In today’s stop on the I’d Rather Be in the Studio! blog tour, Jennifer Hofmann asks me about my systems for staying in touch with contacts and keeping up with the details of running a business.
Jennifer is the owner of Inspired Home Office and is hosting me on her blog, My Organized Business. All you disorganized types should head on over and read the details. The rest of you should visit because you need some new ideas for being organized or just want to win a free copy of my book!
Jennifer’s post is no longer available so see below for what I had to say.
Jennifer, thanks so much for inviting me to your blog! I just love what you do.
As we’ve been preparing to feature you on my blog, I’ve been consistently impressed with your
Welcome to the sixth stop on the I’d Rather Be in the Studio! official blog tour.
Today, Coach Rachelle Disbennett-Lee of 365 Days of Coaching asks me how the information in IRBITS might translate to non-artists.
Also, because she IS the Action Coach, Rachelle wants to know what my favorite action is in the book.
Rachelle’s post is no longer available so see our interview below.
When I read I’d Rather Be in the Studio! I find so many things that translate to anyone that wants to grow their business. Does a person have to be an artist to benefit from the book? I mean we could actually call this I’d Rather Be in My Office for all of us that are working from our homes and don’t want to go out and market?
Rachelle, you’re right! This is
Today’s stop on the I’d Rather Be in the Studio blog tour takes me to Robin Maria Pedrero’s blog. Robin asks me about contacting galleries out of town. What’s the best way to go about this? It’s a question many artists ask, so I was happy to answer.
Read my thoughts about contacting galleries on Robin’s blog and enter to win a free copy of my book.
Image (c) Robin Maria Pedrero, Balloon Flight
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