Your audience is the group of people who most benefit from what you have to offer. They could be investors or customers. Believers or supporters. They could even be people who love what you do so much they spread the word – ie. the people who will help get your name and business out there. […]
Ro Lamb On Writing, Fatherhood, + Creativity
I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend and beautiful human Ro Lamb about his perspectives on marriage, toxic masculinity, and what he’d say to trees if he could understand them. Ro is an author and poet whose thoughts and ideas always intrigue me and go beyond status quo. He’s an avid reader who can […]
Joel Mcdonald: The Wondering Tog
Stuck In A Million Ideas? Create An Idea Wall
Being creative can take hours and hours of processing. From the millions of dreams and ideas that visit us, to the woes of getting them all done; we’re constantly in a state of flux and abandon. We get stuck sometimes. Harboring on negative thoughts and wishing for change, we often miss opportunities to create beautiful […]
How To Publish Your Book In 5 Easy Steps
Every year, individuals spend thousands of dollars on publishing a book before having sold one copy. While professional publishers are valuable, they can be a heavy strain on your pockets. This easy 5 step guide will help you publish your first book on a budget.
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When An Artist Gets Depressed: Release & Refresh
Artists are constantly channeling the people they are called to reach. Because of that, we often find ourselves heavy, bogged down and depressed by what we feel. So here’s what we have to do. We have to let it go. Release it. Let it out. Take what you’re feeling and interpret it through art. And […]
Creative Mornings & The Atlanta City Studio
I walked into City Winery alone after finding free parking (for the win), not knowing what to expect about this event I’d heard so much about. I saw a lot of different types of people who widely represented the creative community. There were women with bell bottomed striped pants and men with gray hair and […]