On today’s bonus episode, Kevin highlights the importance of embracing the creative side of being an entrepreneur. He explains the connection between your creativity and entrepreneurship, the lessons he has learned throughout his journey, and how artistry can affect your journey in starting a business. He also shares valuable tips for those who are looking to start their own company.
Being an artist is part of being an entrepreneurKevin Clark
This week on the Supportedly Podcast:
- The doubts Kevin had in running his own business.
- How business enhanced his creativity and passion for the arts.
- Why he decided to backpack travel to India for three weeks.
- How his travel changed his perspective on being an entrepreneur.
- Finding mentors and getting back up after a mistake.
- Programs and resources for creatives wanting to start a business
- Episode 32: Fueling Creative Entrepreneurship: Turning Passion into Sustainable Business Ventures with Margaret Collins
- The Center for Creative Economy
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I utilize my background and expertise in project leadership to find creative operational solutions every day. I’m passionate about great ideas and inspired by the entrepreneurs who bring them to life (ever seen someone cry happy tears over your prototype?). I'm fortunate to work with people who share my passions and inspire me every day. Together, we're working non-stop to create cool things that empower entrepreneurs and business owners, like Supportedly.com, the place to find entrepreneurial support programs, events, and actionable content like The Supportedly Podcast. To all the providers and entrepreneurs they support, thanks for letting me tell your stories, and if you’re reading this, I hope we’ve helped make your entrepreneurial journey just a little be easier and maybe even more exciting!
Kevin Clark is the founder and CEO of Point Motion, a company transforming the way the healthcare industry supports the needs of children around the globe through music therapy enrichment software. He is a Berklee College of Music Alumni and a prolific musician. Kevin was named as one of Boston’s Top 25 Under 25 by The Improper Bostonian for his innovative contributions to the digital health and public service sectors. With a bachelor’s degree in film scoring and jazz composition, he is passionate about improving the way the healthcare and education system stimulates, empowers, and educates children – particularly those with special needs.