This is the last in a four-part series where I shared my process in aligning our artistic and creative sides into our businesses so that we can become both financially empowered and creatively fulfilled. Here is part I, part II, and part III,in case you missed these earlier.
The power of uniting your creative side with your business side can have internal and external positive outcomes.
On the outside, it can make your business become more unique, more multidimensional, and ultimately more prosperous.
On the inside, it can help you become more aligned, more purposeful, more inspired, and more confident.
Your sense of fulfillment and confidence transfers into all the other areas of their lives, including their businesses.
The confidence and expertise we’ve developed as professional musicians is something we can implement in the business processes that may require the willingness to step into the unknown.
In my conversations with clients we often discuss their insecurities and moments of fear in the process of starting their businesses. It can feel daunting to take steps such as creating visibility, claiming your authority, and being willing to be seen in a new light as an entrepreneur.
My clients are able to access greater confidence and excitement when they bring their creative outlet into their framework and business processes. This also helps set them apart. They become better able to capitalize on what they know how to do as artists.
The best way to step back into practicing is not just as self-care or something we get to do after all our other work and personal obligations are met.
If we weave our artistic side into the process of developing our businesses, we’ll always have a reason to do it and it will find itself back into the priority section of our daily life.
This is why through my Musicians Profit Umbrella™ business coaching program, I’m on a mission to help musicians ignite a limitless life through financial empowerment while also integrating their artistic, creative, and other personal sides into the process.
If you knew you could combine your artistic, creative, and personal sides and integrate them into your business and income-generating activities, what would you like to incorporate? I’d love to hear from you!
In the meantime, I invite you to join me on Nov. 15th as I share my virtual lecture-recital, “Women as Musician-Entrepreneurs: An Exploration of the Works and Career Ventures of Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, and Teresa Carreño.” We’ll dive deep into what it took for these amazing women to pursue their lives through combining their artistry with their entrepreneurial endeavors amid all the societal challenges of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Here is an excerpt from from Teresa Carreño, aka, “The Lioness of the Keyboard,” and her Vals Gayo Op, 38! Get your tickets here!