Sunday, April 22, 2012

The business of Art

Life evolves, we change, hopefully we grow and learn new skills. The skills we need change over time and it is hard to keep up. The priority has to remain the same the purpose of your art.

The basics don't really change very much. Yes, the tools change, and the "means" of production and the skills we need change over time and we have to keep up. But the purpose and priorities of life don't change. The key difference is between things that move us ahead and things that we are persuaded that we should do and have: smart phones, distractions of all kinds, half-done,incomplete projects,and trying to multi task all of this. There is no easy way to run a business.

We do our best, achieve our peak performance when things re clean, simple, and straight forward.

Get out a pad of paper and start a list.
  • what are two or three goals or priorities you would like to accomplish in the 2 months
  • where are you putting the bulk of your time now
  • how are you going to get to these goals
Don't let the clutter of life get in the way of your goals. Being busy is not the same as being productive.

Being busy is not the same as being productive.


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     --  Henry David Thoreau

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