Welcome to another episode of The Zen Courses Show! I am thrilled to have Alyson Stanfield joining us today. Alyson has been working with artists for many years. Today, she’s here to share a behind the scenes look at Art Biz Coach and her Art Career Success System (ACSS), which has helped many of her clients grow their careers. Alyson has a lot to share about building an art career, the challenges she faced in her business journey, and some tips as a coach working with artists.
A quick note from Alyson: Since this interview, Art Biz Coach has become Art Biz Success.
ART BIZ SUCCESS!
After teaching artists for a while, Alyson developed a framework called the Art Career Success System. ACSS is comprised of four programs:
The Creative Content Camp, which helps artists create their contents.
The Fan Boosting Formula, which teaches artists about cultivating relationships in your art career.
Art Biz Accelerator, which is about the places where you show and sell your art.
Lastly, we have the Magnetic You which is all about presentation, speaking and branding as an artist.
Listen to Learn
00:03 Episode Intro, Getting to know the speaker (Alyson Stanfield)
01:08 Rapid 5
04:32 Alyson's journey into Art Biz Coach
08:40 The Art Career Success System (ACSS), How Alyson's online courses started?
11:56 Who is this for and what problem does it solve?
13:06 The structure of ACSS and its four programs
15:33 Challenges that came in making ACSS
19:28 The activities included in each program
22:13 Is there anything you would have done differently?
26:33 Working through some of the mental blocks of clients towards success?
30:53 What's next for Alyson - updates and events, end notes
Where to Find Alyson
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Lastly, I want to say THANK YOU to Alyson for sharing her story with us!