“Art is anything you can get away with.” – Andy Warhol
I love the boldness and confidence in this statement. I DARE you to be as confident in your art as Warhol was with his.
Don’t forget about the FREEBIE I have a couple posts back.
And I would LOVE some feedback on this post.
Do good work for good people. Even if you don’t get paid. Find joy in the selflessness of helping others.
“Telling a story” is what marketing is all about these days. It’s the trend. It’s everywhere. Apple is pushing it. Subaru is pushing it. The story tellers will win the war for our attention. We relate to stories. We understand stories. We are built to story-tell.
What’s your story?
The greatest minds I have ever had the privilege of hearing speak, know their story. They know what they stand for. They know their weaknesses. They know their strengths. Most of them can state their personal vision and values in 10 words or less. Can you describe YOU in ten words or less?
YOU are a brand. You have a story. Might as well make it a big one.
“A mediocre person tells. A good person explains. A superior person demonstrates. A great person inspires others to see for them themselves.”
I once heard RiCardo Crespo, Chief Creative Officer of 20th Century Fox, say, “Burn Your Ships,” meaning, once you get comfortable with where you’re at, move on to the next adventure. How else will you gather life experiences and grow as a person and a creative?