I've heard it said more than once by makers of many kinds: Being a self-employed artist isn't a job you turn off. It's more a way of life. There are certain choices we can make that can make life more stressful or more in tune with the kind of business (and making practice!) we want to have. This approach to building a life came up once again in my conversation this week with Bryan Hopkins.
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By helping women & historically marginalized small business owners build viable companies, we not only allow independent artists to create thriving lives, but together we create a sustainable bend towards equity in the world.