Your Creative Journey

Skills: Natural Talents vs Dedicated Work on Your Craft

June 08, 2020 Paul Carganilla and Kevin Gregg
Your Creative Journey
Skills: Natural Talents vs Dedicated Work on Your Craft
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Your Creative Journey
Skills: Natural Talents vs Dedicated Work on Your Craft
Jun 08, 2020
Paul Carganilla and Kevin Gregg

In this episode, Paul and Kevin talk about creative skill.

Is it something that’s God-given, or is it something that you can crank out with lots of hard work and dedication?

Highlights from the episode include:
Feeling envy towards other artists who seem to be better than you are.

If you’re part of a collaborative project, does the fact that you have amazing talent forgive you for being a jerk?

Why are you doing your art? Do you have an audience for what you’re doing?

Recognizing that there’s always room for growth. Recognizing what needs work.

Being selective with your time as you’re creating.

Being realistic with what you can actually do.

Books mentioned in the episode:

Essentialism by Greg McKewon

Save the Cat by Blake Snyder

Show Notes

In this episode, Paul and Kevin talk about creative skill.

Is it something that’s God-given, or is it something that you can crank out with lots of hard work and dedication?

Highlights from the episode include:
Feeling envy towards other artists who seem to be better than you are.

If you’re part of a collaborative project, does the fact that you have amazing talent forgive you for being a jerk?

Why are you doing your art? Do you have an audience for what you’re doing?

Recognizing that there’s always room for growth. Recognizing what needs work.

Being selective with your time as you’re creating.

Being realistic with what you can actually do.

Books mentioned in the episode:

Essentialism by Greg McKewon

Save the Cat by Blake Snyder