The 6 Worst Mistakes Creative Arts Lifestyle Rookies Make—and How to Avoid Them?
- Aleena Jones
What are The 6 Worst Mistakes Creative Arts Lifestyle Rookies Make?
I’ve already addressed mistakes that can be made in the creative arts lifestyle. But I’ve also included some of my own. The one thing I’m sure to avoid is failing to identify your “dream” career. The fact is that the creative arts are a lifestyle. And the way you perceive yourself as a “creative” person makes a huge difference in your ability to be successful.
A creative person is a person who creates. The job that I’m talking about here is that we call it “creative arts.” It’s a job that many people have but not many of us really want. In fact, most people who work in the creative arts industry have jobs that are fairly boring and repetitive. So when you start looking at all the opportunities in the creative arts, it can seem daunting.
You can’t just give up on what you’re doing. Because the job you’re doing depends on it. Everyone who works within the creative arts industry has a job that they can’t live without, no matter what.
The problem is that when you start your job. You have no idea what you’re doing. What you do not know though, is that you are probably making a mistake. You start out working with new ideas.
So you are not making a mistake, you just didn’t do what you should do. When you get your job, you are supposed to have a project that you can put your passion and work into. You don’t know how to do that though.
What is wrong with making mistakes?
The thing about making mistakes is that you are making them all the time. This is because it is the job itself that is the mistake. You are making these mistakes because you are not doing what the company, the company culture, and your supervisor expect you to do.
You shouldn’t be making a mistake, because they don’t want you to. In fact, they don’t want to have a job and if they did, they would ask you to take it.
The fact of the matter is that it is very easy to become complacent and think that you are not doing anything wrong. You don’t even know how wrong you are. When you work for an industry that is so competitive that you are forced to show up each day with your best work.
And you are constantly told, “you can’t change anything”, you begin to think that you are doing all that you can do and that you are not doing anything wrong.
The truth of the matter is that you are doing something wrong. It’s just that you are doing it in a way that is “bad”. No one is saying that you are necessarily “bad”, but you are doing something that is “wrong”. And that is the worst thing possible. This is because you are not taking full advantage of your creative skills.