Welcome to the seventh episode of Smart Art Business, a podcast created to help artists thrive.

If you are reading this, you are most likely an artist that invests a lot of time, energy and resources into creating your artwork.  Over the coming months, we will be chatting with artists and industry professionals to bring you ideas and suggestions on how to refine your work, increase your sales, and broaden your audience.

In this episode, we chat with television host,  Amber Browning-Coyle on how to successfully talk about your artwork with confidence and passion.

Amber Browning-Coyle is an experienced host and producer whose credits include numerous national television networks. Amber has combined her skills in marketing, production and hosting with her passion for helping individuals to find their voice. Amber is set to launch am upcoming class series on finding authenticity in your personal story and how to confidently speak in public.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Overcoming the fear of public speaking
  • Body Language and its importance
  • Sell Strategies
  • Getting out of your comfort zone
  • Going live on social media
  • Authenticity

Here is a list of resources mentioned in this episode:

We hope you find this episode packed with value and resources that help you with your art business. We wish you ongoing success.

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