The subtitle of this Blog post is “Look, I made a Hat!”. I don’t throw around musical theater jokes too much in my writing, but sometimes, you have to honor yourself! For those of you who know me personally, or who know me professionally, you know that I recently developed a new piece of non-profit… Continue reading Talk is Cheap- Take Action!
A while back, I wrote a post titled “Looking for better odds”. It’s sort of the guideline post of this blog. In the post, I write about 10 career/strategic rules that I attempt to work with in my professional life. This is an expansion on rule number 4. In the arts, it’s very easy to… Continue reading Rule #4: Creating Apprenticeships
Today, I had the opportunity to substitute teach at a dance studio in Brooklyn (Thanks L!). I wasn’t sure if I wanted it. After all, I had more than enough on my plate for the day, and I could have easily just gone to the gym and gone home. But a little voice (the voice… Continue reading Chosing to work a little bit more OR drops in the bucket
How do you deal with The Insane Pile of Work? As a Freelance Artist/Small Business Owner/Project Coordinator/Grant Writer, I actually have three or four jobs that could each easily be full time jobs. Every time I meet with the Artistic Director of the theater company that I write grants for, I’m struck by the fact… Continue reading The Insane Pile of Work