The worst question you ever get asked is, “and what do you do?” here’s what to say and how to say it when you are have a networking opportunity. Podcast: Video Transcript: This week, I’m showing a networking tip to
Julie-Anne Black shows you a great trick to help you eliminate anxiety about a future event any time any where. When anxiety is created from a fear about a specific future event, it is also your unconscious mind tapping you on the shoulder to get you to focus on how you want things to turn out. By calling to mind the feelings and thoughts you will have after the successful completion of the future event you can eliminate the present anxiety.
Networking 101 for artists. Conversations = Wealth. People are interested in your process not your ‘label. Learn how to tell your Mum what you do. Share your passion and your struggles not your job title when networking.
This weeks HTT John Paul Fischbach talks about the fear and gives you some advice on moving through the fear towards your infinite possibilities, your arts practice, your career, the future fearless you.
Networking is difficult for artists because some of us are a little bit introverted and we don’t really like that moving around and talking. We don’t even know what to say, so here’s a little tip. When someone comes up to you and says “What do you do?” The first thing that happens is this paralysis because we do too many things. As artists we’ve got a bunch of different things on the go so it’s difficult for us to pick one but that’s what you want to do. Pick only one thing.