January was pretty much a write-off (and I know I'm not alone in taking a while to get going), so I'm declaring February as the real new year. Here are my intentions and word for the year ahead.
2020 was the year I started singing lessons, dyed my hair pink, sold my old business, and hit new levels with this one. Not to mention the year we all lived through a pandemic, and all the physical and emotional upheaval that came with that. Here is my review.
It's an unprecedented and uncertain time for all of us right now, with the covid-19 pandemic happening around the world, so how should we navigate it? Here are my thoughts.
Launching my podcast was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my creative business. But there was quite a learning curve to get it off the ground (and some personal help too)! I'm hoping this post will help simplify things for you.
Knowing your numbers is, in my opinion, absolutely essential to treating your self-employed work like the real business that it is. And running a real business means looking at the bigger picture, paying yourself a fair salary, doing more of what works and what feels good, and less of what doesn’t. So here’s how I got serious about my own business numbers, and how it changed everything.
Today I'm sharing from the heart about how hard working for yourself can be. But it's easy to look back in hindsight, or see somebody else's success, and think differently.