An Artist in Business, How-To, Interview, Marketing, Resources, Successful Actions, Teaching

Continuously Challenge Yourself to Learn and Do More

Besides continuously getting you art out there and well known, you need to also challenge yourself to learn and do more creations.  I’m sure you heard it before, but I’ll say it again: NEVER STOP LEARNING. As a artist you definitely need plenty of create time during your week, work out about 20 hours or… Read More Continuously Challenge Yourself to Learn and Do More

An Artist in Business, Mentor, Radio Show, Successful Actions, Teaching

An Interview with Hilarious Multi-Talented Performing Artist, Director & Author Michael Paul

“No one is keeping score but you. You can go back and try your business or invention as many times as you want.” Michael Paul Ziegfeld Tune in to the Help 2 Succeed Radio Show August 15th at 7pm EST for an interview with Michael Paul – Comedian, Puppeteer, Actor, Voice Actor, Director and Writer.… Read More An Interview with Hilarious Multi-Talented Performing Artist, Director & Author Michael Paul

How-To, Muse, Resources, Teaching

The humorous story is American, the comic story is English, the witty story is French

Mark Twain Writes, “The humorous story is American, the comic story is English, the witty story is French.” Here’s an excerpt from Mark Twain’s book: How to Tell a Story and Others, by Mark Twain. “I do not claim that I can tell a story as it ought to be told. I only claim to… Read More The humorous story is American, the comic story is English, the witty story is French

An Artist in Business, Guest Post, Marketing, Teaching

MARKETING FOR ARTISTS – 5 TIPS by Lynda Cain Hubbard

By Lynda Cain Hubbard For Help2Succeed After being on your wonderful radio program, and getting such a powerful response, I wanted to also put down the basic information in writing.  Here goes– “Marketing” and “Art” seem to most people like two different worlds.  One is complex and boring and the other is exciting and creative.… Read More MARKETING FOR ARTISTS – 5 TIPS by Lynda Cain Hubbard