Gigi Rosenberg won her first grant when she convinced her parents to fork over the cash she needed to buy five rolls of Super 8 Kodachrome. Why did she need five rolls of Super 8 Kodachrome? Oh, just to shoot her first film.
The future author, coach, performer, and speaker was just 14 years old.
We are delighted to be able to share this popular episode again, and hope you’ll be able to tune in if you missed it the first time–or even if you didn’t! Today, Gigi has a flourishing coaching business for artists (visual, literary, and performing), entrepreneurs, and other creatives. She thrives on writing and performing…and sharing those passions with others: she loves helping her clients find the words and voice to bring their ideas into the world.
Her essays and articles have been widely published in periodicals like The Oregonian and Writer’s Digest. She has performed her monologues in Seattle, acted as a guest commentator on Oregon Public Radio, and her book, The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing: How to Find Funds and Write Foolproof Proposals for the Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts, is in its second printing.
This is such an important time to listen to this conversation– why not resolve to make 2014 your year to bring your ideas into the world? Tune in on Wednesday, December 25th at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST (or any time after that!); this episode of Solo Pro Radio is not to be missed.