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There’s music in the air on Hawaii
Bruno Mars said “Hawaii is paradise. It sounds cheesy to say it, but there’s music in the air there”....
The story behind the Lady in Red
This image takes me back to Paris. It was late summer of 2011 and I went back to Europe...
Only use original art to truly make your walls smile
I have a met a few good artist friends at art events who are spending their lives creating beautiful...
New ebook: The Wealthy Artist – The Common Sense Guide to Finding Success as an Artrepreneur
Dreams are free, but the hustle is sold separately. Walking out the revolving door of some corporate office to follow your passion is the easy part, what comes after isn’t. Trying to build something out of a dream is really hard work. This brand new e-book is my common sense... Read more
A better alternative to get responses to your event invitations
Remember those days in high school where you threw a party, invited a bunch of people and nobody even responded – let alone showed up? I don’t – in high school I was the perfect combination of a wallflower and a teachers pet. But things have changed a bit.... Read more
Get Rid Of The Never Ending Must-Do List For Creative Entrepreneurs
A couple weeks ago I was on vacation in the Bahamas. On the beach, I was reflecting on the work that I had been doing the previous months. I realized that as creative entrepreneurs we have to do so many things. To be successful, people tell us we have... Read more
Why I love to collaborate but hate wasting time on the phone
Almost every day I get approached by some company who wants me to move my sites, online art gallery or (this weeks most popular one) online courses over to their platform. I’m always open to new opportunities and encourage anyone to reach out if you have a viable business opportunity... Read more
The Biggest Problem Every Business Owner Faces
We’re living in a different world today. People are inundated with marketing messages. Over the course of a day, you might be bombarded with 3000-5000 marketing impulses from all around you in your environment. Add to that the constant notifications from social media channels on your mobile device, and... Read more
Travel Hacking And Attracting Amazing Experiences
I’m writing this post from my annual free trip to Bahamas, and walking down the resort last night I realized how lucky I am to be able to stay here. It’s a big resort, so there’s lots of walking to do and they literally have everything here from sea... Read more
Do you smell the social media bull sh*t? Here is my guide on how to do it right
Do you have a Facebook page for your (art) business? I’ve recently seen a lot of people complain that their posts on Facebook are only seen by about 7% (or less) of their “fans” on Facebook. I’m no different. My page on Facebook has almost a thousand fans, but the... Read more
Announcing My New Growth Hacking Course For Creative Entrepreneurs
Today, thousands of entrepreneurs and business owners are using something that’s working very well right now for anyone looking to add a little “magic” to their branding and marketing message. But don’t worry, this is not another get-rich-quick-scheme. Overnight results don’t exist. But if you’re willing to do a... Read more
What Is Inspiration And Where Do You Find It
Authors in my book writing programs always ask me – where do you find inspiration? In this post I’ll share my thoughts. First of all, my own inspiration comes from traveling all over the world. I fell in love with the exceptional things I saw and the remarkable people... Read more
Social media detox – why I removed my personal Facebook account
I’m going to apologize for the rant in advance – but there’s a few things I need to get off my chest when it comes to social media. Let me start off with a question: Have you looked at your Facebook timeline or newsfeed lately? Other than cat pictures and... Read more