Are you frustrated with your performing career – its ups and downs, its ceaseless grind or its scarcity attitude? Are you ready to take some ownership and agency in your own career?
I have built a portfolio career for myself made up of the things I love the most to do. I have created a life that keeps me artistically fulfilled and financially comfortable. And the thing I most often hear from other musicians is “I have no idea how you DID all of that!”
I would love to talk with you about it. This program is a series of inspiring group workshops designed to get you looking at your OWN portfolio career and life, to get you CLEAR on what you want, to HELP you to see the possibilities ahead for you, to SUPPORT your ideas.
MUSICIANS, YOU GET TO CHOOSE.
What do you want to be known for? What impact do you want to have on the world? How much money do you want to make?
In this day and age, is it possible for one employer, one job, to give you everything you need? (If your answer is YES, and if you HAVE that job? You don’t need this program. Move right along!)
Join me for a series of 6 interactive calls to look at how YOU might seek ease and flow in your own life, how you might lean toward a greater level of creative fulfillment and financial abundance, how the concepts of a portfolio career could help you to take agency for yourself.
60-minute sessions will be held Mondays at 4:30pm EST
April 18 WHY do you need a portfolio career?
- The Party Game – finding your zone of awesomeness
April 25 How I made this: Jennet Ingle Reeds
- How to start a successful income stream
- How to develop your offer
May 2 How I made this: the Five Minute Reedmaker series
- How to build an audience
May 9 How I made this: The Invincible Oboist
- How to optimize your teaching studio
- How to think about a service-based business
May 16 How to think about the money
- How much do you NEED
- Organizing your irregular income
- Saving, taxes, systems
- How much do you WANT
May 21 The Living Vision exercise
- What do you want it to look like?
- What are your first steps?