Elie Castonguay

Elie Castonguay is a Canadian entrepreneur, marketing and art business coach, and he helps mainly artists by teaching them to make a living off their art. Within two years of starting his coaching business for artists, he was able to help many artists to double and even quadruple their number of clients. For over 10 years, Elie has been teaching artists precise sales and marketing strategies through his weekly coaching calls with them. He’s widely considered an expert at helping artists increase their prices and communicate to their target audience the right way. His life goal is to help every artist on this planet be able to make a living from their art. He donates much of his free time to helping his church and helping others to live a more sane and happier life! He loves spending time with his little girl Athena and his fiancé Caroline! 🖥️ Book a free ZOOM call with him: https://eliecastonguay.com/contact/

How to Focus on Your Art and Not Get Distracted

In a fast-paced world filled with constant distractions, honing your ability to focus is a valuable skill. Imagine using art not only as a form of self-expression but as a practical tool to enhance concentration amidst the chaos of modern life. In this guide, we’ll explore strategies and techniques to leverage your artistic pursuits for laser-sharp focus, making your creative process a sanctuary of undivided attention.

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9 Ways to Be More Happy with Yourself as an Artist

Most people on this planet, if you ask them, will tell you that what they are looking for in life is: HAPPINESS!

You probably have a similar goal and sometimes life has this not so useful habit of putting things in front of us to make our journey to happiness a little bit tough.

This is why, in that article, I will share with you 9 tips that could help show you how to be happy with yourself as an artist. These are 9 tips that I’ve personally used and then I’ve teach other artists during my 1-on-1 coaching sessions to help them make a living from their art business.
Many artists and entrepreneurs can have millions of creative ideas, but the only way to accomplish anything related to those particular ideas, is to actually be productive!