Your public engagement time and private create time

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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 to expand their audience by engaging their audience.

Or you might relish public engagement and avoid that solitary creative time. That’s why my team and I train numerous business people accustomed to social interaction to “be in creative retreat” with their big projects for hours at a time. Alone.

A versatile business artist must shape both public and private time.

Here’s a quick video ([2:22]) on the subject. Press that little red “Subscribe” button on our YouTube page to be on first-alert for more Tracking Wonder video micro-tips, instigations, and bias-busters.

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Thanks for running with me,

Jeffrey

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