How to Find a Happy Balance Between Business and Art

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Arizona entrepreneur Chris Kay is now available for speaking engagements to share his expertise on creating harmony in a life filled with professional and creative endeavors.

Often artistic inclinations and business savvy are put into different categories. It’s a right brain versus left brain; Type A versus Type B sort of conversation. Humans however, are never all one thing, but the advice that’s available to dreamers is often isolated to one category or the other.

Chris Kay, the CEO of an online marketing company and a designer jeans company believes there should be more information for entrepreneurs and artists on how to happily follow their passion while making sound business decisions.

“You’re not going to get it in college and you’re not going to get it at most conferences,” says Chris Kay. “If you want to be an artist and a business success, there are few places to turn. Passion and know-how are almost always isolated and I want to help people discover that that doesn’t have to be the way it is.”

In one arena of his life, Kay runs a successful business that connects lenders and consumers in a loan marketplace. On the flip side of his life, he creates high-end jeans and joins the ranks of fashion elites. The two endeavors couldn’t be more different, but he’s developed methods that allow him to be creative and calculated and now available to share that insight at conferences, business retreats and in interviews.

Chris Kay is equipped to discuss the following topics and more:

  •     Productivity lessons for balancing creativity and strategy
  •     Compartmentalizing your undertakings and finding passion fluidity
  •     Making time for art, business and family
  •     Owning multiple business with completely different products
  •     Unifying your personal brand while exploring distinct endeavors

There are no shortage of idols who are both artists and business moguls. Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, Estee Lauder and Howard Hughes believed in beauty and intelligence and carved out their own niche and shared their success stories. The problem is, getting advice from Branson is not the same as learning how to balance the way he does.

Even if someone doesn’t dream of being a billionaire, finding equilibrium between profitable and passion-driven efforts requires guidance. To learn more about Chris Kay and to inquire about booking him for an event visit

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