What ails you?  What's missing?

Where do you compete best?

It is a myth that artists should only be concerned with competing against themselves when, in fact, the race that matters is against a much faster and more powerful opponent: indifference.  

 

For the artist-buyer transaction to happen people must see the art and competing for the interest and attention of those people is a business which requires muscle and fuel.

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"First, say to yourself what you would be;

 Then do what you have to do."  

 - Epectitus, Rome, AD94

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Remember: no one has to deal with art immediately. There are no expiration dates, special calendar deals, insurance renewal warnings, or critical utility notices when it comes to art.  People can deal with art when they choose, or not at all, and the lights don't get turned off either way.

 

To get out ahead of the pack an artist needs to sharpen their competitive edge, demand excellence in all things connected to their art and understand what it means to be present.  

Give people a powerful and engaging reason to listen and your visibility, your sales and your clients grow. Do it in a manner unique to you and how you work and it will remain relevant and vital for years.

 

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Square Space

IM Creator

WordPress

Array

Mail Chimp

Constant Contact

Asana

Fluid Surveys

Jot Form

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