The Final Post (for a little while)

The Final Post (for a little while)

This is the last of the five-part series for the Six Dreaded Words.  It’s also the start of a short hiatus from the E’s of Selling Art Blog series that numbers in the dozens of entries. I hope they have made a difference. However, I have a few projects...
Be Agreeable

Be Agreeable

This is continuing the series about what to do when they utter “The Six Dreaded Words”. In the last article, I attempted to boost your sense of confidence and duty to find more homes for your art in the article title, “Do you know why they should buy...
Do you know why they should buy your art?

Do you know why they should buy your art?

In the very back of the guidebook, after the worksheets, I have posed a series of questions to reflect on after an engagement. Whether you made a sale or not, this list of questions is worth the entire price of admission to many who have testified to me in person. I...
The Six Dreaded Words

The Six Dreaded Words

We never want to hear “I need to think about it.” It’s that moment that creates so many emotions. This is where their rubber meets their road and you have no idea where that road will lead them. This is often where most people panic and quickly hand...
Four Dirty Little Words

Four Dirty Little Words

As was discussed in the first post of 2017, “The Loudest vs Quietest“, the ego is a core element in our daily lives. Everyone reading this article is motivated by the instinctive nature – right from birth – to want to satisfy their own needs...
Aren’t You Curious?

Aren’t You Curious?

As those of you who own the Guidebook and Flashcards know, the five “E’s” of Selling Art begins with empathy. With empathy as your core value and guiding light, you will naturally and effortlessly be able to engage authentically. From the first words...
911 – What’s Your Emergency?

911 – What’s Your Emergency?

It’s Always an Emergency I hear you groaning and see you recoiling from your screen. Yes, this is a bit scary to incorporate, but it is the MOST important lesson I can teach anyone. I know you don’t want to confront this concept because it means you have...
Why Do You Create?

Why Do You Create?

It’s time to get very real There you are, unpacking boxes. You are setting up your display. Driving stakes into hard ground and watching the local weather reports. You are pre-occupied with “tasks”. The next time you are getting ready for a day of...