At this time of the year, Santa’s elves are working overtime to get all those toys ready for the good boys and girls; however, this year, Santa has run into a little problem. His countertops are stained, scratched and worn down from all of those years of building toys. There are giant cracks in the surface which constantly catches the tiny elves’ clothing as they work and Mrs. Claus is tired of sewing up little green tunics. Even Rudolph won’t go near them! There in fact could not be a Christmas this year if Santa doesn’t renovate the countertops in the elves’ workshop. Santa’s in a mess and the only thing that will save him is new granite countertops.
It could seem weird to pick your audience prior to selecting the topic of discussion, however by selecting your optimal audience initially; you’ll be able to hone into what your audiences’ interests and pain points are.
Think outside the box and try to use that valuable garage space for your own purpose. There are those who turn their garages into miniature studios for webcasting. There are also those whose preferred type of garage workshop plan involves producing art.
What you do in your everyday life will be of great value to you whatever it is. Any interactions with friends, colleagues your children your spouse at work at home will be useful. Use this time partly for data collection as well as its normal function. Look for things you like then bring them into your art jamming team building – this way each day is an information gathering adventure.
Storage cabinets Art jamming are a great way to store supplies and keep them out of the way. They can “hide” a lot of your stuff, making the workspace less cluttered. You can also buy shop-built inserts that fit into the cabinet so help organize all your tools and supplies.
The boys where home for almost a full month before they bothered to contact one another. They all left Hamburg worn out and dejected. What was about to happen next Art jamming Workshop no one could have anticipated. They all assume to disband at this point.
Time passed as summer turned to autumn and and once again there engagement was extended. The boys had befriended two German natives during this visit. Claus Vorman and Astrid Kirchherr. Clause would go on to record on many of “The Beatles” solo projects. Astrid would style the now famous Beatle hair cuts and would photograph the album cover “With The Beatles” in which the four faces are pictured in half white and half black.
Three simple things you need to remember to gain your audience’s attention and to keep it. Avoid sending mixed signals, don’t act like you know it all and have passion. The world is full of fakes. The world has seen its share of fakes. Be for real and you’ll stand out in a heartbeat.