March 9, 2018-Being strategic instead of working too much

Hello March,

it feels as if I have worked a lot and I am not sure about the result… am I on the path to achieve my goals or not?

It’s difficult to see what is on the other side of my efforts. It has happened to me to push in the wrong direction. So, I pause a bit and ask myself. Is this it?

I have spent years of painful learning and nothing seemed to materialize out of it: in my personal, professional life. It was experience. Still valuable.

But how about some materialization also?

If what I need to do seems too much, probably I am not in the right path.

When you are in the periphery of something, the way in seems difficult. There are shortcuts, but if you don’t know about them, you might spent all your life in the labyrinth.

So, how do I get a key?

A fairy godmother or a fairy godfather, as a mentor or friend could be an example.

The other thing, would be to take a form of action which is risky, high gain high benefit and at the same time is bringing together both mine and the group’s best interests.

Instead of working too much, I need to be strategic 😉

 

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One thought on “March 9, 2018-Being strategic instead of working too much

  1. A fairy Godmother is a good idea.
    Now, the key thought in Art (Includes publishing) is DISTRIBUTION. Visibility, galleries, stores that sell what you do. If we don’t get that, we’re as good as dead. Reason why I don’t self-publish, because there is no distribution behind it.
    Think about it and if you come up with a brilliant idea… let me know.
    Bz

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