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Cassandra J. Haxton Nov 28
Just finished reading Jeff Goins new book Real Artists Don't Starve. Great book! Thank you so much to Jeff for sending me a copy for signing up for his course!!
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Jeff Goins Mar 3
There is a secret every professional artist knows that the amateurs don't: being original is overrated.
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Jeff Goins Feb 16
We don't fake it till we make it. We believe it till we become it.
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Jeff Goins Feb 18
Eventually, you have to decide who you are. You have to choose your role and own that identity.
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Jeff Goins Aug 1
Starving Artists try to master one skill. Thriving Artists acquire whatever skills are necessary to get the job done.
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Jeff Goins Jun 1
Even after a year, I'm still doing the same happy dance. Not only did Real Artists Don't Starve come out in paperback, but there are still great bonuses to be had. Thank you for your support!
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Jeff Goins May 31
In this post, I'm going to share with you what I've learned about book marketing, why my goals are different for this book, and what I'm currently doing to promote it (as well as how you can join me).
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Jeff Goins May 25
Many artists are, in fact, not suffering for their craft. They’re proudly producing work that matters and pays the bills.
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Jeff Goins May 11
Pre-order your paperback copy of Real Artists Don't Starve and claim over $100 worth of exclusive bonuses.
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Jeff Goins Mar 22
If you don't make money, you won't have any art to make. We must seek to better understand the business of being an artist.
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Jeff Goins Mar 22
The chief goal of every artist is to make the work great.
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Jeff Goins Mar 16
Your art is never beholden to a single form. You can always change and evolve, and the best artists do this regularly.
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Jeff Goins Mar 15
Before art can have an impact, it must first have an audience.
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Jeff Goins Mar 1
Creative work involves pulling together old ideas and offering new insights on them.
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Jeff Goins Feb 17
The reason many of us next self-actualize is because it's easier to play a role in life than it is to become our true selves.
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Steve Keating Dec 12
RT : Sometimes, it's not the big risks that pay off but the small ones that get you the big win.
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Joel Comm Oct 27
Innovation is really reiteration. by
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Joel Comm Oct 23
In the New Renaissance, we get to start over. by
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Joel Comm Oct 22
We cannot create great art without continuing to create ourselves. by
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Joel Comm Oct 21
Sometimes it pays to break the rules. by
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