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.
It’s called SELF esteem because you do it for you. When you work for yourself there is no one to give you the appreciation you deserve and need. Find out what you can do to change your self esteem habit.
The story you tell about your arts business may be true, but is it effective? The story you are telling may actually be killing your future. Learn how to tell your story from a more effective perspective.
Unhappiness is sometimes a part of the artist’s psyche especially if at the core you believe that you are not enough. But you are. Here’s a great tip to solve this issue.
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?
How do you talk to yourself in your head? It’s time to stop your inner perpetrator from hurling mental abuse. You wouldn’t let someone else talk to you like that…
It’s normal for artists to experience more anxiety than most so we need to manage it. It’s possible to recognise anxiety and wrestle back control so that we can continue forward. But like any great skill it takes practice and time.
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.
Saying no boosts your confidence. People who have a hard time saying no, are more likely to experience stress, burnout, and even depression, all of which erode confidence. Here’s some smart help to develop the confidence that comes from saying NO.
Anxiety is just a stress response. With a simple technique of mindfulness you can bust it.