Episode 6: Things to Keep in Mind When Submitting to Magazines and Publications

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Submitting to knitting magazines and publications can be a terrifying task. It's a great way to push one's knitwear design career forward but is facing all of the rejection worth it?

As someone who has both experienced being the submitter and the editor, I want to share my insights and the behind-the-scenes of what is going through the mind of an editor, as well as how you can change your outlook on the submission process so you can make it a win-win situation every time.


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Episode 4: Setting Goals for 2018

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2017 is coming to a close and 2018 is just around the corner! In this week's installment of the Yarn Alchemist Podcast, I talk about my method of setting goals, starting with the overall vision of the year, then breaking it into chunks using the S.M.A.R.T. system!

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Giveaway

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I'm giving away a copy of one of my favourite tools: a Daily Planner! To enter, all you have to do is write in the comments below what your S.M.A.R.T. Goal for 2018 is (or even just for your first quarter!). Please leave your email or Rav ID so I can contact the winner! You have until December 31st, 201711:59pm CST to enter. Good luck and see you all next year!

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Episode 3: Takeaways from Fiber Boss College LIVE

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From left to right: Claire, Chelsea and Frenchie (moi)

From left to right: Claire, Chelsea and Frenchie (moi)

Last month I took an international trip to Melbourne, Australia for Chelsea Fitch's Fiber Boss College LIVE event as a speaker! In my first ever speaking gig, I talked about how I use challenges in my business, the theory of challenges and then dove into the practice of setting one up.

However, I'm not going to talk about my panel in this episode (that's for a future one) but instead the takeaways I got from the other presenters, Chelsea and Claire. Listen to this week's episode for my top 3 main lessons that I learned from Fiber Boss College Live!

Links

Fiber Boss Collective

Fiber Boss College LIVE (Recording)

Episode 1: Lessons Learned From My Most Recent Launch

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After each major launch, I like to reflect on what worked, what didn't, and how to make the next launch more effective next time. In this first episode of the Yarn Alchemist, I share the top 3 lessons I learned from the most recent launch of SWATCH Studio.

Resources Mentioned:

Ignite Your Inner Fibre Muse: Making Time and Space to Be Creative