As a creative, you tend to have way more ideas than you have time to make them happen. This can feel stressful, and it’s hard to be creative when you are stressed. Join us for this session with mindset coach Tammie Bennett to better understand your working style and get more done in a sustainable way.
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.
Bullet journals provide a fun way to organize thoughts, tasks, and goals. Use these inspiring spreads to get your creative juices flowing.
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.
In this webinar, you’ll learn productivity tips to help you avoid getting derailed by distractions and finish the projects you start.
As creative business owners, we have to keep on top of many things at once. Sometimes it can feel like we spend more time tied to the computer than crafting, and that’s not a great feeling! Fiona Pullen is the owner of The Sewing Directory and the author of Craft a Creative Business. She uses a series of apps to stay productive and organized and work more efficiently. Learn to use a few of these apps and you’ll free up the time to focus on what you really enjoy.
New Year’s resolutions are a wonderful way to “should” on ourselves. Life coach Alissa Norton has stopped making these resolutions, and doesn’t recommend them to her clients, either. Not because they aren’t kept, but because she believes that to move forward, we must first let go. And sometimes, that’s the hard part.
She’s created a a Not to Do List instead and hopes to inspire others to do the same.