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   7 Ways to Reboot Your Creative Career (NoMatter Where You Live) By Dana P. Rowe            Legal Notice:This ebook is copyrightprotected. This is only for personal use. You cannot amend, distribute, sell,use, quote or paraphrase any part of the content within this ebook without theconsent of the author or copyright owner.

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8GETTING BITCOINS, TRANSACTIONS, KEYS HOWMONEY IS MADE WITH BITCOINS……………………pg. 11BITCOIN AS A CURRENCY, EXCHANGE RATES,MERCHANTS WHO ACCEPT BITCOIN WAYSTO MAKE MONEY WITH BITCOINS….

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25WHAT TO TAKE AWAY FROM THIS BOOK, NEXTSTEPS IntroductionCongratulationsfor taking this first step and committing yourself to resetting your mindsetand rebooting your creative career!If you, like so many other creative artists, have decided it’s time to shakethings up and take your career to the next level, then you’re in the rightplace. I’m going to share some of the surefire techniques I know that will help youfulfill and possibly even exceed all of your creative goals in this comingyear.I am certain that you were put on the earth for a purpose, something only youcan do. And I believe people are waiting for you to step forward and fulfillthat role. I know you want to live an abundant life and get your best work intothe world and my job is to show you how to do just that. Let’s get started.

Chapter1: Find Your Tribe or Mastermind Group If you take a look at organizations such as The BloomsburyGroup (1907-1930s), The Algonquin Round Table (1920s) or Andy Warhol’s Factory(1960s), you might quickly reason that innovation, intellect, andaccomplishment to travel in packs. Several members of these and other comparablegroups went on to achieve amazing things. So the idea that your colleagues can inspireand cultivate higher levels of imagination and productivity is not farfetched inthe slightest. In fact, it’s a fact. Connecting with your colleagues allows you to exchange ideas, motivation,support, and advice. Make sure you gauge your frame of mind and intentionsafter reaching out to your peers. You know you’ve found the right group or tribefor you when you leave feeling inspired, proud, motivated, and prepared to moveahead.

This concept brings up to the idea of Mastermind Groups. Originally conceived andformally introduced by Napoleon Hill in the early 1900’s, Mastermind Groups aimto put multiple individuals together to accomplish incredible goals. In histimeless classic, “Think And Grow Rich” he wrote about the Mastermindprinciple as: “The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or morepeople, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit ofharmony.” The mastermind Artist Groups I lead use Internet video technology to bringtogether Arts Professionals from all over the world to empower and inspire oneanother to get their best work into the world.

The work the individuals areable to accomplish as a result of these groups is thrilling. We’re lucky, aren’t we? Living in this Internet-powered age means we no longerneed to live in a major arts hub in order to connect with people who share ourinterests, aspirations and passions.  Chapter 2: Join a Creative Group Messageboards, email groups, topical blogs and social media sites are just a clickaway but don’t underestimate the power of connecting with real live humanbeings. That’s when the real work and growth begins. We all have different goals so only you know what that ideal ‘outlet’ for youlooks like. As an aspiring musical composer in Columbus, Ohio, finding my tribe and findingcreative outlets meant getting active in the community and professionaltheatres in my area. Every time I participated, whether it was as sounddesigner, actor, musical director or musician, it lead to another opportunityto take on responsibility and/or perform. Eventually one of those theatresproduced one of my early shows, which lead to its publication, which lead tomyriad other creative opportunities.

Well, you get the idea. I’m convinced mybecoming a part of the community was key. And you know what? Those people arestill my friends today and I count them as some of the most talentedpeople I’ve had the opportunity to work with. So what happens if you don’t have a local outlet for meeting your people? Youstart one of your own. Talk it up. Brainstorm with potential collaborators and advertise yourintentions to your students, schools, in coffee shops, music stores, recordingstudios, and in short, to your tribe. If you have a website, be sure to postand start a dialogue there as well.

Your goal is to start an actual meet-upwhere you share new work and new ideas with people in your area. Be sure to setup ground rules from the start to ensure a safe atmosphere for nurturingcreativity and share leadership responsibilities with other group members soyou still have time and opportunity to do your own creative work.  Chapter3: Teach or Mentor While you are writing the next award winning musical or hitsong or in addition to updating your own audition materials, be sure to sharewhat you have learned with someone else who has less experience. Teaching andmentoring is much more than a potential stream of income.

