Starting to Write is the Hardest Part

Every one of these Mondays I go through the same trouble: starting to write. This is my writing week. Just me, tucked away in our little cabin in the woods with pen & paper, my laptop, a few good books, and provisions. These are the weeks that I fall deeper in love with writing. I also fall deeper in love with my Husband who suggested I rearrange my work schedule like this in the first…

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How Creatives Kill Their Business

I’ve been doing Business Energy work for a few years now and have had the pleasure of working with several highly creative people: artists, writers, jewelers, and bakers for example. Usually they come to me knowing that something is out of sorts with their business and they just don’t seem to be able to pinpoint what’s wrong. Often I start with a bit of a diagnostic check as I connect with the different aspects of…

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Manager or Artist?

Doesn’t the title Manager sound boring?  It certainly doesn’t seem as thrilling as entrepreneur, leader, executive, quality inspector or, well, just about any other title on the planet. Manager conjures up images of a person with a big stick standing over you, poised to enforce whatever rule you’ve broken.  The person with the checklist on a clipboard wandering around shaking their head in disappointment or nodding in modest approval – that’s the Manager.  It’s funny…

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