It’s time to sell more of what you create.

It’s time to sell more of what you create.

“Game changing.” – Christine Stump, founder of Badlands Yoga

You’re excited about what you make, whether it’s art, jewelry, housewares, books, or even digital products & services. But it can be difficult to attract a customer base that’s as excited as you are and itching to purchase.

In my 3-day workshop for creativeLIVE, I teach you how to:

  • Discover what your product or service means to your customers & why they value it.
  • Market from your customers’ perspective to attract more buyers.
  • Understand all the factors that influence your price & use them to your best advantage.
  • Promote your wares in a way that aligns with your values.
  • Sell what you create through email marketing.

You’ll also see me work with audience members–a writer/coach, an illustrator, a children’s ware designer, a textile designer, and a jewelry designer–to offer practical & actionable advice for their businesses.

“Your creativeLIVE class made me dig deeper than I ever have to really understand who my customers are and what they need. As a result, I visited my wholesaler yesterday lugging my newest ideas on how to use our products and they loved it. I left the display and they agreed to help gather feedback from customers. Your workshop pushed me to move forward and think of the future.”
— cathyswraps, viewer

This workshop was professionally recorded in San Francisco and both low res and high definition videos are available for you to download to your computer or mobile device.

The value of this workshop is easily $1000. But, thanks to the fine people at creativeLIVE, it’s yours for just $149. To learn more about this workshop, visit creativeLIVE.

“You will never find a programme that is more concise, more in depth. I learned a lot & watched it at least four times.”
— Babu, viewer

“I loved this workshop. It gave me so many good actionable things to do to move my business forward.”
— Tammy Thompson, viewer

“Amazing workshop! Such a mass of useful information and ideas. I will be implementing them for the next year probably.”
— Erika Cleveland, viewer