Your morning routine might just be preparing you for a productive day reacting to things. As an artist, it’s important to start the day proactive and in control of our thoughts and our emotions. This is a technique to create a morning ritual that is better than your current routine.
Are you too busy, are you keeping on top of all the urgent things but letting the important things slide?. This week, I’ll teach you a really simple time management trick that will help you accomplish some of the important stuff each and every week.
If you want less stress and more progress…make sure that everything on your to-do list is scheduled in your diary. If it’s not in your diary it’s just wishful thinking.
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.
It’s your day, your career, your destiny. Don’t let others drive your day. If you go to your inbox first you are letting everyone and anyone own your day.
We keep creating more volumes without a good method of retrieving them. Craig Lambie gives you a way to save your files and documents so that you can easily find them again.
Repeated burn out is a major issue for independent artists. It’s vital to learn to control your work-day. There is no overtime so it’s up to us to learn to mange our time.
FLOW is the magical place of creation. A place that artists master. Bring the same magic into your business. Find the area where you want some growth, Rise to the challenge and polish up your most critical weaknesses until they become your greatest strengths…Pick a new challenge and repeat…
“To-do lists are great because it keeps you productive but I’ll bet you that the things that will make the biggest difference to your career aren’t on that list. We’ve developed a to-do list method that is ideal for artist entrepreneurs that helps you track the important things as well as the urgent things.
Improve your productivity by using the technique of sprinting. Try working in short, sharp, focused periods. And when you’re in a sprint don’t allow any distractions.