Throughout 2018 we’ll be bringing you curated lists of books for craft business owners. Erin Dollar, founder of Cotton & Flax, a home decor products company based in California, is an avid reader with a library of books to share. She’ll be choosing a selection each season and describing what each book has to offer. To kick things off here is Erin with our winter book picks!
Hey craft business owners! This gift guide is just for you. If someone has been asking you what you want this holiday, we know you’ll find some things on this list that you’ll need and love. Treat your business (and yourself) to something fun this holiday season!
One way to protect your valuable business information before it falls into a competitor’s hands is through the careful use of non-disclosure agreements.
Carrie Sundra created the SkeinMinder, an accessory to the small motorized tabletop winders many small dyers use to create their sellable hanks.
Slumps don’t last forever. There are concrete actions you can take to make the connection again. It comes down to taking a break or making a change.
Evernote is one of the best organizational apps out there. Hanna Lisa shares her experience and expert tips on how to use Evernote to bring structure to your creative business.
Rethink your creative practice and business with these three inspiring books.
Desktop wallpaper to help you stay organized with the year at a glance and division of space for keeping track of those things that clutter your desktop.
As soon as we start consuming we compare and that is the worst thing for your creativity. Creativity is allowing yourself to be you. Make that happen.
Running a business online can feel overwhelming. There are so many apps available it’s hard to know what to choose. Fiona Pullen recommends 10 free apps that make it easier to manage your business day to day.
I’ve worked with a business coach three times, which represent three of the best business decisions I’ve made. I encourage you to explore mentoring or coaching too.