28 January 2010

Keeping up the Practice

un uccello testa rossa
a red head bird

It has been a challenge to find time every day to devote to my New Years goals. I keep my embroidery in a basket close to my desk for impromptu stitches. The other day I stitched this little bird during a fifteen minute phone conversation....
....and speaking of phone conversations.
I had a most rewarding phone conversation/consultation with
Stacey Cornellus of thestudiosource.com.
Stacey writes a creative marketing blog that will help you "manage the business side of your creativity." She is warm and approachable and offered me great advice on how to market my talents and take the steps that will help me establish myself and my brand in a very competitive market.

Stacey's blog is full of helpful suggestions and interesting ideas. For the self employed creative business person The Studio Source offers a place for sharing information and improving your business sense....Thank you Stacey for providing that service...CHECK IT OUT!
...and with that being said...there are winds of change in the air and exciting new ideas ahead!

5 comments:

Stacey Cornelius said...

Thank you so much for the kind words, Kathy. I'm looking forward to watching you polish your personal brand. It's exciting to see someone get excited and move forward.

Brava to you!

Lydia, Clueless Crafter said...

I'm not sure what your clue meant, but that's okay;-) I'll figure it out!

Stacey is a great source of help and I'm so glad you two connected via phone. She has a refreshing way of looking at marketing, one that isn't full of hype.

Sister Lupita said...

Hello to you! You are a great source of inspiration to me!!! Thank you for sharing your creativity with all of your fans...this is just the beginning!

Kathy Gillespie said...

Lydia...My clue was in reference to what I am making with the black embroidery floss. I finished it today and hope to post it tomorrow.

Yes Stacey has great insight and has really helped me move to the next step with my business.

Kathy Gillespie said...

Sister Lupita...Thank you. I try to keep that creative light aglow!