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Why I am a Huge Fan of Content Deprivation Weeks

  There are a lot of folks out there peddling “Productivity Hacks” or “How to be more productive” “Get More Done in Less Time!” and for the most part, I ignore them. I do a lot, and I think I work pretty well. If… Continue Reading “Why I am a Huge Fan of Content Deprivation Weeks”

The 5 Behaviors My Most Successful Clients All Have in Common (that you can start doing today)

  As I wrap up the 4th(!) launch of my group program–Profit Pivot– this week, I’m having some great conversations with the most amazing group of artists and musicians and welcoming them into this world of artistic entrepreneurship. As I talk with them and… Continue Reading “The 5 Behaviors My Most Successful Clients All Have in Common (that you can start doing today)”

Is It Time to Rewrite the Script?

  Last week’s blog post and ensuing social media posts and my weekly FB live session were all about “Getting past our fear of what other people might think” and one of the points I made garnered so many DMs, Emails, and comments that… Continue Reading “Is It Time to Rewrite the Script?”

The One Thing I Hope You’ll Learn This Year.

Happy New Year! If I could wave my magic wand and change one thing for all of my fellow creatives out there, it would be this:  To banish your fear of what other people think of you. Or, more importantly, to convince you to… Continue Reading “The One Thing I Hope You’ll Learn This Year.”

Are You Trying to Force Yourself Into a Mold That’s No Longer There?

  I was on a call yesterday with a young cellist. She’s a Junior in high school and wanted a bit of college advice.  This young woman is a very talented cellist, and also passionate about science–like “oh, the intersection of neuroscience and space… Continue Reading “Are You Trying to Force Yourself Into a Mold That’s No Longer There?”

What Will the Next Phase of Your Career Look Like?

  There’s a cliche of the middle-aged man who has been in the same job with the same company since he finished college and will stay in that same job until the age of 65, at which point he will retire to Florida.  We… Continue Reading “What Will the Next Phase of Your Career Look Like?”

How to Unlock Superpowers in Yourself and Others

  For the last couple of years, I felt I was living a double life. One half of me lived as a cellist and cello teacher–creator of the Virtual Summer Cello Festival and the Bridge Online Cello Studio, as well as Suzuki faculty at… Continue Reading “How to Unlock Superpowers in Yourself and Others”

Turn Your Journaling Into Your Reality in 5 Easy Steps

  A lot of people have written articles about their morning routines lately. I find these posts amusing–not because I don’t believe in the power of starting your day off on the right foot–but because most of the people writing these posts are 25-year-old… Continue Reading “Turn Your Journaling Into Your Reality in 5 Easy Steps”

Thinning the Carrots of Your Career

  My husband has spearheaded a community garden at his school. He’s always lived amongst gardeners (except, I imagine, during his years out at sea…hard to find good soil in all that ocean….) and he’s been a huge help in our home gardens in… Continue Reading “Thinning the Carrots of Your Career”

How to Fulfill Your Potential: Step 1

What would it look like if you were to reach your full potential?    This, my friends, has been the question that has been eating at me for the past couple of years. Finally, I gave in and decided to dedicate some real time… Continue Reading “How to Fulfill Your Potential: Step 1”