Patience, Perspective, and the Benefit of Experience [211]

Art Juice podcast finding patience as an artist using a timer as a visual
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Alice and Louise are together for the first time in weeks and their arty catch-up turns into an exploration of the importance of honouring our own creative processes. This includes resting when necessary, but also understanding when you need to take action. When is it worthwhile to push a little, and to test out different ideas before settling on a direction? And how important is it to keep taking steps forward, even though you can’t know where they are actually leading?

We also cover the confidence that comes with experience – perhaps we no longer need to worry so much about “getting it right” because we’ve learned it will all work out OK anyway. This is quite a philosophical discussion, but we think it’s one worth having.

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