Learning to lead Like a CEO (ArtistCEO 1.3)


Welcome to Episode 3 of ArtistCEO, where Shannon has to learn to lead. Here’s where we are:

As Shannon goes all in on her business, her artist life starts to take a hit, throwing her off balance. Experiencing both burnout and excitement as the business keeps growing, Shannon starts to get serious about learning how to be a leader (even if that means delegating beyond her comfort zone), managing her energy and stepping up to be a true CEO.

The client jobs and the team are bigger and better than ever, but can she sustain a life that neglects her art? What’s the opportunity cost of committing to grow House of Who in this way? Is an ArtistCEO doomed to live a life of regret?

(ArtistCEO is a narrative podcast, so listen to episodes 1 and 2 first if you haven’t already!)

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