Confidence for Creatives
Self Promotion for shy creative people
Tutor & Author Pete Mosley
At the end of the course you will go away more confident with a personal strategy for self-promotion, lots of new ideas and things to try.
Here's what you get!
34 Lessons - plus a growing Links library
6 videos (plus some podcasts too)
Multiple worksheet downloads
Regular updates and additional tools
Really helpful action points
COURSE FEE £32.40*
*Using code as applicable
Confidence | This online toolkit will help you build your confidence in many ways
- Getting over your fear or aversion to selling yourself
- Finding and building relationships with customers and clients
- Understanding how to tell the story that will help them get to know, like and trust you
- Finding your authentic voice and deciding exactly where you can use it to really shine through.
- Help you to be more effective - you'll get better results by doing fewer things to a higher standard
Confidence is a mercurial quality which ebbs and flows for most of us throughout our lives. We have it one minute, then it's gone, then it returns in a different form.
We all need to create our own brand of confidence - we all need to find the places in life where we can truly shine.
This resource is a blend of video, audio, things to read, things to reflect on and things to do. You don't have to start at the beginning and work towards the end. You can dip in and out of the content in any order you choose. Material will be added on regular basis.
Who is it for?
Freelancers. creative people. Self-employed people who work alone. Coaches, therapists or change makers - we all struggle with the same issues. As far as I'm concerned anyone with an idea that they have turned into an income earning proposition is highly creative.
The toolkit will build your confidence in:
Understanding your values, and how to use them to attract and keep customers.
Your 'people' skills.
Selling your stuff - whatever that is.
Valuing what you do - and pricing your work properly.
Speaking and writing about the things you make or do.
Coming across as credible and authentic.
Talking to customers both on and offline
Asking for quotes, testimonials and feedback.
Getting noticed by influential people.
Getting publicity in newspapers and magazines.
Building repeat custom rather than one-off sales.
Asking for help - from the right people - when you need it.
How to get paid - in full and on time! (this section alone will justify your investment in the course).
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the course start and finish?
The course is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Testimonials from Course users
About the tutor
Pete has worked with creative freelancers all his life. He was originally trained as a mentor by Arts Council, has taught and mentored on Craft Council's prestigious Hothouse scheme, was Business Editor for Craft and Design magazine for many years, and is well known for his writing, training and 1-1 coaching with creatives, coaches, therapists and change-makers.
He's trained to Postgraduate level in Business & Personal coaching, and has a Professional Certified Coach credential with the International Coaching Federation.
Pete specialises in mentoring creative professionals who are starting or developing their own creative businesses.
He delivers talks and courses on Creativity and Business & Professional Development for universities, businesses and creative organisations and his experience also includes Project Manager for Derby University's Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice for artists / makers for 12 years.
Pete also writes for many UK and International blogs and magazines. he is author of 'Make Your Creativity Pay’, published in 2011 and ‘The Art of Shouting Quietly, was published on Kindle July 2014.
Because of his extensive expertise Pete Mosley was invited to be on the Panel of Experts for The Bespoke Jewellery Training Company.