016 Lessons from Margaritaville – Fan Engagement – Lesson 3


Welcome back to “Design a Business You Love.” Today, we’re diving into fan engagement, inspired by the legendary Jimmy Buffett.

Jimmy’s music is an extension of himself, creating deep connections. As creators, let’s aim for authenticity to forge meaningful bonds.

Build Community
Create a space where your audience feels they belong, like the Parrothead community around Jimmy Buffett.

Add Playfulness
Embrace fun and playfulness in your work. It creates a memorable and enjoyable experience for your audience.

Stay Engaged
Keep the conversation going through various channels. This maintains a strong connection beyond initial interactions.

Be Memorable
Design experiences and products that leave a lasting impression on your audience.

Incorporating these principles can help you build a fan base that’s not just enthusiastic but deeply connected to your work. It’s about the community you build around your creations. So, let’s infuse a little more Margaritaville spirit into our creative endeavors and watch our audience turn into true fans!

Until next time, keep the music in your heart. Cheers to fan engagement and the creative journey ahead! 🌴🎶🎉

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013 Finding Creativity Ideas in Movies – Somethings Gotta Give


Join us in this fun episode of “Design a Business You Love” as we explore the power of creativity through the lens of the movie “Something’s Gotta Give.” Dive into the transformative journey of Erica Barry, played by Diane Keaton, and uncover how her story holds valuable lessons for artists, authors, and entrepreneurs. Discover the magic of embracing fresh perspectives, turning your challenges into art, and finding inspiration in the ordinary. Let’s unlock the creative potential within us by unraveling the profound insights hidden within this film.

012 Finding Creativity Ideas in Movies Midnight in Paris


Finding Creativity Ideas in Movies Midnight in Paris 

Host Kimberly Design Love

Join me in the heart of Paris as we unravel the enchanting lessons of “Midnight in Paris.” In this episode, we journey through time and artistry, exploring the mesmerizing 1920s and iconic locations that shaped the film’s narrative. From Monet’s Garden’s serene beauty to the vibrant atmosphere of 1920s Parisian cafes, we’ll discover how these settings can inspire our creative endeavors. While I haven’t personally walked the streets of Paris, I’ve marveled at Monet’s Water Lily paintings—a testament to the artist’s ability to capture nature’s tranquility. Let’s delve into the beauty of “Midnight in Paris” and learn to infuse our surroundings with artistic wonder.

This episode mentions a link to a writing retreat KimberlyLoves.me/writingretreat

011 Designing a Business On Purpose & How the Artist, Wyland is Helping Maui Relief


In this episode of “Design a Business You Love,” join us on a journey to uncover the art of “Designing a Business on Purpose.” Discover the concept of Ikigai, where passion, mission, vocation, and profession converge, and learn how to align your dreams with a meaningful impact. We’ll be inspired by the remarkable journey of artist Robert Wyland, who turned his passion into a thriving business and is now making a difference in the world. Tune in to explore how to follow your dreams while creating a purposeful business that’s close to your heart.

If you would like to help with the Wyland Foundation Maui Wildfire Relieve Fund please go to kimberlyLoves.me/maui

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