Ep 24: Connecting Your Creative Dots with Wes Eisenhauer

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As a creative, I’ve experienced many phases of my passion for entrepreneurship/business. In my early music career, I discovered my love for marketing, branding, and putting together live events. I was satisfied with simply creating music, I wanted to study great marketing tactics and start my own music movement with other local bands. That’s why it’s no surprise I ended up here;)

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.” Steve Jobs

In today’s episode, I chatted with fellow creative, Wes Eisenhauer. Wes and I have many things in common which is why I enjoyed this conversation. From having a successful, independent music career to discovering his love for photography, Wes is a creative who embraced the journey as a professional artist.  Giving himself permission to launch his photography business while indulging in other passion projects. He credits his success to being open to the pivotal moments and having a great support system.

I believe you will dig this episode. Wes is a bonafide creative that simply did the work and shared it with the world. As he mentions in this episode, just do what makes you happy and the money will follow. Enjoy!

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