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.
Being it’s the holiday season I wanted to give you something a little lighter this week that you can enjoy with your family! Hans Zimmer : Live in Prague is a shining example of how all of the hard work pays off, allowing masterful creatives to just enjoy creating at an ultra high level.
It’s a common trap that we’ve all fallen into. Social media attention and our desire for more of it starts to take over and suddenly we lose our creative voice because we are creating for the algorithm of whatever platforms we are using to share our work.
What do you do when your hard work and effort does not equal your expected results?
Does that inequality mean there’s a problem with your work, your efficiency, a missing tactic/strategy?Or does it simply indicate your expectations were too high, too broad and unfocused?
How often have you found yourself spending a ton of time planning and thinking about your next big project? Now how often do you find you stop thinking about it and are elbow deep in the doing of said project? Let’s talk about the difference.