Your price is your invitation.

It’s easy to think about pricing as prohibitive. In our culture focused on the 1% and the MONEY gap between us and them, how much things cost is seen as a class system of personal worth. It isn’t. Something that costs more is not better. It may last longer, offer exquisite craftsmanship, or smell incredible.Continue reading “Your price is your invitation.”

Protect your ass(ets)

In money and business, you are building a foundation to secure yourself for the long haul. You want a financial cushion that endures. tasks of money, like checking your bank statement for any charges that aren’t right, and in the protection part, where you make sure that your MONEY boat is tightly sealed to survive the storms ahead.

Hard work leads to receiving.

When welcoming abundance, one of the best approaches is to work on receiving. Not the continual hustle of supply and demand, transactions and tasks.You release control and surrender to the experience at hand. But sometimes there are tasks in surrender.

Just get going

When it comes to spending your money on your creative business, it can be easy to get bogged down in details, trying to select the exact right choice. But not every decision you’ll make is worth the hours of research and contemplation that you put into it. When selecting something that matters but doesn’t matterContinue reading “Just get going”

3 Tips for Funding a New Theater Company

It may not be too long into your actor hustle before you start to think, “I just want to do a show. Let’s put on a play!” Suddenly the romance of casting yourself in your favorite role expands into imaging yourself at the helm of a real arts and culture institution. Yet, the biggest hurdle as a start-up theater maker is often the same thing driving you to want to create your own work: money.

3 Money Principles Actors Can Learn From Shakespeare

Little is definitively known about the man who came from Stratford Upon Avon to make his way in upwardly mobile Elizabethan London. Yet close examination of Shakespeare’s plays, paired with details of his proposed biography, reveals three key money principles that may have guided him to create plague-resistant financial success when his main source of income was largely nonexistent. 

Consider Joy

When it comes to making money, creatives hold a cultural belief that it’s all or nothing. They are either starving artists in a garret and hole-y gloves or they are sell-outs making pop cultural roadkill. This all-or-nothing thinking might ring a bell from another challenging aspect of human existence: exercise. You are either running 15Continue reading “Consider Joy”