Masterclass in Organizing for Creative People

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, November 09, 2017

I gave a masterclass to workshop creative people's career issues at Foyles' flagship store in London in August. Find the link to it here...

 Read More

You pay for copyright all the time

Sheila Chandra - Monday, April 10, 2017

Think you don’t pay anyone other than artists for copyright? It’s just not true. So why do some people begrudge remunerating creative people?

 Read More


Recent Posts


buying hope wind down partners friends organizing for creative people VIPs cleaning your desk great art myth emotionally secure artist smart artists letting go career strategy social media networking sheila chandra coaching artistic chaos getting ready for work stay on top of email precious memories proposal writing exhaustion organisation cry 2018 goals the void feeling creative buying youth successful artist creative spark tips for clearing slow and steady under-confidence symptoms of creativity collections commitment emotional resilience slim-line wardrobe control green room low maintenance strategies popular culture diagnosis friendships hostile clutter pop music work efficiently tidy feel like creatiing lifetimes diary stop cluttering artistry confident in clothes peacefulness stardust copyright normality goals clear desk display items vocation living mess free double standard great artists creative ambitions email business long-term artistic development work priorities imagination jealousy business-like organise hoarding creative commissions nurture creativity vulnerability staying in control efficient work patterns buying wealth arrogance cupboard of shame anxiety clarity of thought email overload touring professional mentors email bankruptcy theft time clutter static spaces grief introverts binge being organized artist goals working class artists network networking boredom innocence mornings creative organising spree minimalists how to work efficiently good creative habits loving your audience tidier branding much better friend culture funding morning routines emotional balance artistic conviction creative magic clutter mature artists work trips clearing in short bursts compulsion tension proposals elevator pitch creativity work life artist mentoring card tidy people creativity diary critical acclaim cleaning brilliant creator clean desk too many commitments how to be naturally tidy nurturing creative work Sheila Chandra author creative culture streamlining routines buying stardust workspaces business interface to creative businesses writing funding campaigns buying happiness resentment home care loss celebrity endorsed products magic nascent artists home organising to do list creative career : clothes clearing stay tidy automatically low maintenance why organise tortoise and hare absences professional creative career tidy desk good friend hijacking creativity overwork appointments motivation working class culture procrastination disorganization options business-speak visualising domestic life artist workspaces stop hoarding stuff ‘stories’ about your possessions saving time artist mentors professional encouragement ‘creativity’ clear outs effortlessly tidy brands multiple lifetimes being tripped up platform networking effectively how to save time storage clearing as you go trope peer-to-peer networks clearing clutter temperament creative wellbeing childhood just in case fine art housework much quicker living clutter free productivity artist wardrobe concentrated creative time warm down focus car pop culture bulk buy creative people lazy well curated closet social media clutter addict crowdfunding inspiration making decisions parent fall of innocence too busy new year artists sacrifice dynamic spaces self promotion artist materials home life well organized creative career coaching creative person hotel room creative confidence chaotic missed opportunities emotional support inconvenience mess creative identity work/home life balance criteria for letting go of stuff quality nipping things in the bud hobbies tidiness in living spaces subconscious mind buy fewer clothes good art work guilty purchases