Computer Pants, Sunsets and the 4-Foot Commute

A few musings on a pleasant afternoon in late November… I’m looking out my home office window right now at an absolutely gorgeous sunset. The Creator is really showing off. And I get to kick back, put my feet on my desk, and savor the equinoctial majesty. My friend David called me from his car […]

Calm in a Burning House

Do you constantly put yourself in impossible situations – simply because you’re eager and hungry for adventure and success – and then you find those situations get really unpleasant at times? I am always pressing MY envelope. I’m always taking risks to maximize what I can achieve. And that is scary. I constantly put myself […]

The Best Way For Artists to Make Money Online

I’m all about giving it to you straight. The #1 reason online artists fail is because they never find a way to make money. Plain and simple, if you want to want to be a successful online Artist/Entrepreneur, you have to create a business that generates revenue. If you are looking to provide value to […]

Is Your Traffic Obsession a Cry for Help?

“It’s five times more expensive to sell to a new customer than it is to sell to an existing one.” We’ve all heard the cliché hundreds of times, right? And yet, most entrepreneurs would rather spend time and money chasing after new customers. Getting us to focus on conversion and follow-up and selling to current […]

What Does It Take to Earn an Art Sale Online?

What do you think it takes to get your customers to actually make a purchase of your original art online? What does it Really take to earn an art sale online? Sometimes it can take just a little bit of luck, like being on the right page at the right time. Sometimes, it’s random. Most […]

Can Your Art Business Add a 3rd, 4th and 5th Gear?

“We had a really difficult problem. Gary pulled our online art business apart and put it back together again. It’s going to completely transform our business. It’s going to take about 30% of the time we currently spend on our business and it’s going to at least double our income” -Daryl Grant, after finishing the […]

Is the artist “ocean” you’re fishing… really a pond?

There is a saying in advertising, “Don’t think like a fisherman, think like a fish.” Great advice. Always ask, “If I were my prospect (art collector, art buyer, art student), what would I want?” But I’m going one step further and ask, “What ocean are you fishing in?” See most online artists and marketers define […]

Is Your Art Business Goal Oriented?

What are your goals for your art business this year? Did you break them down into quarterly, monthly, weekly, even daily milestones? If not, why? How will you know you’re on track if you don’t have a way to measure your progress — even an informal method? I don’t bring this up to make you […]

6 Things The Most Productive People Do Every Day

Here’s a great blog post that Eric Barker pulled together over at  Barking Up The Wrong Tree  while he was researching that guru of The 4-Hour Work Week, Tim Ferris. I like it because he hits on a few habits that  productive people  have…

Business Confidentiality: The Importance of Record Control

The records that your company keeps are valuable resources, and they need to be treated as such. If you do not keep your records tightly controlled, it could come back to haunt you in the future. To help motivate you, here is a look at the reasons that…

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