“But if an artist is already successful, why would they hire you to coach them?”
A talk with a friend yesterday.
I tell her: “Because for some people, success has levels.
“Earning a living is one thing, but turning a profit is another.
“Being shown in galleries is great, but it’s not the same as having your own audience and your own business.
“Having an offline fanbase and network is essential, but what about an online audience?
“What if an artist wants to build a reputation on the internet?
“What if you want to take local or nation fame to the international stage?
“Maybe you want to earn so much that you can go travel and paint for a year?
“What if you know that the success you have now is only the beginning, and there’s more in store for you, but all you see is obstacles?
“That’s when you work with a coach, to remove obstacles and show possibilities.
“That’s why I coach people: to help them go from one level of success to the next”.
“Is it expensive?”
“Depends how you look at it”, I tell her.
Having a powerful coach to guide you and increase your performance and results and income, is something that will change your life.
In a sense, that’s priceless.
But it will only work if you’re 100% committed and motivated.
And psychology is a funny little thing: if you don’t pay, you don’t pay attention.
At least, that’s how it works for most people.
In the world of therapy, it’s what they call a ‘customer of change’.
And that’s one of the reasons that coaching comes at a price.
Another reason is that my ability to coach comes from a lifetime of learning: first psychology, and then marketing, so I bring a lot to the table.
But it’s not for everyone: it’ll only benefit you if you REALLY want success.
Want it, like a drowning man wants air.
That’s when I can help.
If that’s you, then drop me a line and let’s chat.
Maybe I can get you to the next stage of success in your art business…