The first step to making money with your art is branding yourself as an artist, but defining what you do is about more than being marketable. It's also about focusing your creativity enough to find what's really interesting about it.
I was feeling better about my neck.
I went to a physical therapist about the neck pain I’d been
experiencing. So a few days ago, I was distracting myself by watching Dylan Ratigan’s “Morning Meeting” on
MSNBC while I practiced the boring exercise regimen Melissa, my
therapist, prescribed. Ten reps three times for each exercise holding
light hand weights as I hang over the bed.
62% of Ovarian Cancer PatientsUnder 30 are choosing to freeze entire ovaries or strips of ovarian tissue.Women diagnosed with early-stage ovarian cancerremoval of one ovary has become a real option. This conservative surgery greatly increasesthe chances of preserving fertility.There is a 12 percent Chance that the patient will have a recurrence in their remaining ovary and subsequently may die.Most women resumed normal menstruation or had a successful pregnancy.
Kathy SteeleVice President/Creative Director of Desert Rose Designhttp://www.desertrose.net
Small businesses drive the nation's economy—and with jobs being eliminated, corporate downsizing and more work for less pay, the recession seems to be encouraging people to go into entrepreneurship.
I wish I could say that all you have to do to make a living as an artist is to make exceptional work, but that isn't the case. For one thing, making the work is only half of the effort: the other half is getting the work out there. But, beyond that, work doesn’t have to be better than mediocre in order to sell. Art's marketability lies, in large part, in its presentation.
Many small business owners have great ideas on the best way to build a business. These ideas and tips can pay off in new technology for your small business.
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Small business owners and entrepreneurs have been part of a two year test of hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicles. More than a hundred hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are part of a real world test by five thousand people to put the gas-free, emissions-free fleet on highways and real driving conditions. Recently, a million miles were logged by the volunteer test drivers behind the wheels of the eco-friendly fleet. SBTV.com has been following the test program.