Don’t make a half-hearted effort and quit halfway through. Don’t slink away with your crazy horse and sigh, “Well, I tried.” Give it your full attention, your highest intention, and your best shot. Give your art the opportunity it–and you–truly deserve. […]
Read my whole article, published at Fine Art Views, a marketing newsletter for artists.
My article, second in a series of three, appeared on the Fine Art Views marketing blog on February 13. You can read the entire article here.
Continuing my last column on how—and how not to– get good advice.
4) There’s no such thing as a sure thing. (AKA There’s no one thing that will make your career.)
Usually, the best advice is simply what gets you to your next step. There shouldn’t be a huge risk involved. I mean a HUGE risk. Putting the advice into play shouldn’t cost $10,000 or make you take a second mortgage your house, or take any kind of gamble that could ruin your finances, your resources or your marriage. (Unless you’re trying to get out of a bad marriage!) Sometimes life calls for that kind of risk. For those people just starting out, or trying to suss out the next thing, it does not….
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