Conversations can be awkward around the holidays with family that’s not supportive of your career. And for those of you that are not currently working as artists and are in a different career… you may dread telling relatives that you’re still at a job you hate. And some of you are scared to tell your family that you desire to leave a good job to follow your passion.
All of these scenarios are common. Any of these situations can cause stress, anxiety, arguments and even depression. Of course, some people have absolute support from family and friends for their career choice. However, throughout our artistry/Beauty career, we’ve all had people react in odd ways to our telling them what we do for living. Because they are typically imagining a beauty school dropout, low income work or even that we sell cosmetics door to door. Therefore we are often given the look of pity.
But all these experiences can be a thing of the past. In this broadcast, Donna will give you extremely valuable insight, facts & statistics about the career of a freelance artist. This information gives artists so much confidence that instead of dreading the typical family conversations, it allows artists to actually look forward to the often awkward Q & A about our “work.”
Donna refers to the new industry perspective she gives artists, as “massive verbal ammunition” which puts a stop to the irritating, probing questions as well as the condescending attitudes we deal with when it comes to our careers. The ability to shed light on our industry through discussing facts… That you can prove… causes the negative, disapproving naysayers to actually question their former opinions and suddenly take interest in what you have to say.
And, you know Donna… She’ll then show you how to take the conversation a step further and have these people not only admiring you and your career choice, but occasionally questioning their own! Don’t miss this intense life lesson experience On the Art of conversation with from family, friends, relatives during the holiday season and with strangers and acquaintances year-round.