Saturday , 16 December 2017
I strongly believe that one of the keys to becoming a successful entrepreneur is learning to think like one. And a good way to do that is by surrounding yourself with thriving kindred spirits. So soak it up!

Learn How to Profit From Your Passion

Modern Mesh Belt Buckle

Modern Mesh Belt Buckle

If you read the Handmadeology about page, you will learn that I am a self taught artist.  I went to college for environmental engineering and now I am headed down a completely different path.  I have a passion for metal and a passion for helping other artists reach the level of success they are looking for.

Laura Simms the editor of  Create as Folk has brought together 7 working creatives to share their story about profiting from their passion.

Rebecca Leigh of Smart Fresh Writing
Thom Chamber of In Treehouses
Michelle Ward of When I Grow Up
Tara Gentile of Scoutie Girl
Alexandra Franzen of Unicorns for Socialism
Dennis Baker of dennisbaker.net
Lisa Sonora Beam of The Creative Entrepreneur
and me, Laura Simms of Create as Folk
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I strongly believe that one of the keys to becoming a successful entrepreneur is learning to think like one. And a good way to do that is by surrounding yourself with thriving kindred spirits. So soak it up!
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Some highlights from the series are:
  • how fear affects your language
  • the truth about buckling down to produce
  • debunking some nasty myths
  • using your intuition to know when you’re on the right track
  • why earning is generous
  • makin’ out with boys. in the grass. on a tuesday afternoon.
  • freelancing tips

Laura  has but all this information into  a FREE downloadable pdf

You can pick up your copy from Oh My Handmade (awesome blog !!) 

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5 comments

  1. it’s tough to be an artist, I’d like to improve my marketing.

  2. What a great group of creatives! Thank you for the link.

  3. Tim,
    I’ve downloaded it and hope to read it soon. As usual, thanks for providing great information.

  4. Thanks again Tim for sharing this, I’m looking forward to sitting down tonight and reading this. And I love ‘Oh my Handmade’, another great blog to add to my list of must reads!

  5. Hi, amazing post love handmadeology! Just wondering where the free pdf by Laura is available to download? Thanks so much!

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