do you consider yourself a prepper? i don’t consider myself a “serious” prepper, but i have facets of my personal life as well as in my business where i prefer to feel prepared. it’s always a work in progress, i’m always learning new things. i’ve had some disasters-of-a-sort in both areas of my life and it’s taught me so much. and how about you? when the pandemic hit, in what areas of your life did you feel prepared and what did you find needed improvement? and now, 18 months later -- are you still learning and prepping like me?!
with everything still seeming to be upside down, it can feel like starting or growing a business right now is the worst idea. there are definitely potential roadblocks, but i would say that no matter how uncertain or bleak things look, it’s never too late to prepare or think outside the box. in this episode you’ll find 10 ways for entrepreneurs to prepare for changes in life, the economy etc. also, things to consider when you really do feel like you’re too late. i’ll share things that have helped my art biz as well as my husband carl’s landscape architecture firm. you’ve got this!
wow. isn’t it amazing how most of us will look back at 2020 and remember it more vividly than many others?! it’s been quite the ride as a business owner as well as personally. i’m surprised at some things of course but not so surprised at others. how about you?! here are 4 things i’ve considered within my art biz as well as 4 in my personal life. Is it possible to paint 30% less originals and have a better year financially than 2019? what do i really want in my life...what else can i give up to become more whole as a person?