As an artist you’ve chosen a life that is challenging, rewarding, inspiring and often difficult to describe and some times it’s also difficult to maintain unless you own and celebrate the fact that you chose it.
Artists don’t need to learn conventional meditation, we have an easier way. We have an inner sweet spot that we can use to quiet the mind and restore our heart and soul. Video: Podcast: Video Transcript: John Paul: Hi,
3 critical things to being a successful entrepreneurial artist are; 1. Choose yourself 2. Find your ideal customer 3. Diversify your creative revenue. These make the difference between success and struggle.
What’s the story you tell yourself about why you have what you have in your life? Does it create pity or inspiration in others? Is it a story of reasons or excuses?
We expect so much from our brain, yet we do very little to help them maintain their optimal functioning. Here’s a few things you can do to give your brain some TLC.
We learn lots but not all of it sticks. The reason is in our dominant learning style. As Visual / Kinesthetic learners, there’s a secret to help artists make the things we learn stick.
There is a model that identifies the 7 primary places where artists get stuck in trying to achieve success. Being able to identify where the problem is helps you to focus and solve the problem.
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?
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.