Direct from the Creative Freelancer Conference 2011, join us for an expansion of one of the favorite sessions with veteran “business-minded designer,” Luke Mysse, on exactly how to take yourself seriously as a business person and how to make business planning fun.
After a short presentation from Luke, we’ll go behind the scenes in a Q&A with me (Marketing Mentor, Ilise Benun), asking the questions everyone wants answers to, such as, “How exactly do you get people on your board of advisors?”
Attendees will learn:
- How to create “juicy goals”
- How to stay accountable for your goals
- How to create your own, personal board of advisors
Here’s what creative freelancers said about Luke’s presentation at CFC:
“I liked the practical, yet inspiring, advice Luke had about an evolving business plan, a group of close advisors and being accountable to your goals and dreams.”
“I came away with so many actions I can take immediately to improve my business, and he made the idea of creating a business plan fun (with “juicy” goals).”
BTW: I did the first Best of CFC last month with Von Glitschka and got to spend almost a half hour grilling him about his business processes. If you missed that, it’s not too late. You can still find it here.