Elaine, financial counselor extraordinaire, helped walk us through budgeting, pricing, common financial pitfalls, and generally any of our money questions that keep us up late at night.
Marketing. What an annoying thing we all must do. But how can we make it better, more sustainable, and less..icky feeling?
I would like to give a HUGE thank you to everyone who got in the spirit of giving and donated art supplies for the Nationwide Children’s Toy Drive this past holiday season. Your generosity filled two large boxes with crayons, colored pencils, and coloring books (to name a few!), in the hopes of sparking young patients’ hearts and minds with joy and creativity during their stay at the hospital.
Mentorships can broaden your horizons, make you look at the bigger picture, and be your chance to help an aspiring creative out. At January’s Rise & Design we discussed the ins and outs of mentoring.
Lindsey has always been an artist. Her path took her from painting, to illustration, to graphic design. A constant volunteer in the community, this month we get to hear more of her story.
Thank you. Thank you for being part of this community, for joing our conversations, and for just being here. Let’s talk about gratitude this month.
Nand would never claim he’s self-taught. He cultivated and built a learning environment that was always hands-on, helping him continuously grow as a creative.
Failing is terrifying. Absolutely terrifying. Like, gut wrenching terrifying. We dedicated an entire discussion to help us figure out how to best face our fear of failure.
Leanne, The Joy Enthusiast, has a mission to make the world a happier place. No, it’s not as cheesy as it sounds. Her goal is to help people create connections and community through event planning.
That horrible voice bouncing around in your head? We all have it. This September we talked about how to battle (and beat) imposter syndrome.
Social media is exhausting as a creative. We have to balance what to post, how to post, where to post, who we are talking to, how often should we post, and how everyone else’s stuff looks better than ours.
From woodworking to graphic design, one could say Christopher does it all. And does it all really well.