Someone from back home (Washington state) asked me the last week, "How's the book tour going?" my response was, "I'm on a book tour?!?!" Here's the email I just sent to my tribe...
My latest Badassery Magazine article - all about how bravery skills can build your bank account. A must-read for all my entrepreneurial peeps!
There's no need to hide under the sheets. And trust me when I say you don't have to be the idiot running around a networking event shoving business cards into every hand you can find. Yuck. Gross.
In this free masterclass, you'll learn: how to use your fear of self-promotion and your creative expression to build your biggest bravery yet! We'll discuss the 3 biggest secret weapons any creative visionary often overlooks when they're planning and prepping for a season of self-promotion.
Learn how to create a ritual around your next season of bravery. Conclude the previous season, make space for the upcoming season, envision the possibilities, identify the friction, map out a plan-of-action, and celebrate accordingly!
You'll receive instructional videos, a .pdf guidebook to use while you're "offline" and a 6-part ritual with easy, step-by-step action items!
You know that thing you're scared sh*tless to do? Here's your chance to GO for it! I double-dog dare you! No, really. That's the whole point.
Join me in a 5-day exploration of how to squeeze the sweetness out of fear so your life, your business, your creativity, and you can become what you were put on this earth to do!
When sh*t hits the fan, don't be the idiot who just grins and bears it. In this free online class, you'll learn how to embrace changes in life by using your fear and your creative expression to build your biggest bravery yet!
To celebrate the release of the book, I was interviewed by Marc-André Laframboise on Why bravery is the most important thing in your business. Check it out!
Today’s question is “What do you do to get into your creative zone?” Submitted by Lars Carl Schmid in Switzerland 🇨🇭
4 Helpful tips for navigating social situations when you don’t want to discuss certain topics with certain people
Today’s question is “What advice do you have to keep the momentum even when there isn’t an actual deadline?”
I wrote this song for the Bushwick Book Club's most recent concert featuring songs inspired by Lindy West's book Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman. (Pictured above, you'll see her sitting right in front of the stage! No pressure!) Lindy West is most definitely one of my modern heroines. She writes these killer articles for the New York Times and always has such important, powerful things to say.
Today’s questions are from the Bare Naked Bravery Community. What do you do when you’re in a slump? What your best advice for starting a Patreon Page?
Stage fright. When it’s bad, it’s really bad. Here are 6 tips to help overcome your fear of the stage.
If you’re reading this, most likely you’ve found yourself at one time or another feeling like a friend, family member, client, or student has stepped on your toes.
I know us artists can overdramatize things sometimes...but HOLY HELL. Today was such a shit show of grief!
This week's #AskEmilyAnn we've got a special guest Sherrie McCarthy and we're talking all about LIVING ON A SAILBOAT!!!