This is part of my creative process as an Art Journalist. I start with a grid to sort out my creative mind. The squares give order to the chaos of my thoughts and the colours lead the way. Eventually, I have an art journal filled with a chronilogical account to continuous creativity. This can be a great self-coaching method.
Over the years I have been asked to advise on career path and resume writing for young creatives. When was starting out as an artist after leaving corporate, I found one coach who helped artists with their struggles. She lived in California and the thought of calling her never even crossed my mind. I wish I had reached out to her so that I could have gathered her aquired knowledge about the art scene then. Whenever I have the chance to share coaching resources that make life easier for people, I try to!
Here are some ideas:
Author Bio: Jennifer Lee says : "You’re a creative soul, and traditional business plans just don’t work for you. Or maybe you've been doing things the "old school" way and your heart isn't in it any more. You yearn for more fun and freedom. Trade in those boring binders, tedious templates, and stodgy spreadsheets for inspiring images, gleeful goals, and colorful creativity."
Author Bio: Richard White works as an editor at Yellow Brick Path. He enjoys varying his work and researching new and different approaches to his work. He shares an interest in career counseling and recruitment. Follow him on Twitter.
= a well balanced start to career planning for entrepreneurial creatives with heart