The #1 challenge a creative person faces every day is creating demand for their work. Without demand you simply can not sustain a profitable business using your talent. This is one of the many topics I happily discuss with todays guest Corwin Hiebert.
We had a very thought provoking discussion about creative marketing, idea generation, creativity, and collaboration. Corwin inspires creative people to embrace the journey of pursuing their creativity and its commerce.
He is a business manager specifically for creative freelancers and entrepreneurs such as world-renowned photographer, best-selling author and past Creative Warriors guest David duChemin. He is also a published author of “Living The Dream”– an introduction to freelance business.
A quick look at the highlight list below will absolutely tell you why I am so thrilled to share this timely discussion. We hit a variety of topics that are sure to be helpful in your pursuit of earning what you are worth through your creative talent!
- Creating demand for your work
- Marketing to inspire customer curiosity
- Should you share your story or your success?
- Thoughts on control & perfection
- The 1 thing every creative business must do
- Book- “Living the Dream”
- Business Action Planner
- Corwin’s website
- Corwin on twitter
- Corwin on Facebook
- Corwin on Google+
- Management for Creative People
- The Creative Warrior Unleashed– Jeff’s 7-week training and coaching program to overcome the 7 Core Conflicts that stop creative entrepreneurs in their tracks
Offers and Gratitude ~
Corwin is generously offering a subscription to “MEMO2 FREELANCERS email magazine” . Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Corwin’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.
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