Career Coach & Artist-Advocate

Phone Consultation Registration Form

Please printout this registration form and complete the information by hand. PLEASE PRINT.

             I would like to arrange an initial phone consultation.

First Name: _________________________________________ Last Name:_____________________________________



City:_______________________________ State:_____________ Zip or Postal Code:___________________________

Country (other than USA):_____________________________________________________________

Home Phone:________________________________ Cell Phone:__________________________________

Email:_____________________________________ Website URL:____________________________________

Circle the best day(s) of the week for a phone consultation
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

The best hours (Eastern Time) for a phone consultation are:


□ Enclosed is a check for $100.00 representing a deposit for
an initial phone consultation, prorated on the basis of $200 an hour.
Please make payment to Caroll Michels. Mail registration form
and deposit to: Caroll Michels, 1724 Burgos Drive,
Sarasota, Florida 34238 .

□ Please charge my $100 deposit to my credit card. Fax
registration form to 941-922-5278 or send via postal mail to:
Caroll Michels, 1724 Burgos Drive, Sarasota, Florida 34238.

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Expiration Date:

Exact Name on Credit Card:


Exact Billing Address (if different than above)


Privacy Notice: Please be assured your name and personal information will never be rented, sold, or otherwise distributed to anyone, for any reason.

Excerpts from How to Survive & Prosper as an Artist

Studio Visits

"Believe it or not, dealers dread studio visits as much as artists dread having them visit. Both parties are nervous and uncomfortable. Dealers are uneasy because they do not like to be put on the spot on an artist's turf. They feel more comfortable rejecting an artist or being vague in their own territory. Dealers also feel anxious about the reception they will receive. They fear that an artist will use the studio visit to give the dealer a taste of the same medicine the artist received in the gallery. . .You have the power to set things up so that the studio visit accomplishes something positive.”

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