If you’ve ever had at least one of these thoughts before:
- “They would never hire me.”
- “I need more experience.”
- “I’m just a one-woman/man-band.”
- “I’m not confident enough.”
- “I don’t want to push my luck too much.”
Then you need UpSkill Mastery
Because what if the same phrases are stopping you getting work from clients worth £1,000, £10,000 or £100,000 or more?
Did you know that…
- It’s not only about appearing totally professional and capable in other people’s eyes.
- It’s not only about finding creatively challenging work.
- It’s not only about brushing up your skills.
It’s About Knowing When and How to ask the Right Questions and I Will Help You achieve Mastery
But who are you?
Hi, I’m Louise Campbell founder of UpSkill Mastery. I help ambitious, graphic designers and creatives, who want to start feeling good enough about their work, so they can get the jobs clients want to give them. Easily.
I work with graphic designers and creatives who are ambitious enough to take the unusual route to upskilling. Designers who know that the only way to get the clients and jobs that everyone wants, is by mastering the questions they need to know, to get inside their clients minds.
After spending the last twenty years in London (ten years working as a Graphic Designer, five years as stay at home mum, and five years as a UX Designer, I’ve learned exactly what it takes to go from ‘living on the breadline’, or as they say in the USA ‘going broke’ to leading a life filled with opportunities.
My Super Powers are
Being able to pack a months worth of clothes, shoes, snoods, make-up, coffee, cooking spices, paracetamol, jewellery, laptop and UX paraphernalia into one very, teensy weensy suitcase. Except for the time when a bag of bright red paprika exploded in my suitcase just before a pitch, and I couldn’t stop sneezing.
Managing 2 children, in 2 different countries, via Whatsapp, RyanAir and school portal attendance software. Except for the time when the school portal attendance software went offline for a software upgrade.
Here's what to do so we can keep in touch: