Today on the Dear Handmade Life podcast I’m talking with Angie Chua (owner of bobo design studio and brick and mortar shop, workshop teacher, hand lettering and chalk lettering artist, children’s book author and staff member at Lucky Break Consulting) about taking and owning big risks. I chat with Angie about the realities of running a creative business, what led her to leave her corporate job to pursue her side business full-time (which included downsizing from a house to a trailer), how busy creatives can celebrate milestones, the stress of working for someone else vs. running your own business, why evaluating your priorities and idea of success is key at every stage in your business and more.
P.S. – Angie will be teaching chalk lettering at our Craftcation Conference in 2019. Early Bird Registration is open now!
Also, we’re giving away access to one of our online workshops (if you win, you can pick whichever workshop you’d like). To enter just leave us a review on iTunes here. We’ll randomly pick a winner and announce them at the beginning of our episode of next month. If you win, just email us to claim your prize.