Final Thoughts & A Note On Obsession
I wanna end this whole workshop by saying thank you for joining and thank you for purchasing this. It really means a lot to me. When Alex and I started talking about me doing a workshop, I didn't really know what I was gonna teach. And Alex suggested that I could teach how to remove barriers. And when I started thinking about that, I was like, yeah, maybe that's the thing that you guys would find most valuable that I could teach because I have done that in my own life a lot. I've removed the barriers of I don't have enough resources. I've removed the barriers of I'm too old, I'm fully committed to a different career, I don't wanna shift directions because I have my family. I found that just by making sure that I was a good husband and that I communicated well, I could continue to push forward into an area where maybe there was some financial instability. I found that I could be adventurous and I could make adventure my career. And I'm pretty confident that you guys can do that too. I t...
hink that if you have patience with your craft, that you create value, and that you share that value, that you're gonna be able to make connections in this creative industry and that you're going to be successful. So my final note, I wanna say that obsession and curiosity are the wind in your sales. So don't let anybody tell you that you shouldn't lean into your curiosity or that you shouldn't get up at 1:00 AM in the morning to research a project, that you should just mellow out. For me, that's always been the driving force and the difference between just doing this as a hobby and doing it as a profession is that I just always want to do it. So you can't fake it. If you don't have it, you won't be able to just all of a sudden have obsession and curiosity. But if you have it, don't let anybody tell you that you can't lean into it. So get out there and create, learn, lean into your creative obsession, and yeah, I hope this was helpful. Thanks for joining.