How do we live a life and pursue a creative career where we don’t end up with a long list of regrets having succeeded at the wrong thing? There is no one I know that can answer this question better than Eric Partaker.
On The Portfolio Life this week, I’m talking to Elida Field, a professional artist whose work has been featured in the White House and on magazine covers. She’s currently working on her first book, Nobody Dies in Art Class. To learn more about her work, check out www.elidaart.com.
The act of finding the deeper part of you that never fades may be the most important task of your life. It is certainly the best place from which to create.
Last week, I taught a live workshop on what I’m calling “The Paid Creator Path,” which is a new teaching I’m rolling out about the ten steps it takes to make a living doing creative work. I’m still word-smithing these, so I’d love your feedback, but those attended the live workshop said these concepts were […]
I believe we make things because that’s what we were made to do. Not even to make things, but to be making things. We are the little creators of our lives and the world as we know it.