Setting goals is the key to realising your artist career dreams

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, August 16, 2018

Setting goals can help you to realize your artist career dreams. Without goals, you’re at the whim of what comes to you – with them, you’re steering your own path.

 Read More


Recent Posts


anxiety insights creative relationships professional jealousy criticism being kind to yourself competition career strategies intimidating emotional support artists home peers touring cluter-free living 'Ouch!' podcast stress tact creative person procrastination new year holidays silver package goals achieved auditions quick tune-up dreamtime agent brainstorm visualise bands motivation onstage personal boundaries client testimonials, eastenders star lisa hammond, rachael spence, coaching service for creative people, actresses, comedy writers artist calendar impetus artist mentors success creative career coach collaborators fear creative ambitions musicians USP workstations subconscious imagination artist collegues productivity creative routine creative identity planning creative goals instincts professional encouragement. diary BBC work trips support creativity blocks self-reflection budgeting contents of proposal career support creative vision career goals creative industries workaholism clutter audition success nerves career infrastructure singers grounding practices creative process attraction writing efficiently testimonials work life disability tidying up strengths critics social time confidential work on weaknesses 'Organizing for Creative People' shake up agents health managing schedule boundaries artist goals routines career resources avoidance career strategy working for free good coach 2018 goals artist routine passive aggressive behaviour gentle safe space artist strategy collaborations green room cave art stage fright human needs artist career instinct re-imagining just four coaching sessions standard issue podcast austerity mistakes short and sweet counselling creative career goals meditation goal setting Lisa Hammond audience timewasters children balance time management insecurity creative industry partners creative career coaching relationships self-care audition panels skills drafts professional mentors resentment jealousy artist workspace structure personal space bodily needs Grange Hill success stories lists artistic conviction family confidences purpose performance mentoring misuse of power non-fiction audiences career conacts coaching emotional resilience nascent artists professional boundaries mental health #metoo planning books female singers creative re-framing scheduling power dynamics creative support network colleagues author writing being organized weaknesses staying tidy effortlessly artist support grace five year plan career direction creative block, artist, creative, energy sappers loyalty literary proposal performers breaks creative people problems artist organization client creative support bad reviews publisher artist community artist vision self-critisicism cry shows absences fellow creatives 'Ever So Lonely' friendship negative people grounded efficiency managers