Why am I writing about this today? Because things come up that make you go hmmmm, and I had to speak to it.
Theresa Reed and I had a great mentor/student relationship, and we still have an ongoing relationship, over a year after we closed on our apprenticeship.
There’s so much admiration and appreciation I have for this woman. Truly, tons. Which is why I feel the need to write this post about mentors and students going about the whole mentorship thing the wrong way. Read more
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Saturday morning dawned, and I hustled my way to the breakfast buffet and grabbed my chow before high-tailing it the the main room to attend Theresa Reed’s breakfast roundtable “The Tarot Industry: Where Do We Go From Here?”
Another year, come and gone (well, almost gone). It went by so fast! 2012 was the anticipated “end of the world” for some, but as we’ve seen, life and the years go on. 2012 was a full year for tarot, and 2013 is anticipated to be just as full…
On to the Tarot by Hilary Best of 2012 in Tarot!
Theresa and I sharing a hug (and a drink) after I won the Tarot Apprentice
Business books used to bore me. That whole idea of entrepreneurship made me either roll my eyes or yawn.
And then I became Theresa Reed’s tarot apprentice. And all that began to change.
If you had said to me, “A year from now you’ll have a tarot website, hire a professional photographer for your business photos, and attend a few tarot conferences where they now know your name” I would have called you certifiably insane. Start drawing up those involuntary commitment papers right now!
But now tarot and this website is my life, and every experience is fodder for my blog.
Readers Studio started a little differently for me this year. Last year, my friend Courtney and I were up far too early on the Friday morning to watch the Royal Wedding before heading to the conference, leading us to consume massive amounts of coffee once we arrived in order to stay awake. This year, I drove myself down to the conference from my home about 45 minutes away. I still needed the massive amounts of caffeine, however (some things never change). Read more