Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: People Have Real Needs

Piggybacking off of Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Stop and Take a Look Around, I'd like to continue the discussion on finding solutions to real-life problems -- the successful creative entrepreneur's objective. Sounds pretty straight forward; but in practical application, the challenge to such an undertaking is no small matter. Displaying more of a producer mindset and creating … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: People Have Real Needs

Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Stop and Take a Look Around

So, I'm making a little departure from working through the steps in the creative entrepreneurship process to "stop and take a look around" at the world in which I'm living in. And, what I'm seeing is quite troubling. There is so much going on -- so many things and circumstances negatively affecting our societies on … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Stop and Take a Look Around

Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student – #6

Lesson #6: Coordinating schedules is a beast at the beginning. Hmmmm . . . should I admit this or not? I'm gonna do it. Okay, here it goes. Structure for this first part of the school year stinks! I'm in the weeds of it as I type this and I'm wondering when I'm really going … Continue reading Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student – #6

Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Whose Needs Are You Trying to Fulfill?

I don't know if I actually came out and said this in the first "Creative Entrepreneurship Basics" installment, but I'm actually trying to set up a step-by-step process outline for the Creative Entrepreneur in these blog posts. We'll see how it goes. So, today's post would technically serve as step #2. In the first installment, … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Whose Needs Are You Trying to Fulfill?

Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: A Great Idea Starts with a Need

It appears that the formula for a successful idea (that comes to fruition) derives from a need that someone has out in this great expanse in which we live. If enough people have that very same need -- a need that hasn't yet been met -- then the idea is even more well-received among the … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: A Great Idea Starts with a Need

Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Getting My Store “Back-to-School” Ready

I'm getting ready to do it once again. I've decided to break regular programming to bring you some special announcement stuff. The Untitled Book #2 scheduled audio post will be postponed today to bring you the following programming . . . So, I've been spending the last handful of days getting my Teachers Pay Teachers … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Getting My Store “Back-to-School” Ready

Temporarily Failing at Work-Life Balance in Content Creation

First of all, I want to wish everyone a fabulous week -- a week where you can be incredibly productive while getting boatloads of rest at the same time. Wait, what!? Okay, I admit that I just laid out somewhat of an oxymoron for you to ponder over a bit. I mean, have you ever … Continue reading Temporarily Failing at Work-Life Balance in Content Creation

The Art of People Business – Getting Your Family and Friends On Board with Your Vision

One of the biggest challenges we face when pursuing goals and dreams is risking the backlash that can result when others can't envision those same goals and dreams that we can see so vividly. And naturally, we desire to share our visions for the future with those individuals closest to us. Let's face it. Our … Continue reading The Art of People Business – Getting Your Family and Friends On Board with Your Vision

The Art of People Business – The Misguided Worker Mentality (Part Three)

Today marks the last installment of "The Misguided Worker Mentality". I'll discuss the last misguided worker category, address issues that can arise in dealing with each of the five types of workers, and offer up possible solutions for handling the problematic situations that may arise. And so, I'm going to get right into the meat … Continue reading The Art of People Business – The Misguided Worker Mentality (Part Three)