Calendar desktop wallpaper to help you stay organized with the year at a glance and artwork to keep you inspired all year long.
Paper planners are a great way to help boost productivity, and achieve big goals for your business. Check out our roundup of the best planners for craft pros.
Check out these 6 ways to use your bullet journal to organize your business and increase your productivity.
Whether you are a solopreneur or manage hundreds of employees throughout the world, you need a system to make sure that projects get done efficiently and on time. Learn how to pick the best tools and systems for your creative business in our project management breakdown.
Gwen Bortner recommendations these 5 business books to help improve your craft business operations.
We’ve put together a short list of fulfillment services that are a good fit for small businesses.
If you’re finding it difficult to keep up with shipping and fulfillment demands with an in-house arrangement, you may be ready to upgrade to a third-party fulfillment center.
In this webinar, surface designer and online instructor Shannon McNab will introduce you to Airtable, an app that she uses to organize her entire creative business. You’ll learn how you and your team can keep track of all your important information, allowing you to streamline your business and put some of your admin tasks on autopilot.
For many small business owners, hiring a business coach can help you develop leadership skills, overcome overwhelm, and create the company culture you want. Learn how and when to hire a business coach.
As you accumulate images and videos for your website, shop, social media, and more, building a system that is effective and efficient is a must. Stitchcraft Marketing share tips on how best to organize and manage your media files.
Craft business owners use Instagram to build community, show process shots, and display a portfolio of work. New opportunities can come in as a result, but it’s all dependent on keeping up with your Direct Messages. We ask a variety of craft business owners how they stay on top of their Instagram DMs.
Between work-life separation, following a self-imposed schedule, and staying connected to colleagues, here’s a look at how four pro crafters found their “new normal” working from home in 2020.
Looking for an engaging podcast to listen to while you work in your studio? Need some motivation and perspective for your own entrepreneurial efforts? Check out some of our favorite business podcasts for creatives.
Bullet journals provide a fun way to organize thoughts, tasks, and goals. Use these inspiring spreads to get your creative juices flowing.
In this webinar, April Corbett of Upstate Mississippi will guide attendees through a process of recovery planning by creating an editorial calendar for the new year.
Acuity Scheduling is a powerful tool for craft business owners looking to find automated ways for students and clients to book time for classes and other types of appointments. Here’s how it works.
Sewing pattern designer Christine Haynes is relaunching her business with an eye towards creating a healthy work-life balance.
In this podcast interview, Elise Blaha Cripe talks about how she built her creative business and the winding road she took that eventually led her to create the Get to Work Book and to publish a book about productivity with Chronicle Books.
In this webinar, you’ll learn productivity tips to help you avoid getting derailed by distractions and finish the projects you start.
Using a canned response can help reduce your time answering common questions from customers or prospective clients. It’s as simple as cut+paste, then customizing the message as you see fit.