Wanting to be valued for your skill, talent, and hard work is absolutely natural. If you’re good at something, I believe you deserve to be valued. If you also love what you’re good at, then I strongly believe you deserve to be valued even more.
You might be good at music, art, writing, film, performing, speaking, leading, creating, building, managing or organizing. If you love what you do, then you should be highly valued for what you produce.
We don’t have to settle to be underpaid creatives. I don’t believe in starving artists; I believe in thriving artists and valued creatives.
What is value? For most of us, it’s money. And that’s ok. Creative people deserve to be paid and paid well if they’re good at their work and love doing it. Value can also be defined in other ways, too. It’s up to each person to define what value is for them.
Imagine a world where everyone loves what they do and is valued. That’s the world I want to live in.
I want to help you be valued for your work, especially if you’re a creative, an entrepreneur, or a change-maker.
Contact me. Let’s talk about value and why you deserve it.
Photo of me playing live at the Mystic Theater in Petaluma, California by Bob Hakins.