HOW Artists And Creatives Can be "RiCH" TOOIt has nothing to do with struggling or “paying your dues,”
Making money has nothing to do with working hard.
The organizations who employ the majority of the population sold us the idea that making money is hard because they want us to work hard for them.
It has nothing to do with struggling or “paying your dues.” There is no arbitrary amount of work you have to do before you deserve to get paid well.
It’s simpler than that.
It’s just the energy behind an idea.
“Money is only an idea. If you want more money, simply change your thinking. Every self-made person started small with an idea…”
As creatives, by default, we foster so much energy from our emotion which we channeled into our work. Creating brands, stories, photographs, films, services and more that speak our truths.
For you to make money, all you have to do is find a “product or service” to offer that excites people and gives them value.
Simply put your energy behind your work.
The industry itself doesn’t have to be exciting, nor do you need to be “original” what matters is the way you deliver or present yourself and your brand.
As creatives, this is easy being that our passions run deep in the work which will excite and inspire others.
The more energy you put in, the more other people will feel your strength and security in what you have to offer. Once you start to notice that people are noticing you, create ways for them to work with you and bill them.
Money is now on the way.
Where are you putting your energy, your work or theirs?
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