I’m joined by a very special guest this week to talk about creativity from the perspective of a kid. Especially from the perspective of a kid with a parent that is a creative. My daughter Emma joins me as my co-host this week with some background appearances by my son, Orion as well!
Do you ever wonder if being an artist has somehow ruined your ability to just ENJOY the type of artwork you make? Let’s talk about this for just a moment.
As an artist it can be very tough to set aside the expectation of wanting everyone to love what you do. The fact is, not everyone will love what you do, and that is a good thing.
The world is in a state of chaos right now and as creatives things might be feeling pretty down right now. I just want to check in with all of you and talk about the state of things in our creative lives at the moment.
You’ve probably heard the terms “Fixed” and “Growth” mindset. But what do they really mean? And WHY is it important to you and I?
How many times do you feel completely stuck with your creative pursuits? The problem is that you are likely too narrowly focused with your creativity and are simply “over training”.
Goals, some people love them, other people hate them. But I think there is a different way to think about them that will make a TON more sense for you.
January is the time we find ourselves looking back at the year just passed, while planning out some ideas we want to tackle in the new year. The problem is that we often spend a lot of time making diversions for ourselves so we don’t have to face our truth.
With social media driving so much of our culture, we need to be very careful we don’t let it determine our self worth, let me explain.
What do you do when your hard work and effort does not equal your expected results?