The dissatisfied Artist: When business takes over your life (ArtistCEO 1.4)

What happens when business takes over the life of an ArtistCEO?

A dissatisfied artist.

When Shannon takes a break from her exploding business, she realizes she has a problem. Her artist side is starving. Though she’s become better fed financially, and even fulfilled creatively, (building a business is a creative act after all) in the making art department, she’s feeling broke.

As Shannon reflects back on the craziness of the last six months and admits she’s artistically dissatisfied, Kerri wonders if her artist side is unhappy too. Shannon faces her first unhappy client with a job she just can’t seem to get clarity on. Will the pressure be too much?

(ArtistCEO is a narrative podcast, so if you haven’t heard it before, start with Episode 1!)

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