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Consistency is Bankable

In Emotional Intelligence, Entrepreneurial Tool Box on August 30, 2008 at 9:43 pm

For the past several months I have been working on building an entrepreneurial resource guide. The guide will have over 400 listings of podcasts, articles, workshops, coaches, seminars, webinars, books and anything else related to arts entrepreneurship training my research finds. The goal is to make it an annual or bi-annual guide.

As part of the project, I brought in a couple of different writers as interns from local universities to work on writing up entries, learn how to assemble the “product”, create a marketing plan and ultimately to execute the plan and see it through to fruition.

The plan has been to agree on a certain number of completed entries weekly, take together a pre-recorded online marketing class, and to adhere to a schedule, making revisions as we needed along the way. Our meeting schedule to discuss what we are learning and issues with the project has been by conference call on Friday’s. Recently, however, it became completely apparent that one of the interns was simply unable to keep her obligations and adhere to a schedule. Read the rest of this entry »

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