I hope you’re having a rewarding and creative week. Today I encourage you to spend time celebrating your unique strengths and unlimited creativity. Anagrams are fun tools to make ideas memorable so to help you achieve your fullest potential I’ve put together an inspirational anagram message to artists using the word C-R-E-A-T-I-V-E. I hope it infuses the rest of your week with energy and positive inspiration and you’ll want to return to it often.
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C – Communicate — How are you fully expressing your deepest emotions and beliefs through your art? How can you reach out and make stronger connections on social media? Is today the day to launch your Art Blog? How about inviting new subscribers to sign up for your Email Newsletter?
R – Replace — Is your Artist’s Biography and Artist’s Statement current or do they need to be rewritten and replaced? For help with them visit this page. Are there any outmoded business activities you need to replace with new and exciting art business strategies? For lots of ideas click here.
E – Eliminate — Do you have older works of art on your website that need to be eliminated in order to provide more room for newer works? What unused or toxic art supplies need to be tossed? What old habits and self-sabotaging practices can you eliminate now that will improve your life? Here’s an inspirational article about releasing perfectionism.
A – Achieve — Do you want to achieve more financial success in your art career? There are many articles that approach that topic from different angles. To learn about increasing your income from art-related activities read “Creative Ways to Supplement Your Art Sales”. Another good read is Where to Find Art Buyers
T – Trust — Always trust your innate wisdom and the laws of nature and you’ll never go wrong. It’s a challenge in the Information Age to stay in touch with the natural flow of things and not feel isolated. It’s necessary to trust in yourself, nature and other individuals. Read how to build build relationships naturally in this article Follow The Laws of Nature to Grow Art Career Relationships.
I – Inspire — Use your creativity today to inspire yourself and at least one other person in some way. What new creative artistic direction is waiting to be actualized today? How about planning a visit to an artist friend’s studio or going to a museum for inspiration? Get inspired by other artists who offer advice to artists in these interviews. Here’s a link to all of them.
V – Visualize — What career goals do you visualize now that you can commit to taking action and bringing to fruition? Does your Art Business Plan need a closer look? Another favorite article: Take Your Art Career Dreams and Goals Higher.
E – Empower — What positive art marketing practices and beliefs can you adopt that will empower you and your career? If you feel a loss of direction here is an article for you to read: “Empowering Questions For Artists to Ask Themselves”.