Tagged: Perseverance

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Reborn: Conversation With Renata 3

Being reborn is painful. It seems that the process needs follow a certain course, from catastrophe to searching and, finally, to the new being. The following is from a conversation I had with an artist (I’ll call her Renata–meaning reborn) that began as a comment/question of hers on Facebook […]

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Reborn: Conversation With Renata 2

Being reborn is painful. It seems that the process needs follow a certain course, from catastrophe to searching and, finally, to the new being. The following is from a conversation I had with an artist (I’ll call her Renata–meaning reborn) that began as a comment/question of hers on Facebook […]

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Reborn: A Conversation With Renata

Being reborn is painful. It seems that the process needs follow a certain course, from catastrophe to searching and, finally, to the new being. The following is from a conversation I had with an artist (I’ll call her Renata–meaning reborn) that began as a comment/question of hers on Facebook […]

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Group Discussion: What Makes You Continue To Create? III

Part 3 of insight from creative people on what makes them create. This is a continuation of excerpts from a discussion I began on LinkedIn in the group True Artist: Living The Art (edited for clarity). Question: What makes you, the artist, continue to create. What end result is so satisfying that it draws you in continuously. Are results where the momentum comes from anyway […]

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Group Discussion: What Makes You Continue To Create? II

More interesting insight from creative people on what makes them create. This is a continuation of excerpts from a discussion I began on LinkedIn in the group True Artist: Living The Art (edited for clarity). Question: What makes you, the artist, continue to create. What end result is so satisfying that it draws you in continuously. Are results where the momentum comes from anyway […]