Imagine we were introduced to each other and the conversation started from that point.
I think there will be lots nice cups of coffee involved and I would love to take you with me, telling you my story.
What should come a long
And now I am thinking, what would you like to know about me?
- Maybe my name? ... We were introduced, so that was easy.
- Where I live? check!
- What I exactly do? check!
- Inspiration sources? check!
- For whom I create, or better said my audience and ideal customer? check!
- What I currently do, my goals, qualities, struggles? check, check, check!
Maybe you have some questions, you didn't even know about.
The good news is:
Work Your Art
Lately Debbie from Work Your Art, asked me all those curious kind of questions. And of course I was happy to give her all the information, she wanted to know about me and my work. It made me dig deeper and I discovered new interesting details about the way I work, as well.
At the sidebar you can find some more information about Work Your Art.
Her questions were all so well chosen, that:
all the answers together create a compelling story,
Before you hop over to 'our' conversation, I first want you to know I am as curious to your story as you are to mine.
So it would be an honor if you could introduce yourself a little bit in the comments below.
Some facts and thoughts you might want to share
What would I like to know about you?
- For example your name,
- Where you come from
- What you do,
- How you found me,
- What I could do for you or what you are looking for,
- Or anything else you like to share with me.
Feel free to share some thoughts with me.
I am interested in you, like you are interested in me.
Chatting in a charming café
So nice to have this conversation. To make this conversation complete, jump over to my story and don't forget to imagine, while reading the interview, you and me sitting in a charming cafe, drinking a nice cup of coffee, and we have that amazing conversation.