Your intuition is your best friend. It helps you create your art, ask for its help to create your career. To understand what your intuition wants you to do you have to have a conversation. Learn how with these three methods.
We are making art at an exciting time. The old order and power structures have been disrupted. There are three fundamental things all artists can do to prosper.
The magic key to working smarter is planning, especially when it comes to reaching the goal. You need to plan the work and then work the plan. The first hour of your week is the time to zoom up, see the big picture and create the plan to achieve it.
It’s not all about the money in the short term. There is a formula to determine if what you are creating is viable. It’s important to decide if this next venture is a good investment of your time, money and soul. You want to invest in “viable ideas”.
Ideal days happen but you can create them if you know what makes an ideal day for you. How do you feel? What are you doing? How do you show up?
If you hear yourself use an excuse for not having the career you could be having, it’s a tap from your subconscious to get you to notice the thing you want to change.
Neuro science shows us that we achieve our best when there is a challenge. We need to embrace challenges of creative expression as well as challenges of contribution to propel our careers.
Lots of artists have the “shiny object syndrome”. Novelty is part of your lives it us up to us to work with the novelty we see and create and not be distracted and pulled off course.
Change is up to you. The wisdom to make big shifts is inside you. Here are 4 questions that can open a dialogue with your wise unconscious mind and unlock your ability to change.
You’d love some help with your arts business BUT you’re too busy. That’s true AND it’s an excuse. Learn to swap “but” for “and” to see the difference this powerful little conjunction can make.