Blog


How to stay grounded as an artist

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, October 18, 2018

You don’t have to live in a bubble just because you’ve chosen a creative career. Here are some tips for how to get grounded in your creative career.

 Read More


×

Recent Posts


Tags

artistic conviction colleagues bad reviews meditation creative career coaching five year plan author creative person creative support network brainstorm creative process attraction subconscious work trips time management collaborators artist organization budgeting family being kind to yourself structure nerves career support bodily needs success re-imagining anxiety client testimonials, eastenders star lisa hammond, rachael spence, coaching service for creative people, actresses, comedy writers creative new year insecurity grace personal boundaries misuse of power creative industries 'Ouch!' podcast shake up peers holidays confidential testimonials being organized shows work on weaknesses goals achieved artist routine relationships friendship clutter touring creative people power dynamics purpose criticism silver package artist goals creative vision 'Ever So Lonely' lists creativity intimidating coaching artist community tidying up timewasters artist career re-framing fellow creatives drafts creative career balance insights singers children weaknesses breaks performance artist vision artist collegues grounded good coach nascent artists instinct artist scheduling calendar boundaries diary creative block, artist, creative, energy sappers austerity loyalty artist strategy jealousy motivation absences planning books creative industry audition success stage fright emotional resilience short and sweet artists creative career coach writing efficiently gentle safe space visualise negative people managing schedule routines mentoring emotional support creative relationships self-care mistakes career resources cluter-free living mental health standard issue podcast professional jealousy #metoo creative routine cry creative identity workaholism Grange Hill career infrastructure agents female singers professional encouragement. bands skills planning instincts just four coaching sessions client artist workspace career strategies competition career goals artist support auditions green room stress goals audiences grounding practices strengths problems workstations creative ambitions artist mentors non-fiction musicians self-critisicism creative support onstage resentment literary proposal efficiency career strategy impetus partners managers quick tune-up performers blocks cave art working for free critics career conacts health creative goals imagination work life BBC counselling audience agent fear goal setting publisher avoidance 'Organizing for Creative People' tact personal space success stories support productivity staying tidy effortlessly dreamtime professional mentors procrastination self-reflection social time contents of proposal confidences professional boundaries collaborations human needs disability Lisa Hammond home 2018 goals passive aggressive behaviour USP audition panels career direction writing

Archive

×