Tag Archives: Uniqueness

What They Don’t Tell You about Being Special

As an artist, you might actually be special.  You might have found your authentic voice and be doing work that nobody else could or would produce.  You might be that rare thing – a unicorn.  Thought to be mythical, but … Continue reading

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Artistic Competition? What a Load of Tosh

I like Seth Godin.  He often posts really interesting and surprising blogs, with refreshing points of view, that get me to think.  I like to share some of them with friends on facebook, etc. Recently, though, he posted one that … Continue reading

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Which Way’s Wrong?

Artists work in a certain way.  They usually have no boss.  They get on with their work in a self-directed way.  Nobody thinks they won’t.  Nobody needs to direct them.  There is usually no committee.  There are no meetings.  They … Continue reading

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