The International Association of Creative Arts Professionals Invites You to...
A Private Coaching Session
A Deep Dive to Get Your Questions Answered
We are just a couple of months away from turning the pages on the 2019 calendar and starting a New Year. All too soon, 2019 will be a memory.
How did you make out on your goals for 2019? Did you find it hard to stick to your plans? Perhaps you had a successful year, only you realized you are playing way too small. Or maybe you are stuck with what your next steps are for moving your business forward.
Making time for marketing, developing big goals, and moving forward on them is often a big challenge for many of my clients.
Yet when they invest the time and resources, it always pays off big time.
A year or so ago, I was chatting with a few creatives who asked me if I had smaller packages available than the six months I usually offer. These clients said that they only needed about an hour to pick my brain about marketing strategies, starting to blog, list building, getting results on social media, or using calls-to-action.
Since my mission is to help creative arts professionals build their business, I decided to offer occasional one-hour one-on-one coaching sessions where people could ask questions, get feedback, and a build a plan of action. That way I could reach more people — just like you — and help them get their art out in the world.
For $147, you can spend one hour on the phone with me. I’ll even record it and send you a copy. We can discuss your biggest marketing and business challenges. I'll consult, advise, coach, and help you get past the roadblocks that keep you from taking action.
EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TIME OFFER: For a limited time, you can buy a one-hour Creative Arts Business Clinic coaching session with me for $147 and use it whenever you want through June 30,2020. I have limited slots and when they are gone, they are gone. So don't delay if this resonates with you.
Fine print: not available to current or past private/group/CABS clients.
You can purchase the call here.
My clients get really powerful results from coaching calls.
Recently, I helped someone get started doing Facebook Live videos and she’s seen a mega increase in her Facebook Page likes as a result. In five months she went from less than 300 page likes to more than 1,000 And, she’s had one video with more than 6,000 views. Wow!
Another stalled out on building her following and I got her started blogging. Today she gets regular interaction with her tribe, and more importantly clients for her longarm business.
One of my clients even calls me “the distiller,” because I’m able to listen to where she is and put it into perspective with action plans. I can’t take the credit for her success. All she really needed was support, guidance, and a plan. Plus a spark of inspiration to take action.
If you're interested in taking advantage of the Creative Arts Business Clinic, just click here to purchase the clinic. You’ll get a link to schedule your call. We’ll follow up with you if you don’t connect with us, too.
Kirstyn Cogan, skipstonecreative.com
I registered for the "When it Absolutely, Positively Has to be Done in 30 Days" workshop not knowing what to expect. The support and encouragement I got from participating was not only FUN, but was a real shot in the arm to finally get a newsletter marketing campaign up and running. I learned so much from everyone in the group. Morna is a gifted facilitator, motivator and coach with vision and insight that truly moved us all forward.
Trish Stuart, trishstuart.com
Meeting Morna made such a difference in the way I viewed issues in my business that I was attempting to deal with on my own. I call her "The Distiller" because she was able to quickly (!) condense what had been swirling around in my head and put them all in perspective. It was amazing the way she could see to the core of what was working and not working for me. I was at a point where I was not sure if I should continue in my business or look for "a real job". She gave me pointers on how to make that decision and then directed me to a foundational issue. If I made the decision to stick it out I needed to regain an understanding of why I started this business which in turn restores that passion. I believe Morna not only understands the practical side of building a business but has a real empathy and understanding of the emotional side of it. This balance between the two is huge, making her an extremely effective, well-rounded coach. She doesn't tell you what to do, she leads you to see the possibilities. If you are struggling you need Morna. If you are having a meteoric success you still need Morna to help juggle all of your balls. You don't have to be a one man show if Morna is on your team.
Something amazing happens when you finally stop waiting and decide to invest in yourself. The momentum of simply taking a small step ripples and stuff starts getting done! I’d love to help you move past your inertia and get real results with your marketing this next year.
So what's stopping you?
Maybe you don’t know what to do or where to start.
Maybe you’ve been waiting for the right time, the right offer, or the right price point.
Or maybe you’ve hesitated to move forward because you desperately needed someone — maybe a distiller — to guide you, to cheer you on, and to hold you accountable to yourself and your goals.
Now is the time to take action. The Creative Arts Business Clinic is the perfect opportunity to get the support you need. I’d love to help you reach your goals, make more money next year, and create the life and business of your dreams.
