Simple enough. You should be coming to me. That is, if your career is stuck in neutral.

If Your Career Is Not Becoming To You

Do you feel stuck?  Not sure what to do next?  I can help.

It’s a easy as this:

Step 1. Take The Twenty.  My 20 Questions for creatives is designed to be a simple, fun and effective way for you and me to assess your current state and ways to move the needle and get you to the next level and beyond.  The link is at the bottom of this article.

Step 2. Schedule an initial call with me to discuss and determine immediate next steps individually designed for you.

YOu Should Be Coming To Me

I’m trying to make this as clear and easy as I possibly can. Here are my Top Ten Tips for Emerging Artists:

SEE AND BE SEEN.   Join industry associations and attend events so that you can see the people you need to see and that they can see you, as well.

THE ART OF FOLLOW UP.  Learn the art of being on their mind but not in their face.

STAY IN TOUCH.  It is better to communicate that you have no news than to not call at all.

DON’T TAKE IT PERSONALLY.  This  business is built on rejection. Deal with it.

EDIT. CONDENSE. REPEAT. Keep your pitch short and to the point. And then edit and condense some more.

GIVE BACK. Identify and connect with a charity in which you strongly believe.

MASTERMIND GROUP. Find people to model and create your own mastermind group. Ask!

KNOW WHAT MAKES YOU YOU.  As Jen Sincero says in her book, You’re A Badass, there is only one you.  Identify your unique abilities and focus on sharing them with the world.

ACT AS IF.   Carry yourself with that extra bit of swagger so that everyone will recognize that you are someone special.

BE GRATEFUL. Be thankful for what you have and more importantly for what you’re going to be, do and have even before it arrives.

Thank you, next.

What next?

Are you ready?

Are you sure?

Are you quite sure?

OK.  Here you go.

“Hey, CK, can you help me?”

Reach out. Let’s take five minutes and see if I can help you be the best you that you can possibly be.

Take The Twenty

chris@chriskeaton.com

615.319.5075