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

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

Archive

    ×