Goal Setting Workshop for Illustrators – Book Now for January 2022

Join Inkygoodness and other creative business owners for a morning of goal setting and preparation to get you ready for a brand new year!

Kickstart your success in the new year with our goal setting Pep Talk workshop.

You’re invited to join Inkygoodness founder and artist mentor Lisa Hassell for a 90 minute group session to discuss your creative challenges, unpack what might be holding you back and come together in this one-off interactive group workshop to get you feeling refreshed and refocused for the year ahead.

What’s included:

  • Online group workshop for creatives of all disciplines
  • Goal setting and preparation for the new year
  • 30 minute follow up coaching session to keep you on track and accountable
  • Early access to Inkygoodness Collective membership (launching January 2022)
  • Connect with like-minded artists, designers and illustrators
  • *£39 per person, includes a goal setting action plan!

Your booking includes the workshop, a 30 minute 1:1 coaching call to keep you on track and early access to Inkygoodness Collective Membership*. Sessions will be recorded for replay access. Max 20 spaces per session.

Goal Setting Workshops:

  • Thursday 13th January @ 6pm – 7.30pm GMT – 10 spaces per session
  • Friday 14th January @ 10.30am – 12pm GMT – 10 spaces per session

You will have a choice of which session to attend when you sign up.

Session costs £39 per person.

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*Requires subscription. Workshop includes 60 days inclusive access to Inkygoodness Collective worth $29, commencing 14th January 2022. Monthly subscription fee $14.99 thereafter. Cancel anytime. Read our full t’s & c’s here.

Pep Talk Testimonials

“I updated my portfolio website to showcase my illustrations on your advice and in the last few months I’ve created greeting cards for American Greetings and Paper Culture, and won first place in a design challenge with Minted. I created capsule collections and started a shop page on Fy! I’ve now quit my job and work as a freelance illustrator full time. Just wanted to say THANK YOU for the pep talk and pointing me in the right direction. It’s led to so many opportunities and recent success!” Jessica, June 2021
“Thanks to your advice to follow up with Art Directors more than once I landed a commission for the New York Times! Can’t thank you enough for the portfolio session.” Aleksandra, November 2020

“Thank you so much for your time and your insight. You’re wonderfully motivating! I left the call with you and felt like I had had such a great boost. The great action plan you have sent makes it all feel doable!”Emily, June 2020

“Thank you so much for the chat last week- it was really useful and I have already started to touch on some of the short term goals that you mentioned!” Chloe, May 2020

“I cannot stress enough how helpful your advice is for me. I have always wanted to find the right person who can give honest feedback on my work and to guide me; sometimes it’s hard to tell if one is working in the right direction or if what has been done so far is making any sense at all. Your advice has exceeded my expectations. I love the way you phrased those statements. It’s incredibly powerful. I can feel as if I am already taking action. Thanks so so much for this! ”          – Paula, April 2020

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Let’s go!

Introducing your coach – Inkygoodness founder Lisa Hassell

Lisa Hassell is a creative consultant, public speaker, design writer and founder of Inkygoodness, an organisation focused on championing emerging illustration talent. Founded in 2010 on a shoestring, Inkygoodness now has a global audience of 60k, made up of design students, creative graduates and young professionals. Previously she ran WE ARE GOODNESS, a creative consultancy and illustration agency representing a diverse roster of international artists.

As an artist agent she has worked with art buyers, advertising agencies and design studios to deliver illustration to clients like Google UX, Google Play, Facebook, The Guardian and New York Magazine. As a design writer her words have appeared in Creative Review, Digital Arts, IdN and Computer Arts magazine, covering topics on creative business, illustration and graphic design, and reporting on emerging trends and sharing industry insight. She has also contributed content to published books ‘Becoming a successful graphic designer’ (Bloomsbury, 2017) and Design{H}ers, (viction:ary, 2019).

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Featured artists & image credits: Alina Tang, Pansy


Posted on Nov 22nd, 21 by | Twitter: @inkygoodness

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