The kind of all-important mistake you MUST be willing to make if you want to do anything truly new and interesting.
Being willing to do X and wanting to do X aren’t the same thing. Willingness trumps wantingness, so why not communicate that way?
When you can’t track ROI directly, you can at least figure out if you’re making a Realistically Returnable Investment. Here’s how.
Making something great means staying true to yourself AND acting relationally. Profitable creativity has an alchemical blend of these two perspectives.
Wait lists, selling out, full calendars… Being oversubscribed is a very, very good thing for your business.
Getting started might be the hardest part of writing. So let it be awful at first.
A true win-for-all business requires good boundaries. A healthy willingness to stand for what WE want, alongside caring about what others want from us.
Integrity is a matter of wholeness. With some practice, it becomes fairly easy to notice when we’re out of integrity.
Ask yourself: What’s the minimum I can do to find out if I’ve created something people want to buy?
I’m in awe of how powerful these workshops are. Our world would be a better place if more people got support to unravel their early trauma.