A Creative's Survival Guide

A lesson learned today - 'whatever you set out to do needs to be done in earnest, never mind if it's not as successful as the next thing'. You do this with the knowledge that you worked hard and produced what no one else could do. Isn't that the best part? You are unique with the approach, seek your achievement in that. Whatever can be done has, but its up to you to leave your impression on the interpretation. We have to move forward knowing being successful in an arena is one thing, but your individual integrity in the approach is what matters. 

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Elissa Blount-Moorhead, artist, lecturer, nurturer and all around bad ass woman. Through all of her endeavors she uses her talents by being the backbone of the artistic community. As the Chief Creative Officer and Executive Director of Baltimore City's Motorhouse she provides the strength we need to create how/when/what we want. Elissa gave me the words of wisdom above and I suggest all my creatives out there know this always.