Dear David, Congratulations on your newly updated book, “The Automatic Millionaire! What a great book, I read TAM when it was hot off the press! More specifically, I wanted to thank you for sharing your wisdom and the wisdom of your grandmother in “Smart Women Finish Rich.” Because of Smart Women Finish Rich, of which I read back in 2003(?)…I was able to get out … Continue reading An Open Letter to David Bach
Digital Video Capturing – AJH Do you ever feel like you have got what it takes and then… MURPHY’S LAW TAKES OVER?! Well that is me today with my presentation for tonight. Don’t you know that I travelled all the way from my home in Annapolis, Maryland to my graduate school across from the White House and…. I HAVE THE WRONG PRESENTATION FOR TONIGHT!!! UGH!!! … Continue reading Digital Video Presentation & Murphy’s Law!!!
I was researching art and business this weekend. I just happened to find Art Coach and Gallery Owner, Paul Klein. Check out his great talk on HOW TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL ARTIST! Continue reading Art Career Advisor – Paul Klein
http://mdvla.org/2014/10/03/free-copyright-clinic-october-18-at-univ-of-baltimore-school-of-law/ Free Copyright Clinic – October 18 at Univ. of Baltimore School of Law Are you a lawyer or law student wanting to learn how to register copyrights? Are you an artist needing to copyright your works of art? Perhaps you’re both! JOIN US! Saturday, October 18th, 9am-1pm at the University of Baltimore School of Law (1420 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201) for our … Continue reading Free Artists Copyright Clinic in B-More!!!
I absolutely love, http://www.Makers.com, an initiative created by AOL Broadcasting. Makers is a collection of interviews of prominent and often famous females including, Judy Blume, Jane Fonda, Ellen DeGeneres, and Dr. Ruth to name just a few. I truly enjoyed watching the interview of First Female Comic Executive, Jenette Kahn. Please take a moment to watch the interview clips here: http://www.makers.com/jenette-kahn-1 Continue reading Jenette Kahn – First Female Comic Executive
The topic of Social Capital came up in class the other week. So I looked up what exactly Social Capital means and how it relates to Art Education. Check out what I found on BetterTogether.org*: http://www.bettertogether.org/socialcapital.htm *What does “social capital” mean? The central premise of social capital is that social networks have value. Social capital refers to the collective value of all “social networks” [who … Continue reading What is Social Capital?