A true visionary, The Artist knows exactly how to say a hard thing in a simple way. And now? She’s opening the doors of her studio to you.
Watch your confidence skyrocket as you say bye-bye to your ever-growing collection of drafts and hello to a healthy ‘sent’ folder.
Spend less time and energy wondering what to say and more time practicing your craft.
Communicate clearly with your clients. No more looming question marks. No more confusion around project expectations.
With an unfaltering eye for the details, she knows when something is slightly off, and when it’s exquisitely balanced.
Her superpower? She has a fine-tuned ability to communicate exactly what she means, with perfect clarity. From the art she creates, to how she introduces her exhibitions on opening night, to how she speaks with her community and her clients - thanks to her honed ability for connection, her audience, they just get it.
She’s gentle, assertive, imaginative, and confident - all rolled into one. Get some studio time with her, and before you know it, you’ll be expressing yourself with masterful deliberacy too.
Seeking to get out from under the mental overwhelm and spend less time wondering what to say and how to say it? The Artist will set you up with 33 email templates for you to copy, paste, save, and personalise.
For service-based businesses, she’ll help you craft your emails into masterpieces (even the tricky ones).
She’s a big believer in the art of simplicity - so think of it as less like an exhaustive masterclass, and more like a colour-by-numbers.
No, I can’t do a rush job
Because good work takes time.
No, I am fully booked
How to say you can’t take on their business right now.
No, I can’t work for free
How to say “no” to freebies without it getting awkward.
No, I can’t be available outside of my work hours (x 2)
How to let them know nicely you won't be able to talk, or work on the project during out-of-office hours.
No, this is out of scope
When they ask you to do more than your original project scope and you have to tame the scope creep.
How to say “no”
The proposal and consultation follow-up (x 2)
How to seal the deal.
The quote follow-up (x 2)
How to check-in after you’ve had nothing but crickets in response to your quote
The project timeline lay-out
How to set out project timelines from the get-go.
The constructive feedback request
How to ask for constructive feedback, because you want to make sure all your work is A+.
The first invoice (for clients who pre-pay)
How to shoot over your first invoice without the awkward.
The request for access
How to ask for the logins you need to carry out your service.
The praise appeal (x 2)
How to ask for that masterpiece testimonial.
The payment chase
How to remind them they’ve missed your invoice.
How to say a hard thing in the right way
I’m heading out of office (x 2)
Let your clients know you’re about to head away on holiday, without making them think they won’t be looked after.
I’m raising my prices
Letting your clients know you're about to raise your prices (without the freak out).
Keeping them updated
When they say you’re too expensive (x 2)
How to respond respectfully when they say you’re too expensive.
When your visions don’t align (x 2)
How to say it kindly.
When they’ve gone MIA (x 2)
And you are still waiting for that response
When they’ve breached your agreement
How to tell them you’ll be terminating your agreement.
When you’ll be stopping work because you have not paid
Letting them know you will be putting a halt on their work until you are paid.
When you need to break up with a client
Letting them go, in a respectful yet professional way.
When you need to tell them you made a mistake
How to own a mistake without causing drama.
When it's going to cost more than you planned
When you need to update your initial quote.
When it’s going to take longer than you planned
When your original timeline won’t be met.
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