I just had a setback I was expecting: I had a NO from a gallery I was collaborating with last year, I did some work for them, and now I asked for a job. The person I was working with and I was counting on supporting me, pulled out.
I was kind of expecting it, since she was silent the last time I emailed her.
I went out for a coffee.
At the same time, I have this killer project. This mentality of theirs is defensive of privileges.
How about mine?
I am used to being rejected actually, because I always felt as a minority.
But did I really like the way these people worked?
Deep down, I think they are conventionally good but boring. I went there for the name of the gallery.
It can be important.
Maybe, I can start from giving value to myself.
How did my last relationship end?
In a similar way.
With someone who was not appreciating my full value.
Am I appreciating myself enough?
What would I do if I consider myself a star and the main character in my life?
I would look for help and collaboration with people who really inspire me.
So, let’s do that.