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July 29, 2013
Drumroll Please…

What an incredible evening I had at The Collective last month, where I led a master class on Arts & Numbers for musicians, mostly drummers. I spoke amid drum sets, keyboards, and production equipment and answered questions from the 30 […]

July 25, 2013
Hire a Ballerina. Or Two.

I don’t know Sarah Jukes, although I’m kind of in love with her, specifically in response to her recent article (re-blogged by The Partnership Movement, courtesy of Americans for the Arts). I spent a recent blog post talking about the […]

July 22, 2013
Contradictory Goals

Sometimes I’m a writer; sometimes I’m a CPA; sometimes I’m a CPA talking to writers. Sometimes I’m an artist; sometimes I’m a finance nerd; sometimes I’m a finance nerd teaching finance to artists. Sometimes the contradictions collide beautifully. And they […]

July 19, 2013
Business Tips for Designers

Yesterday my final blog post for We Blog Design went live. It is the fifth in a five-part series, which covers business tips for designers. In crafting the posts, I sought the insights of three of my favorite designers, Jim […]

July 17, 2013
Events & Media
Me? A Researcher?

I am so excited to announce that I’ll be presenting a paper called, “When I Grow Up I Want to Budget: The Connection Between Non-Art Tasks and a Successful Art Career,” at the Southeastern Conference of Art Colleges in Greensboro, […]

July 14, 2013
A Bastille Day Revolution

Bastille Day is one of my favorite holidays, and not just because of the crepes, wine, cheeses, and beignets. Bastille Day was the day I and several colleagues chose for our own personal revolutions. We had been working on an […]

July 10, 2013
Crafting the Script for a (Financially) Fulfilling Life

Scene One: Stage lights rise on a conference room setting. The center table is full of playwrights, twelve of them, who have just completed a two-day financial literacy boot camp. The organizers of the event stand at the front of […]

June 26, 2013
Events & Media
The Most Delightful Surprises

I prepared to lead last week’s lunch at learn at the Hired Guns Academy by listing the six financial tools I wanted to address and adding a few notes on each. I touched on two of the three, and on […]

June 21, 2013
Shocking: Younger Adults Don’t Favor Online Taxes

It hardly seems necessary to run a poll to derive this fact: Younger adults are opposed to paying sales tax on their online purchases. Nevertheless, Gallup’s recent poll on the subject found just that. Many that fall into the nebulous […]

June 20, 2013
Events & Media
Business Tips for Designers

Thanks to Katie Treggiden of We Blog Design for publishing a series of business tips I penned for designers. My work was simplified tremendously by the help of three designers: Jim Richards of Townscape, Dorie Pickle of Creative Pickle, and […]

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