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With Sue Jenkins
Originally aired on Wednesday, August 14, 2019
You never know when business opportunities might come knocking on your door. How can you be ready to take advantage of those opportunities?
In August’s webinar we will learn about the concept of “holding oneself in readiness” so you are prepared to open the door to that knock.
Sue Jenkins will present five simple success magnet actions that artists and designers can take to translate this concept to a creative business career. Get ready to grow your career in a more active and meaningful way.
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In this webinar, Sue will share five magnets for success along with tips on how to prepare yourself so you’re ready when opportunities knock on your door.
Sue Jenkins is a web designer and developer, a fine art photographer, illustrator, and creative director of Luckychair.com. She is an award-winning software instructor online at LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com), the author of several “For Dummies” books on Web and Graphic Design, and an Associate Professor of Art at Marywood University in Scranton, PA.
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