Tag Archives: art

The Art Of Selling You

Yes, there’s a science to selling and marketing. And yes, there’s a book for that. Or 240,372 of them according to Amazon. The science says you take specific actions. You return calls and emails swiftly (as a form of respect, … Continue reading

When You Do It For Love

Ellen DeGeneres. Daniel Pink. Marianne Williamson. Steven Pressfield. Alexa von Tobel. What do they have in common? They do what they do for love. Don’t get me wrong—they didn’t blindly stumble into success. They are talented and skilled, working with … Continue reading

Earning The Right To Ask

My friend “Kate” asked me to a business lunch to meet her friend “Molly”, who had just started a venture capital fund and was looking to grow. Kate is one of the savviest people I know and has a great … Continue reading

10 Books That Changed My Work (And Me)

The right books at the right time change you. They make you think—or stop thinking and start feeling. They take you places you didn’t know were on your itinerary. There is no over-estimating the power of a perfectly-timed read. So … Continue reading

Are You A True Professional?

“The most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting down every day and trying.” Steven Pressfield If you struggle with creating (or releasing) your art you owe it to yourself to read “The War of … Continue reading