Month: September 2018

9 Tips for Enjoying Fall Foliage from a New Englander

I spent over 30 years in New England so I consider myself at least knowledgeable in leaf peeping etiquette. The fall colors are wonderful and romantic. People travel hundreds of mikes to enjoy the changing of the colors. Here are some tips for getting the most for your buck: Plan. Take a look at the […]

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival – Must Attend

Attend the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. If you’re a technician or a performer, you’re a professional or a student, a lover of the theatre, you NEED to attend the Edinburgh Fringe. Why?   BE A PART OF THE ARTS CHANGES LIVES MOVEMENT My wife and I advocate that arts leads to social change.  Consider that over […]

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It Starts With the Why

Simon Sinek is the KING of describing the WHY.  If you haven’t seen or listened to his podcast, this is a must.  His website is filled with materials and resources.  I encourage you to start here before you even think about what or how you’re selling it.  

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7 Steps on How to Network at a Trade Show

Networking is a powerful word.  For some people it brings fear and anxiety and for some it brings excitement and gets the adrenaline going.  Wherever you happen to be in the spectrum, the main purpose of networking is to meet people. Here’s a shot of a typical large trade show floor.  Lots of booths with […]

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Easy Websites

Websites are what the phone book was 20 years ago.  If you’re not on the web, you’re definitely not capitalizing on free (or at least dirt cheap) marketing. Whether you’re a freelancer, a solopreneur, or even a large company, you should have an online presence.  10 years ago, you had to be a programmer to […]

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Working Backstage Can Pay the Bills

It’s important that folks coming into the arts know that there IS money to be made here. While we get a bad rap about not being able to make ends meet, in fact, I’ve personally been making money in this industry for over 20 years and many of my friends and associates have been making […]

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