As business artists, we’re tugged by oppositional forces. On one tug, you might savor your solitary creative time but protect and hoard your public engagement time. That’s why my team and I show several writers and designers in this ilk ways…
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To be a brave artist or business artist means you challenge the World of Buzz and deliver a different kind of medicine than the white noise being broadcast.
Here’s to the creative heroes – the people you admire and who reflect the best in you back.
The people who risk their comfort to make part of the world a little better.
The people who will not be hushed, squashed, or swept aside in service of their creative medicine.
The people who still work hard every day because they find value in real work and in the soul of craft.
Poetry startles us to listen to an interior voice we business artists often forget or ignore. Poetry more than any form might be the innovator’s language whether she identifies herself as poet or not. Innovation to create, to combine, to think, to make, to feel, to live anew.