Talking Shop

Welcome to Talking Shop!

We’re bringing our:


To the metaphysical industry.

We deliver the goods – no jive talking, no mystic-babble. All straight biz talk with a mystical slant!

Join me and my partner in all things awesome, fellow Mystical Business phenom, Theresa Reed AKA The Tarot Lady, for our monthly free podcast.

Talking Shop covers a wide rang of topics of interest to the Sacred Artist, Soulful Seeker, and Mystical Business Owner including many practical tips on making your business and practice successful, fun, and prosperous.

*A Mystical Mogul Joint Venture* Old Skool and Yung Money Productions

Online learning, classroom learning, and rituals to sweeten the deal

Whether you’re a total business newbie or a seasoned pro, the learning never stops. Your business provides you with plenty of lessons around money management, client care, admin stuff, and more.

But your education shouldn’t stop there.

In fact, continuing ed should be a regular part of your business plan.

Because business changes. As the biz world evolves, you’ll want to keep your skills sharp as a sword and your business practices up-to-date. If you neglect this part of your career, you risk falling behind the times.

We don’t want that to happen!

So we’re talking all about business education in this episode of Talking Shop: why you need it, how often you should be taking classes, and more!

In this power hour we’ll discuss:

  • What classes we’re taking and why
  • Best online places for learning
  • How often you should be seeking continuing ed
  • Conferences and events – why they rock
  • Fitting in learning when you’re running a biz – and a family
  • The other side of the coin: teaching
  • Rituals to help you focus your energy and be the best student, ever!
  • And more!

Ready to get schooled? Grab your pencils ‘n paper – and tune in!

Missed a previous show? No worries! Listen in to all past shows right here in the archives

magic, miracles: receive my lunar letters

ARRIVING on full moons each month.

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