The life of an artist/trep is truly about self-motivation, self-discipline and self-reliance. Problem is, YOU are the worst person to consult when you’re deep inside the belly of the beast being devoured by doubt, and consumed with confusion. Amateurs are guided by their own self-righteousness, and insist they can handle it themselves. Pros know their limitations, and they're smart enough to know when to consult an advisor to help avoid occupational roadblocks, and sort things out during perplexing times.
|Posted By Rachel Walker|
| Togetherness.. |
Hi Michael! The journey has been travelled, and so for myself, I learn from other artists as well as people such as yourself. To hire others is great if you can. And if not to just keep learning, watching, ...waiting...learning.. And the joy in it! Creating!! Have a beautiful day! Wow, I tell you it is a Poster Winter Wonderland here today! Truly :-) Rachel
|Posted By Maureen Kenney|
| Dip in confidence |
Such timely words. I have to stop procrastinating and tackle a tough piece of code. And there are people to consult. I'll get it done.
|Posted By Robert Hermanna|
| Misguided |
Perfect timing as usual Michael. Thank you.
|Posted By Sue Blues|
| advisor time |
To seek ďHelpĒ is "Humility Entreating Learned Professionals." I'm definitely at that point in my career that I need help. Iím going to give myself a knowledgeable adviser for Christmas. Thank You.
|Posted By Fillmore|
| Misguided |
I am a dog chasing my own tail when it comes to helping myself out of a rabbit Hole. In the past, I've lost my perspective and couldnít see my way out, mainly because I insisted on doing it all myself. Now I no longer hesitate to find an objective, experienced consultant when Iím stuck. The big breakthrough for me is, now I admit when Iím stuck.