I like to use like kind of my roadmap when I talk to people. Not that they have, they can take it or leave it, but I can at least say, hey anecdotally, I have found that you working hard. Now. It's better to be actively producing art than to sit on the sidelines as well. I know people who were watching the scene for over a year before they decide to get in, and they've told me What regret they have of not just going for it and being like to hesitant that's a detriment to and maybe to yourself for not honoring, what your gut is telling you to do, right? I'm big with intuitions and feeling. What's right? And what's wrong and I think that the artist sadly we're innately tie. You this is kind of a generalization, but there's a little bit of sadness or self-love issues with Some artists just kind of part and parcel of being a Creator being alone a lot. There's just certain traits that I've seen and that's something that when I talk to somebody, I try to like get to that. You need to love yourself if that means putting down your guard and hitting mint, when you're afraid to hit that (expletive) button. Yeah, do it. And then you should see like, I'm getting chills when they feel that and it clicks. It's like empowering as (expletive). Yeah, and I think we all need that. We all have hurdles and roadblocks and I think that the artist now it's so much easier to love yourself and share than it ever was with the traditional art world. You had to know somebody you had to give up everything and scrape by to even have a gallery show. That's a brutal world and a lot of artists never went into it because myself included we were basically stuck making In Commercial Art to pay the bills and the idea of being a full-time artist was just not financially crate.
Yeah, it's better to work for someone at that point to try and risk it that you have the way.
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