Why Small Businesses & Artists Need ChatBots


In today’s digital age, having an online presence is no longer optional; it’s a necessity. Whether you’re a small business owner, an indie artist, or part of a band, a well-designed website is your digital storefront. However, the journey doesn’t stop at just having a website. Enter ChatBots—your virtual assistants that can revolutionize the way … Continue Reading

Balancing Art and Worship


Balancing Artistry and Worship: Can a Christian Artist Separate Concert Performance from Worship Leading? The line between being a performer and a worship leader can be blurry for many Christian artists. They find themselves at a crossroads between artistic expression and devotion to leading others in worship. This blog post will explore this fascinating dilemma … Continue Reading

PRO-TIP “Home Concert ‘Live’ Broadcasting”


Since we’re pretty much still in quarantine and social distancing many artists – labeled and Indie alike – are broadcasting mini-concerts “live” from their homes. While this gives the audience an intimate look into their home lives, it can also project a negative impression. Why? Because your shoes are stacked in the corner. I see … Continue Reading

How can we help YOU make 2019 your best year ever?


And the LORD answered me: “Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it. (Habakkuk 2:2) Have you written down your vision for 2019? Do you have specific goals for this year based on what you did (and did not) accomplish in 2018? If not, let me help you! … Continue Reading

How To “Go Ye” When Your Audience Is The Church


You’ve written a mission statement reflecting your calling. Your vision statement clearly reflects that calling to “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.” But week after week, gig after gig your audience is composed of church folks who … Continue Reading