Author: Jennifer Vigil

Do This 1 Thing To Transform Your Relationships

Brene Brown Dare to Lead

The other week I woke up to a frustrated text from my project manager (and yes, I have a project manager aka PM. More on why you might want to hire a PM to help you with your art business). We have been in the process of adding a full-time virtual assistant (VA) to the …

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Do This To Increase Love In Your Life

After over 2 years of isolating and limiting who we spend time with, I know that I often think about the relationships that matter most to me. Who do I want to stay connected with? And the relief that I can let some relationships go. But I also notice that I am expressing my emotions …

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Creating Guideposts for Your Goals–My 3 Words For 2021

My 3 words 2021

Setting New Year’s resolutions is challenging in the best of times, but how do you get clarity and focus during a global pandemic. On the heels of a year that felt like a lifetime, it can feel almost impossible to know what goals are feasible, reasonable, and what is really important. During the end of …

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3 Things You Can Learn About Teaching From Bob Ross

There is no getting around it… Teaching is a performance. It doesn’t matter how great your content is if your delivery is boring you will lose them. I get it. It is hard. When people ask me what it is like teaching college, I share, “It is like being a stand up comic and dying …

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Deciding what to teach: Who is your ideal student?

Teaching art online Art students painting

When teaching art online deciding what to teaching can be a bit overwhelming. Often people struggle with too many ideas or not knowing what to teach. If you have taught in person, the struggle may be how do you translate an in-person class to an online platform. If you are new to teaching, you may …

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