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A Child’s Right To Privacy in a Visual Marketplace

When I was much younger, a member of my family was a victim of a violent crime. For years, I requested that no photos be taken of her in school or at extracurricular activities, so that the perpetrator would be unfamiliar with her appearance as she grew up. The class/rec room in my basement was… Continue reading

To Train or Not To Train, THAT is the question.

You no doubt have heard about the “stealing of clients” directly (offering up their own business cards instead of yours), or indirectly (not leaving a business card at all, but sharing personal information so that the next gig request goes to them, not you). How about artists arriving late, inappropriately dressed, providing poor service, or… Continue reading

My husband is a successful dentist, Yet he is a terrible bookkeeper.

Every year at tax time, he needs to transfer all of his records into Quickbooks, instead of doing it throughout the year. Why? I don’t know, maybe he expects January to be slow. Maybe he thinks we will win the lottery and be able to pay someone to do his books this year. Or perhaps… Continue reading

Dan IS the Man…or is he? What I learned from contractor about showing you WANT the work

Is your business slow? Do you find that you are having trouble moving your business forward after the rush of the Holiday Season? The weather outside is frightful, but even so, are you are starting to get a little freaked out about the lack of gigs, lack of inquiries? Perhaps you are giving the mistaken… Continue reading

How to Avoid Anaphylaxis through Great Customer Service

The Happiest Customer Service on Earth My daughter Theresa has an anaphylactic peanut allergy. Is it super bad, like the kids who can’t eat in the same cafeteria because of the aroma emanating from someone’s PB and J sandwich? NO. Odors, or even touching a peanut in the shell, do not bother her. But she… Continue reading