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:
There are some GREAT classes happening now!
Do you struggle to put out a newsletter? Not sure what to write or how often to send it out? Enter Clicksanity, the uh-may-zing new course from PR guru Melissa Cassera. I’ve gone through this course and I have to say: worth every dollar. I learned some great tips + got some killer ideas on how to rock my newsletter. Sign up with quickness, yo.
I just signed up for this free mini-course on visual storytelling from Amy Walsh. It looks interesting – plus I need as much help with images as possible. If you are graphically challenged like me, you might want to sign up too. Here’s to better visuals on tarot businesses everywhere!
Need help with branding and content marketing? Kathleen Shannon has a free class – on Friday! You’ll want to get in on this goodness before the doors close.
More free stuff! ByRegina has a free class on how to create a mini course. (I love everything she does!)
Braid Creative wrote an excellent post you might want to check out: When your business vision changes.
I am a planner fanatic. I am totally in lust with this Daily Greatness Business Planner. Hold me back, people!
Great post from Liz Worth over at Little Red Tarot: How to be of service as a tarot reader.
3 reasons you consume more content than you create – plus a free workbook! Sweeeetttt stuff from Girlboss Woo (she never disappoints).
Great stuff from Jennifer Louden: Marketing solutions for your creative amnesia.
Elle & Co shares her 4 strategies she’s used to gain 6K subscribers in 3 months.
Laura Simms shares how to do a systems audit for your business.
From Roses opens up about how she blogs daily. (Hint: you have to be organized.)
From the always brilliant Anne Samoilov: how to leverage competition instead of letting it control your business.
HOT TIP: I love Dropbox. It is my favorite way to share files and store much-needed docs ‘n stuff across different devices. It’s easy to access and perfect for sending large files. Dropbox just created a new thang: Paper. This is a way for teams to work together. If you work with more than one person or want an efficient way to communicate perhaps with your team or anyone you collaborate with for that matter, this is one worth exploring. It’s pretty darn slick.
Newsletters to read: Braid Creative has a newsletter I never miss. Smart strategies, thoughtful ideas, and cool worksheets just for creative entrepreneurs. Tarot people, get on this one. You’ll gobble it up too.
Listen up: In August we’ll be hanging with Jacquelyn Tierney and talking about luxe branding. If you’re ready to take your tarot biz brand from opening act to rock star, don’t miss this one. Coming to you on Wednesday August 31st at 8PM CT. Details right here.
On my beside reading stack: I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Dr. Michelle Mazur is the go-to person for all things public-speaking related. I’ve been shouting it out from the rooftops: her new book, Speak For Impact, should be on every tarot expert’s desk. Whether you’re on the main stage at a conference, teaching a workshop or even doing a podcast, her advice is the best.
Don’t forget: I’ve got a fantastic e-course for mystical entrepreneurs who struggle with the money aspect of their biz. Check out GET IN CHARGE. Because there is nothing wrong with being a prophet who enjoys making a profit. 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 2016
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