Dec 2, 2014
Have you ever put it all on the line?
This week on The JellyVision Show Podcast we welcome back visionary artist, Anthony D'Amico to deconstruct and analyze the afterbirth of his theatrical, one night art show, The Glass Factory. Anthony went ALL-IN financially, emotionally and physically and we find out what he learned, what he regrets and what opportunities came from taking such a gigantic risk. Artists and entrepreneurs can relate to the risk and vulnerabilities involved in creating something from nothing, putting yourself out there, and going for broke. Follow Anthony on Twitter!
Art Collector? Please contact Anthony to arrange a private showing and artist interpretation by emailing him at email@example.com
Wisdom nuggets from this episode:
- The beauty of creating is that nobody can take it away from you. It is forever on your resume.
- There is more than one way to pay an artist.
- You never forget powerful experiences
- Being uncomfortable gives you creative friction
- Limited resources frees up untapped creativity
- There is always a way if you are willing to change your mindset
- Failure is ok, putting in less than 100% effort is not
- You can be rich and not be a millionaire
- You can be a millionaire and not be rich
- Your darkest hours are temporary. So are your brightest days.
- Creatives need to get comfortable creating a Call to Action
- Don't ever be passive with your art or your life.
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