Grow CC_BY Caleb Roenigk

Still Dancing at Work

It’s been almost 5 years since I published this ebook, which I wrote as a framework for growing my own creative agency.

So has dancing at work, worked for me? Well, my business has tripled in size, in terms of clients, contractors and turnover. Our clients range from  governments to NGOs and charities. We produce animation, infographics and data-driven stories to make complex subjects simple, engaging and shareable.

It’s all satisfying, meaningful work that is fun and rewarding. I’m enjoying working with a creative team from across the world.  I’ve had some great book reviews, requests for a print version from design schools, and an audio version for artists in their studios.

This is going to be my focus for the rest of this year, so watch this space.

Dance at Work  – Amazon Reviews

“Ahead of her time, Helen Baxter is setting the scene of what’s happening now and soon to come for working in the 21st century. A comfort to those on the fringes of traditional work today and an ideal resource for modern learning educators.”
Meg Melvin

“As someone new to the world of freelancing I found Dance at Work to be a powerful resource. Helen Baxter provides valuable, relevant information on how to best manage every facet of small business from creative publishing tools to invoicing options. This book is a must have for anyone struggling to balance paperwork with creativity.”
Jessica L Weichler

Buy Dance at Work: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NQSUPRQ

Image –  ‘Grow’ CC_BY Caleb Roenigk