Taking only a half-hour a day, develop a complete set of positive habits for how you work at your career, from goal-setting to finances to branding!
The top 3 reasons you're not seeing the results you want:
1) You're not sure what you really want.
2) You're not sure where to start or how to be the most effective.
3) You don't have enough time to really do the work.
NO PROBLEM! This 7-day challenge will get you to DO the work but not by adding hours to your day. Simply follow each step and in 7 days you'll have spruced up your website and social media branding, you'll have done some quality decluttering, pitching, and discovering of what your true goals really are. That plus some social media management and money-making actions to get you what you're looking for. Build great habits that will last your career!
During This Challenge, You Will...
Refresh your Branding
What does that even mean? It means you’ll gather and/or create the message and graphics you need to attract the right fans and customers. Hells yeah!
Research and Pitch
You’re going to strategically target the right people and empower them to help get you where you know you can go!
Create Valuable Content
You don’t need to spend hours a day blogging to have great content. You’ll get in the habit of creating without judgement. Good stuff!
And so much more!
We’ll also tackle money, decluttering, and setting goals all in one week! Hop to it!
As a freelance film/commercial composer and an indie singer/songwriter, Cheryl had to learn how to effectively run her own music career through trial and error. After becoming a creative career coach, she took her years of experience as an entrepreneur and musician and documented her processes, mindset exercises, and money-making must-haves for other musicians and compiled it all in this course!
In her own music career, Cheryl has released four piano-pop records, toured the globe with her band, fully-funded 2 records (raising over $20k each) and has written music for nationally-airing ads like Honey Nut Cheerios and Lowes. She graduated from Cornell University and studied orchestration at Juilliard School of Music. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her mountain-guide husband Silas and basset hound Oliver.