Last year we ran a special event called Your Best Art Year Ever, in which we led 3,500 people through a planning process to ensure that 2020 would indeed be their best year ever.
Of course then Covid came along and threw everything up in the air.
Nevertheless, life continued and this week, we’re looking back on our plans to see where they went well, where we had to change course, and whether we learned anything that we can take into 2021. Our conversation spans dreaming big dreams, setting clear goals, understanding your motivation, and the need for flexibility when things change.
We also answer a listener question from Jennifer, who is struggling with how to stay authentic in her work. And I have some news to share: for the first time a 2 hour lesson following me creating two small paintings is available. So if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make decisions to create abstract landscapes take a look at what’s available:
Next week, The Practice by Seth Godin https://www.amazon.co.uk/Practice-Seth-Godin/dp/0241470048
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