Got a tarot business or trying to get one started? Wondering how to maximize your potential without killing yourself (or spending a fortune)? Looking for info that will actually help you elevate your biz? I’ve got the Mad Hookups for tarotpreneurs and aspiring tarot pros. Whether you are new to the game or an old hat, check out my latest recommended posts ‘n classes ‘n tools just for you:
So you want to start an online tarot business? Read that smart stuff from The Tarot Mystic before you put up your online shingle.
Be sure to check out Abby Kerr’s advice for end-of-the-year recentering for your brand.
Why the telesummit guru is wrong. If you’ve ever gotten an invite to one of these things, it may not be to promote your biz – it may be to get hands on your list. Kate Courageous sets us straight on what not to do.
About to launch a new thing but no “team” to help you out? Anne Samoilov tells you how to launch alone like a BO$$.
Hate self promotion? XOSarah has some easy tips to help you promote your stuff without feeling icky.
Super helpful advice from Sarah Von Bargen and Susan Harrow: 7 Reasons You’re Not Getting Featured In The Media. (There’s a little blurb about yours truly in there! Yee haw!)
This looks amazing and useful: Tarot And Psychology Online Course. Brought to you by the good folks at Hermit’s Lamp and starring some major Tarot heavy-hitters. If you’ve always wanted to explore tarot from a psychological viewpoint, you’ll want to sign up pronto.
Can you create great content if you are on a budget? Pamela Wilson thinks so – and shows you how to do that: The Tightwad’s Guide to Creating Competitive Content on a Budget.
How to Overcome Fear of Speaking, Podcasting, Live Streaming, Webinars and More. Because getting your mug out there is essential and fear only jams up your glitter.
I’m a self-confessed planner junkie. Thankfully, Nathalie Lussier reviewed a whole bunch of ’em.
Leonie Dawson’s planners are in stock and flying off the shelves. I’ve used them in the past and think they are great for entrepreneurs. (PS this is NOT an affiliate link. I’m telling you about it because it’s a good product.)
Staying sane during the holidays. How to do that even if you’re a busy entrepreneur.
And can I say that I’m lusting after this: Pret-A-Persona – an exclusive 10 month transformative business + brand building experience from two women I completely admire and respect, Erika Lyremark and Sarah Ancalmo. HOT DAMN.
Kelly-Ann Maddox has these great prompts for end-of-the-year business reflection: Wonderworker Week- 30 Journal Prompts to Illuminate the Path and Help You Walk It Like a Pro
HOT TIP: having an accountability partner is a great way to keep you on track for your big vision goals. I have two and they make all the difference in me staying on my hustle. Why? Because knowing that I have someone to report to is an incentive for me to get stuff done. Kari Chapin talks about her accountability partner + has a cool kit that you might want to check out.
Newsletters to read: Copywriter Abby Kerr’s newsletter is one worth signing up for. You’ll learn a lot about writing for your biz and be first in line for her stellar products: Abby Kerr.
Listen up: Bri and I are taking our winter break but next month we are coming back strong with a fabulous new season. Stay tuned for details.
A biz book worth checking out: Grow Your Spiritual Business: How to Build a Business in the Internet Age from Cindy Griffith and Lisa K. I have not read this but it might be worth taking a look at.
Don’t forget: I have sweet little business ebooks just for you. At only $15 a pop, these gems will give your mystical biz a mega boost. Check out the ala carte biz goodness at Professional Mystic’s Guides. Also: you can pick my business brain any time you like with my (inexpensive) and speedy email business mentoring service.
My mega-cool list of Business Resources for Tarotpreneurs and Mystical Entrepreneurs. All for you, my friends.
Go on and succeed wildly, hot stepper!
© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2015
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