Yesterday I published my interview with Callum Hardingham, founder of The Mindset Guy, about one of the biggest issues artists have when it comes to building businesses: a business owner mindset. And that mindset has less to do with a willingness to spend money on more things, like many artists tend to believe, but more with a willingness to invest in the Vision they have for their art.
We all have a greater purpose to serve in the world as artists, and an innate ability to follow through with that purpose when we feel free to do so. Your purpose, which comes directly from your own mind’s eye, is what in the business world is called your Vision: the wildest, largest, most grandiose dream you have for the work you’re meant to do in the world.
But when we begin to entertain the notion of what our Vision actually is, 9 out of 10 artists begin to censor that Vision immediately because it simply seems entirely out of reach. They cap off their dream because they think they have to, not realizing what a huge mistake this is for their art and for their business.
So today I discuss the importance of clarifying your Vision in order to create a clear path to your own business’ inevitable growth.
I have a series of guides that will help you understand how to safeguard your Vision without compromise, and begin to build a framework that will give you a map to fulfill that Vision one step at time. And as a result you will learn how to make wise investment decisions for your business that lead to inevitable growth and revenue, which you need for your business to thrive.
Go to to download the first worksheet in the series, The Power Of Your WHY.