Make creativity a part of your everyday life. Do your best to come up with creative solutions, and you’ll find that creative solutions start coming to you from everywhere. Here’s to a creative future for everyone.
Struggling with your weaknesses isn’t the path to success. Playing to your strengths is a better option. This system is what works for me.
These 2 exercises are WORK, and they require hard work. Doing the right work will help you reach the next level in your artistic skill and career that much faster. Don’t struggle through plateaus on your own, let the masters guide you.
I sat down with the young woman who I’ve started mentoring to discuss imposter syndrome. Why do artists and creatives feel like their work doesn’t have value?
Not too long ago I was a starving artist. Even when my family was living on nothing I found things to enjoy about my life. It was difficult, but always worth the effort. Live in the moment, because that’s all you have.
Developing a style is important to any professional artist, but be wary of the dangers of getting stuck or stagnating in your own style.
I remember a time not too long ago when cancellations made me nervous. Now…I don’t even try to fill my canceled spots. I don’t mind so much that I lost hundreds of dollars in a day because of a no-show.
Being jealous of other people’s achievements is not healthy. Instead, find inspiration from what others achieve. Learn from their success – because success leaves clues.
When you feel like the project in front of you is impossible, you’re about to have a breakthrough. But, the difference between an amateur and a professional is how you deal with challenges and blocks. Here’s how…
Are you offended? Do you blame everyone else for your problems? Maybe you should take some responsibility.