5 Things To Do After Graduating or Finishing a Major Project
As human beings, we are always wanting. Although we can be content with what we have in our lives, there will always be a part of us that is constantly reaching for something new, different, or additional. This yearning for more can be a good or bad thing, depending on how you
Now that this article has turned into a brief analysis of human nature and the meaning of life, let’s look at how this all applies to
As Artists We Are Crazy!
In the arts, we are constantly setting career goals, working towards, and then fulfilling them. We don’t just get a job at an office and then work there for twenty years. Rather, we are constantly on the hunt for a new project, and as soon as something ends we are looking again. Is it fair to say that, in this industry, sometimes the hardest part of working towards a goal is actually achieving it? Because then you have no idea what the hell you’re doing afterward? Well, we thought that was a valid point. So here at CallBoard, we’ve compiled a set of steps to help you determine where you’re going now that you’ve got to where you are. Say that five times fast or something.
Determine What’s Most Important to You
This is probably the most significant first thing you could do when it comes to goal setting and determining where you want to go next in your artistic life. You need to examine your priorities and what you would be willing to sacrifice. Are you trying to save money and pay off debt, or are you ok with living as a starving artist right now? Do you want to be selective in the type of work you’re doing, or do you just want to be working? How much time do you want to devote to friends, a significant other, or family? Realistically, how many hours a day or in a week could you devote to what you want to be doing? Having a clear understanding of what you’re able to give to your goals will be fundamental in helping you clearly set them.