My ongoing attempts to address the challenges of running a totally made-up kind of business doing totally made-up kind of work finally (some of you may heave a sigh ofÂ finally) haveÂ meÂ considering that it’s quite possible my work is more an ongoing effort in participatory performance art than it is like any other kind of definable business that involves making products and selling them.
This is much of why I’m so excited about Patreon â€“ OMG to make a livingÂ and continue doing this weird/awesome work? Yes, please.
I explain it better in the video above.
I can’t believe it took me so long to uncouple myself from the rules of capital-B business so I could finally see things clearly enough to maybe have them succeed. Holy crap!
I’d love it if you’d become a patron. Like literally and truly and deeplyÂ love it. Your patronage will enable me to continue forcing myself to see my work as a totally nontraditional artsy business, which is what makes it what it is.
And in doing that, it’ll enable me to make way more work, and I think you’ll enjoy that very much.
(I’ve just learned about a couple of very cool things that will enable some amazeballs spontaneous, interactive fun for patrons â€“ so stay tuned for more to be added to the rewards!)
Don’t be shy if you have questions about Patreon and how it works. Ask away!
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