And, truth be told,if you can afford to do it without pay, it ends up being even more rewarding.When you break down your skills and concepts into bite size portions for a beginnerit helps you focus your own goals, helps you solidify your own skills, improvesyour sense of purpose and raises your self-esteem. It’s true, somethingdownright magical happens when you encourage and inspire others.  Chapter 4: Never Stop Being a StudentGoback to school, take a workshop, learn to play a new instrument, attend aconvention or read a good book Chapter5: Take a Social Media Vacation Bitcoinis certainly one of the most interesting revolutions of our time. Who would’veknown that something created digitally with no physical counterpart couldactually be used as a real form of money? After all, at the end of the day,Bitcoin is really nothing more than a collection of data in a computersomewhere. It’s incredible to think that you could have thousands of dollars inyour bank account simply by trading away some data. Cryptocurrencyreally does show the wonders of technology in this day and age. People havecreated new forms of money in their offices with nothing more than a fewcomputers and some technical knowledge.

If such predictions aboutcryptocurrency are true, they will make up a significant portion of thefinancial market in many years’ time. Bitcoin’sfuture might be hard to predict, but the increasing popularity for thecryptocurrency can only mean that more people will come to adopt it. The morepeople adopt Bitcoin, the more people will find new ways to strike it rich inthis new market.

There are countless opportunities for those who invest theirtime and money into Bitcoin and the possibilities are endless.  Chapter6: Write a Eulogy Iknow! Right?! You hardly know me and already I’m pulling shenanigans like this.However, if you’ve read this far, I think it’s safe to assume you are lookingfor a dose of urgency in your life. A good old “kick in the seat of the pants”or a little “sh*t just got real” realness never hurt anyone.

In his book, “Show Your Work”, Austin Kleon suggests reading the obituarysection of the newspaper every morning in order to learn from the mediocrity ofothers. So I’ll go one further – write your own obituary: a) Two minutes. b) Twosentences. c) No limitations.

D) Anything is possible. What is it you want to be remembered for?Chapter7: Hire an Arts Coach Workingwith the right coach can have a profound impact both on your success andfulfillment. A good coach will:Create a safe environment in which people see themselves more clearlyIdentify gaps between where the client is and where the client needs or wantsto beAsk for more intentional thought, action and behavior changes than the clientwould have asked of him or herselfGuide the building of the structure, accountability, and support necessary toensure sustained commitmentSuccessful athletes obviously understand the power of coaching.

The UnitedKingdom Coaching Strategy describes the role of the sports coach as one that”enables the athlete to achieve levels of performance to a degree that maynot have been possible if left to his/her own endeavors.” Innovativecompanies understand that coaching can help career-minded professionals increasetheir performance at work. They invest in coaching for their senior leaders andhigh potentials. The good news is that coaching isn’t just for executivesanymore.Given the significant commitment of money and time a coach would require fromyou, it would be in your best interest to spend some quality time on selectingthe right coach. How to find a coachInterview several and have sample sessions.

You want to make sure you have arapport with your coach and can have the basis for respect and trust. Ask for asample session. Ask for references. And at the end, trust your “gut”feeling in this process.Know what you want in a coach. Do you have a male or female, or age preferencefor your coach? Are there specific personal styles that you are drawn to? Tothe extent you can articulate clearly what you are looking for, you can findyour match faster.Know what you need. Coaching is not therapy.

Make sure you understand thedifference between the two and are really seeking the right venue for your needs.Here’s information on my coaching practice. I specialize in coaching ArtsProfessionals, helping them to live abundantly and get their best work into theworld. And use the form HERE to schedule a complimentary session to see ifwe’re a fit. Chapter7: Conclusion Workingwith the right coach can have a profound impact both on your success andfulfillment.

 A good coach will:Create a safe environment in which people see themselves more clearlyIdentify gaps between where the client is and where the client needs or wantsto beAsk for more intentional thought, action and behavior changes than the clientwould have asked of him or herselfGuide the building of the structure, accountability, and support necessary toensure sustained commitmentSuccessful athletes obviously understand the power of coaching. The UnitedKingdom Coaching Strategy describes the role of the sports coach as one that”enables the athlete to achieve levels of performance to a degree that maynot have been possible if left to his/her own endeavors.” Innovativecompanies understand that coaching can help career-minded professionals increasetheir performance at work.

They invest in coaching for their senior leaders andhigh potentials. The good news is that coaching isn’t just for executivesanymore.Given the significant commitment of money and time a coach would require fromyou, it would be in your best interest to spend some quality time on selectingthe right coach. How to find a coachInterview several and have sample sessions.

You want to make sure you have arapport with your coach and can have the basis for respect and trust. Ask for asample session. Ask for references. And at the end, trust your “gut”feeling in this process.Know what you want in a coach. Do you have a male or female, or age preferencefor your coach? Are there specific personal styles that you are drawn to? Tothe extent you can articulate clearly what you are looking for, you can findyour match faster.

Know what you need. Coaching is not therapy. Make sure you understand thedifference between the two and are really seeking the right venue for your needs.