It’s a question that almost every business owner has to face - should you incorporate your business?
It feels so…official. Adult. 😬
But if you’ve hesitated because you fear that incorporating your art business will take away from your creativity or make you "corporate" (in the sense of being dull and milquetoast), don’t!
You still get to be you, and your art still is yours alone.
Actually, incorporating your art business is an investment in your business that shows you are professional, protects you against legal issues, and can help you save money - and earn more, too!
In this episode of 5-Minute Mentoring, I'm going to share five good reasons why you should consider taking this step for your art business, plus some pointers on how to go about making it happen.
Ready to build a business that helps you thrive spiritually, artistically, and financially? Here are 4 ways I can help:
1️⃣ Join Us in November - Every artist was created by God to create with Him to both experience and release His Light and Life through their creative expression. Join us for a powerful 3-day healing event for artists called the “Unlocking the Heart of the Artist Experience” where you can do just that! Click here to learn more ➡️ https://matttommeymentoring.mykajabi.com/unlocking-2022
2️⃣ Read the Book: Check out my book “How to Price Your Art: Pricing with Confidence for Sales & Profit” on Amazon ➡️ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B097XBP733
3️⃣ Create Art and Profit: Discover how to create the art you love while still providing for yourself financially in my “How to Price Your Art” workshop.
Get more details here ➡️ https://thrive.matttommeymentoring.com/how-to-price-your-art-evergreen
4️⃣ Ready to truly thrive? Join the Created to Thrive Artist Mentoring Program to discover how to build your art business and live the abundant life Jesus promised you as an artist in His Kingdom! Click here for details and to enroll! ➡️ https://www.matttommeymentoring.com/artmentor.html
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