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Image in center of page: Diane Troutman, Linda Billet, Alyson, Christine Goldbeck, Elaine Brady Smith
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Some steps we'll take together with artist coaching
- Diagnose where you are at this moment in time.
- Discuss and agree about where you want to be—What is realistic, yet challenging?
- Analyze your art marketing attempts to this point.
- Design a one-year plan to help you make a giant leap.
Some things you might want to accomplish with artist coaching
- Design your path to success and the benchmarks along the way.
- Transition from hobbyist to professional artist.
- Increase your sales by 25% or more next year.
- Get out of a rut and start taking some risks.
- Create better studio habits.
- Develop a leadership role in your art community, while improving your reputation and selling more art.
- Manage your time better so that you avoid the PMWP (Poor Me Whining Phenomenon).
- Prepare for a critical upcoming event, such as an exhibit or sales opportunity.
- Clean out, throw away, and organize your studio and office to help with time management.
- Distinguish between real opportunities and time wasters. Learn to prioritize.
- Follow up with your customers and collectors in ways that both surprise and delight them.
Artist coaching requires a 3-month commitment.
We'll talk twice a month for one hour on the phone or on Skype.
You'll have limited email support in between calls.