Do you ever wonder how you will be able to create a sustainable income with your art without sacrificing an incredible amount of time doing something that does not seem to coincide with the work you know you’re meant to create as an artist? Or do you wonder how to save enough when you make a large amount of income at one time and don’t know when the next opportunity will arise?
Many artists I know are faced with a daily struggle of trying to figure out how to create consistency in their lives financially. This becomes especially true when working various survival jobs. They can seemingly lead nowhere, in either the short or long term. And worrying about it so much becomes an incredible drag, especially when you can’t get it off your mind, day in and day out.
In my last live online training, we discussed three powerful action steps to take to create a solid financial foundation for your business with your art, your way. These steps are based on the three fundamental steps any successful business owner takes in order to establish where they are financially. They look at how much they have when they start their business, how much they need to bring in to meet their basic needs and what they need to sell in order to get those needs met.