Have you ever wondered, why every successful creative professional has always something to offer?
Why it looks like that they have so much stuff that hiding on their sleeves?
Why every day is like an overflowing bucket of their creative juices and greatness?
I’ll try to answer that and give you an interesting thought on, how they did it? On how they maximize and create something every day that most of the mediocre minds do not. This topic interests me so much for the past 8 years of my career as a creative and hoping to give justice on this note.
The never-ending fire of passion
I know a lot of people who really passionate about what they doing, that really inspire me to do something out of my comfort zone. It’s their passion and love about their craft that hammering them to do the work and execute the ideas they planed.
I feel, that this is one of the best characteristics that you might have in order for you to win and change the norms with your own ways and beliefs. Having this drive makes me think more practical and work in more meaningful projects that will contribute even to the smallest community.
Following great leaders and instilling their values
You can actually observe how and why they did this, most of the successful individual look back or follow true leaders to inspire them in every-day work.
I personally do this kind of stuff and I really recommend this, I suggest to research the most influential leaders in the world in history whether back in time or newly born leaders.
Now, for the online enthusiast or creative professional. I’m stoked to recommend these leaders (in no particular order) from this disruptive era such as Ellon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Gary Vaneychuck, Chris Do of The Futur, Seth Godin and many more. If you think that there’s a name that I didn’t mention here let me know below.
Never-ending pursuit of self-growth and learning
In a world where everyone has access to vast information, it’s very easy to say you know everything or professional in a specific field. And it’s really exhausting processing all of this in one move. That’s one of the reasons why it’s challenging to start in any type of the industry.
Well, it’s given and really hard to start. But, you only need to start. It’s just usually a trial-error process don’t be afraid to fail at something and do it again and again. Growth is something that needs continues learning while pursuing your goals in professional or personal life.
“There is no passion to be found playing small–in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.”