Remember, you can use your call anytime through June 30, 2020, but you can only purchase it at this price for a limited time.
Click here to get started now.
Can't wait to help you make 2020 your best year ever!
Christine Scholz, backsidefabrics.com
I was definitely at a crossroads. Business was down and I was trying to figure out what to do and questioning whether I should even continue with my current business structure. I had way too many ideas and lacked direction and focus. I really needed help. Everything changed! Right before I started coaching with Morna, I switched to a newly designed website and platform, and business started to explode. She went from coaching me on "how to increase business" to "how to handle the business explosion." Morna helped me figure out who my core customer was, where I should be focusing my time and resources, and how to handle the increase in business. For every question I asked her she had at least two or three great action ideas or resources to consult. Her skills, knowledge and objective point of view allowed her to point out considerations to me that many times I hadn't even thought of. Her wealth of knowledge of the industry and business in general proved to be invaluable to me. Just do it! It will be well worth your time and money!
Elaine Perez, summercrafter.com
Before working with Morna I was stuck. I knew what I wanted to do but didn't know how to get it done. I had no knowledge about the quilting industry or how to get into it. As a result of working with Morna, I was able to set and work toward specific goals. As I moved forward, she was able to guide me into reaching those goals in a way that was natural FOR ME, more right brained, rather than systematic and it made a big difference in my productivity. In addition, I was able to make great contacts and see the Quilting Industry as a "big picture" I could fit into which also boosted my husband's confidence in the potential success of my new business in pattern design. The weekly "reflections" also helped steer me as I saw challenging issues that kept coming up repeatedly and figure out how to overcome them and get out of the "overwhelm" zone. Working with Morna is like a focus lens on your camera. You can adjust it from "micro" to "macro" focusing on very small aspect of your business and zoom out to see the big picture. Morna will do this for you and "hold your hand" along the way. I especially appreciated her encouragement, shared resources and expertise in the quilting industry. Without her coaching, I would still be stuck with a business idea and no action plan.
Book your call today to pick my brain!
$147 (Regularly $247)
Meet Your Coach...
Morna McEver Golletz is the founder and CEO of the International Association of Creative Arts Professionals. For more than two decades she has been helping women — and some cool men — craft successful businesses from their passions in the creative arts.
In 2012, she created the Creative Arts Business Summit (CABS) which continues to grow as the pre-eminent place to learn how to take your creative business to the next level and to connect with like-minded creative arts entrepreneurs.
Morna turned her passion for art — sewing and quilting — into a business. She’s had a needle in her hands since the age of three when she threaded needles for her great-great grandmothers. She made clothes, first for her dolls and then for herself. And, a sewing machine was her first major purchase when she was out on her own. She learned to quilt in January 1977, after watching a quilter at a local show in Charlotte, N.C. After the first class, she bought a book of block patterns, went through her sewing scraps, and was hooked. It wasn’t long before she made quilting her profession. She began teaching locally, progressing to teaching on the national level. An award-winning quilter, she also sold her original design quilts and quilted clothing at juried and non-juried craft shows. She was the only quilter in The Creative Hand, a fine crafts cooperative, in a mall in Exton, Pa., where she further developed her business skills.
Many people ask Morna what led her to The Professional Quilter and Create Inc., publications of ICAP. Morna always loved writing and after a family move to Harrisburg, Pa., she went back to school, earned a masters of journalism and worked as a journalist. Of course, she wrote about quilts, quilters and quilting, but she also handled lots of free-lance assignments for a daily paper covering everything from food to health topics. When The Professional Quilter was for sale, Morna realized her dream to combine her avocation as a quilter with her vocation as a journalist.
As the daughter of an artist, she also grew up in an environment that fostered an appreciation for the arts. She remembers arts and crafts activities, museum trips, her own creativity encouraged. She took numerous art courses in college as well as after she graduated. Today in addition to managing ICAP, Morna teaches business-focused classes to creative arts professionals. While Morna doesn’t find as much time to make art today as she used to, she loves working with creative people. It combines her love of art, fabric and quilting, her training as a journalist and her skills at marketing and business development.
Morna lives in Montgomery County, Maryland. When she’s not managing her business or working on her own art, you might find her trying a new recipe, engrossed in a mystery novel, or exploring the beauty of Maryland’s Eastern Shore where her family has a second home.
If you have questions about this coaching opportunity, please reach out to us here.