A Key To Stay inspired when YOu "Don't Have Time"the benefits of the mordern era
If you want to spend more time in the studio, start your own creative collective, create financial stability doing what you love or travel and have more freedom, you have to learn how to create it by acquiring knowledge.
Reading, classes, seminars, and apprenticeships all offer expansion.
Being surrounded by noise and distraction, more often than not we find ourselves resorting to the age-old “I just don’t have time.” This is the lazy minds’ way of justifying Instagram, Game of Thrones, nights in bars or whatever you do to distract yourself and keep your dreams just that, dreams. Don’t let that be the case.
Luckily, we live in an era where information is readily available amongst the noise, and there is a way out of the “I don’t have time” cope out.
Audiobooks, and Podcasts
Download books, press play or stream from your phone.
“when you’re on the way to work, in the shower, or the studio you create time to listen and expand your mind. Giving you new Ideas, clarity, and direction in whatever areas your interests may lie.
Audible offers readers a wealth of audiobooks for $14.99 a month. Each month you get a credit equivalent to 1 book. So at best you break even when you use those credits.
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