Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Finding your niche & vocation

I'm thinking of becoming a Polymathic Specialist.

The burning question of most creative artists is, "How can I make a living doing what I love"?

Why do so many people underestimate the value of their talents, uniqueness & passions?

A chosen creative future is the process of taking the vocation inside you & putting yourself inside your vocation.

Your vocation is your talent and personality at play.

Your Resume is your past experience. Your Vocation Statement is your future experience.

Success & Happiness: It’s not what you know, it's knowing what you love.

Creative purpose: Find a big unsolved problem you're passionate about.

Find your niche. Then diversify within it.

Haven't found your Thing yet? ....Try lots of things.

Discovered a good friend of mine is a 'closet artist'. She's been painting in her spare time.
She reminds me of all the artist that love to paint & draw, but don't know what to do with it.

You have many great influences, but it's the style you create from yourself that matters in the end.

Music styles are the Pied Pipers, leading lives in different directions.

I'm not a very good dancer. I'm bad poetry in motion.

The heart is the compass, the mind is the map.

A vocation is the love of growing.

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