Are you ready for 2015?
The ideas. The launches. The products. The programs.
If you are like me, then you are already saying, “This is MY Year!”
Well, if you want this year to be different, then you’re probably thinking, “I SHOULD plan these projects out. But…ugh…that sounds boring. And constricting.”
I’m here to tell you that PLANNING shouldn’t be boring!
OUT with the traditional create-a-plan-and-stick-to-it.
IN with new ways of planning that work for YOU – as a creative entrepreneur – that combine Focus & Flow!
Take a look at my video below where I show you a delightful buffet of my favorite – and nonboring! – creative planning tools: what I use, how I use them, and even where I get them!
Having the right tools, systems and supplies is the first step in developing a Creative Planning System that really works for YOU!
You might find that you’re inspired to do a little holiday shopping for yourself (and it’s a tax write-off)!
If you’d like to take it a step further and put those supplies to use, join me Wednesday, December 10, for my Virtual Creative Business Studio. This month’s topic is Creative Planning for 2015!
I’ll take you and other smart, creative entrepreneurs through the process I use to plan all those projects I create. And you’ll get a chance to work on your 2015 plan!
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Time: 11:00am – 3:30pm eastern
Location: Virtually! We’ll be meeting via webinar, so you’ll be able to see the tools I share in action!
Price: Only $97 for this creatively rich ½-day virtual experience!
Best of both worlds: Training & Action! I’ll share my Creative Business Planning methods, and then you’ll have two hours of virtual retreat time to apply this to your own plans for 2015!
You’ll be happy you did! You’ll use these supplies and systems over and over! 2015…. get ready for an amazing year!
P.S. Not only do I share my favorite creative planning tools with you in the video above, but once you register, I’ll send you a complete list of my recommendations for creative business planning tools. Mostly you’ll need a calendar, sticky notes and a list of your projects and programs for next year!