We recently chatted about the power in your content and the importance of registering it with the U.S. Copyright Office. Typically, when I breakdown the fees and ease in registering[…]
Category: Protect It
Small biz legal lessons from pop culture + everyday life, as well as legal info for creative entrepreneurs + small business owners.
I’ve had a few people ask me whether they own the copyright in works created by someone hired on Fiverr. This is a very important question because you want to own all of[…]
I’ve been on Periscope chatting it up on why your content is queen (I legit love it over there). With Periscope being the latest and greatest in social media land I[…]
The one step you must take to legally protect your content, stop losing money + leverage your creativity for cash.
Hey there, amazing…. branding consultant photographer artist maker copy writer author blogger business coach entrepreneur… I’m willing to bet my entire week’s income that there is one thing you’re doing[…]
We’ve been talking a lot about strategy – one of my absolute favorite words. Ever. It’s so important because even if you’re creative by birthright and innovative by nature, you[…]
This question came up in the Creative Genius Society group + it’s also one that I hear often. In this #studyhall lesson I talk about: When you need to give someone[…]
4 ways the law can supercharge your coaching business so you can impact more people and make more cash.
I wrote a guest blog post over on Rebecca Dickson’s blog that I’ll pretty much call my legal tell-all for business coaches of all kinds. I wanted to give a[…]
One of the reasons that I wanted to own a business was so that I could design my lifestyle. I wanted the freedom and flexibility to live life according to[…]
As I continue to build my own, creative business, I’ve learned several #geniuscodes that are helping me create a thriving business that I love. I am still learning and growing,[…]
Your food truck isn’t just a truck, it’s a pathway to incredible business opportunities and a lifestyle, designed by you. I wanted to blog on some of the common[…]