Starting a business has been life-changing for me.
It’s not something I planned, anticipated or even thought possible before 2012. No one in my family had ever started a business. Entrepreneur wasn’t a word in my lexicon. As a child, I watched as my parents each worked two jobs, three at the holidays. Money was scarce. In spite of this, my parents instilled in me a wealthy mindset, one of abundance. They taught me to be frugal, to get everything I could out of all I had. And so, I learned how to get by with less, and to share what we had with others.
These ideals heavily influenced my early decisions as I wrote the operating manual for my design practice, 30X40 Design Workshop. And, I’m excited to share the lessons I’ve learned in the first six years building this entrepreneurial practice. Excited because it’s allowed me to live a life of freedom and purpose. I’ve designed the business to serve the life I want, rather than the other way around. You too can live the kind of creative of life you’ve always envisioned, the one promised to us as we enter the profession but few ever realize in traditional practice.
If you’d like to be part of the pilot group and help shape the final form of the curriculum just hit the ‘Contact Me’ button and I’ll fill you in on the details.