The Spark Kit — previously known as the Fire Starter Sessions — changed the way I operate my biz in a very real, very measurable way. Danielle LaPorte, digital shaman and the original Fire Starter, shares her fire with me in this week’s Building Your Biznez Interview Series.
And, what’s more, Danielle has graciously donated a copy of the newly (and temporarily) retired Spark Kit. If you wanted to buy this but it went into the White Hot Vault before you could (or you haven’t been able to afford it in the past), this is your chance to get your lovely hands on it.
I know you’re aching for this week’s interview. So, listen on.
And, if you want to get your digital, spiritually-charged mitts on the Spark Kit, tell me how this could help you build your biznez. You can post in the comments. You can tweet me. You can post on the violetminded Facebook page. You can even fire me an email, if you’re bein’ shy-face. (And that’s cool, baby. I love you shy-people. You make me happy-face.)[Can't see the audio player? No problem. Right-click here to download the file.]
Takeaways from the interview (for your tweeting pleasure):
Spark your creative fire from within. [Tweet this.]
Innovation is about perception. [Tweet this.]
Show up. Do the work. Ship with love. [Tweet this.]
A few more things for this week.
Big thank you to El Edwards and Leela Sinha for submitting their Design Questionnaires before I even rolled out of bed last Monday. Post went live and within two hours, I was gettin’ booked up for Creative Insights. I’ve still got two Creative Insights available for the deep discounted rate. Interested? Send me an email.
There’s a lot of hacking going around out there. Frankly, I’m sick of it. Not sick of my clients, of course, but sick of the bullshit that comes along with being hacked. So, I stopped whining about it and created a resource for you, my darlings. Hey, you need to have a guide if you’re going to be trudging through the depths of MySQL, FTP, and cPanel. (This’ll make sense if you pick up the resource.)
What’s it called?
“Hacked. Damn it.”
And it’s completely Pay What You Can. Hey, not everyone has the luxury of hiring a web developer to help them through their troubles. If you’re on the receiving end of a digital beat-down, let this be a beacon of hope for you.
I believe in you. Get yourself un-hacked. And then continue being awesome.