrow.
Ooh, 2013 is gonna be the best year forever for you! I can just taste it.Happy Hooplah
Roald Dahl print by KensieKate
Oh, how I love that Danielle Euzent from Urban Darling. Not only has she taken my man from hot to sizzling, she’s helping us all in how to encourage your loved ones to make some positive changes. It’s advice you could apply to your marriage, your career, or your wardrobe. Either way, it’s gonna look good on everyone.
Last time I guest blogged here, I coincidentally ran into Michelle (and Friends) while walking home that evening. Of course we talked about what you readers would want to learn about in my next blog post, and one of the first things that came up was “How do I get my husband to stop wearing those terrible hoodies?” (Or, you know, insert whatever terrible item of clothing your significant other will not stop wearing.) Excellent question! While I cannot guarantee success, I do have some suggestions that might encourage your better half to make some positive changes.Glorious Guest Post
To be completely honest with you, Jessie Smith-Larson is one of the coolest people I know. I mean, not only does she make huge sculptures, but she’s also a painter, an illustrator, and a jelly bean dress creator. I mean, this is her job, you guys.
At 9a Pacific/12p Eastern tomorrow, I’ll be talking to Jessie – as will you! You’ll find us right here, where you can chat with us + the other attendees as well as ask all of your questions in real time.
Jelly bean dresses, people!
(Unable to make the live chat but want the recording? Leave your questions as a comment below, and sign up here to get the recording delivered to your inbox as soon as it’s ready. )Grown-Up Gigs