with host artist Miriam Schulman
Today, I’m chatting with Michael Roderick, an expert in how to build your network whether that means meeting more artists, gallery directors, members of the press, interior decorators, or social media influencers. Michael helps thoughtful givers become thought leaders through the same methodology he used to go from being a high school English teacher to a Broadway producer in just under two years.
In this podcast, you will discover…
- The four myths of success so you can figure out which mindset is holding you back
- What the TCM index is and how it can help you sell more art or find more time to create it.
- What is the difference between networkers and connectors and which one you want to be
- You’ll also discover the best way to communicate and also apps that will help you do that (hint: it’s not Facebook messenger)
- Leave me a question to be featured on the show: schulmanart.com/ask
- $10 off your Artwork Archive membership: schulmanart.com/archive
- Small Pond Enterprises
Michael Roderick is the founder of Small Pond Enterprises, a company that works at the intersection of relationship building and thought leadership. He helps thoughtful givers become thought leaders through the same methodology he used to go from being a high school English teacher to a Broadway producer in under two years. He is also the founder of ConnectorCon as well as the host of the podcast Access to Anyone.
About the host, Miriam Schulman
In case we haven’t met yet, I’m a watercolor and mixed media artist. My art has been featured in numerous publications such as Somerset Studio, and I’m the founder of The Inspiration Place where I give my students stepping stones to create beautiful art as well as the emotional support they need to stay inspired. See the art I create at art.SchulmanArt.com or learn how to paint with me at TheInspirationPlace.net
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Listener Shout Out of the Week!
“I love all your podcasts. This episode reminded me to get back to journaling. My life has been a crazy rollercoaster ride for the past few months with little or no time to create or let go. I have not been journaling at all either. After listening to today’s podcast, I am reminded how much journaling has helped me for years. Thank you so much Miriam for all the hard work and dedication you put into these podcasts every week. Each episode is priceless.”
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