Dorothy chats with Jessica & Clifford Huizenga of The Confetti Bar on how Jessica got the ball rolling so quickly, transitioning to The Confetti Bar as her full time career within 6 months. Clifford is a digital wiz and has created a wonderful site with great SEO. Clifford is a "personal believer in that a lot of the web field should be demystified and there's a lot of things people don't realize what they could do if they spent a little time learning how things work."Read More
Today's episode is a fun conversation with fine artist Deanna Hamsley about the art world and how she has grown her following and her customer base by giving Facebook followers a Call to Action, showing her work at local art shows, and getting her start by hosting workshops. We all know that as a full time artist, we are juggling all the things in every aspect of our business, but Deanna has us beat. She paints in her sleep!Read More
On today's episode Dorothy speaks with Kristin Vermilya on product photography, brand photography, on launching her podcast, How to Fail, and on blogging tips. Through her photography she helps connect your brand by sharing your personality with your dream audience and your communities.Read More
Dorothy loved having this opportunity to sit down with two wonderfully creative Memphis women, the Archer sisters, Kristen & Lindsey Archer. Arch'd takes the sisters creativity and transfers it directly to the wood, via Kristen’s photography and Lindsey’s graphic design. They fill us in on their assembly line process, working in batches, how they working with family, and how they like doing things that are creative outside of businesses.Read More
Today's Positively Creative podcast episode, Dorothy chats with Katherine Corden on how she grew her painting hobby into a side hustle while being a full time physical therapist, how she has learned to say yes and no to live the life that she wants, and how she batches her work to prioritize her time.
"Saying yes to something means saying no to something else, and it goes vice versa, so saying no to something means that you're making room to say yes for something else. So unless something is exactly what I need, have time for, or want in the present moment, I've said no to it." -Katherine CordenRead More