27 min

Our Relationship With Money with Brian Witkowski: Episode 162 Relate w/ Patrick McAndrew

    • Technology

Brian Witkowski joins us on the Relate podcast to talk about our relationship with money. Money is often a sore subject, but Brian breaks things down in a simple way, focusing our intentions on mindset. We discuss the scarcity mindset versus the abundance mindset, how money is attracted to people who want it, and how we must not be afraid to put ourselves out there. Brian also shares his eight perspectives to money that allow us to analyze our own relationship with creating wealth.

To learn more about Brian, be sure to visit https://thelucrativeartist.com/ or follow him on Facebook and Instagram @thelucrativeartist

Brian Witkowski is a professional classical singer, actor, voice teacher, and educator turned business and personal development coach for artists and artistic-minded entrepreneurs. With a passion for helping others realize ways to earn "authentic income" doing what work they are most meant to do, he became the founder and CEO of The Lucrative Artist, where he offers boutique business coaching services designed accomplish just that and more. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts with emphasis in Vocal Performance and minor in Theatre at the University of Arizona; his studies and career have taken him as far west as Hawaii and as far east as China with repertoire ranging from Gregorian Chant in cathedrals to musical theatre roles like Lancelot in Spamalot. Some of his other favorite stage credits have included Farquaad in Shrek: The Musical, Charles Guiteau in Assassins, Marius in Les Miserables, and Pappageno in The Magic Flute. An avid solo recitalist with a passion for Lieder, he is a past Stern Fellow at Songfest and his dissertation was on a set of dramatic ballads by 19th-century German composer Carl Loewe. He has taught at Rockford University, facilitated professional development seminars to teachers and artists through Arts Integration Solutions, Self-Employment in the Arts and other organizations, and is regularly sought out as a speaker, and offers artists masterclasses and seminars in authenticity, financial empowerment, and leadership. He believes that "We don't need to compete, we just need to create!"


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Brian Witkowski joins us on the Relate podcast to talk about our relationship with money. Money is often a sore subject, but Brian breaks things down in a simple way, focusing our intentions on mindset. We discuss the scarcity mindset versus the abundance mindset, how money is attracted to people who want it, and how we must not be afraid to put ourselves out there. Brian also shares his eight perspectives to money that allow us to analyze our own relationship with creating wealth.

To learn more about Brian, be sure to visit https://thelucrativeartist.com/ or follow him on Facebook and Instagram @thelucrativeartist

Brian Witkowski is a professional classical singer, actor, voice teacher, and educator turned business and personal development coach for artists and artistic-minded entrepreneurs. With a passion for helping others realize ways to earn "authentic income" doing what work they are most meant to do, he became the founder and CEO of The Lucrative Artist, where he offers boutique business coaching services designed accomplish just that and more. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts with emphasis in Vocal Performance and minor in Theatre at the University of Arizona; his studies and career have taken him as far west as Hawaii and as far east as China with repertoire ranging from Gregorian Chant in cathedrals to musical theatre roles like Lancelot in Spamalot. Some of his other favorite stage credits have included Farquaad in Shrek: The Musical, Charles Guiteau in Assassins, Marius in Les Miserables, and Pappageno in The Magic Flute. An avid solo recitalist with a passion for Lieder, he is a past Stern Fellow at Songfest and his dissertation was on a set of dramatic ballads by 19th-century German composer Carl Loewe. He has taught at Rockford University, facilitated professional development seminars to teachers and artists through Arts Integration Solutions, Self-Employment in the Arts and other organizations, and is regularly sought out as a speaker, and offers artists masterclasses and seminars in authenticity, financial empowerment, and leadership. He believes that "We don't need to compete, we just need to create!"


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27 min

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