I’ve recently blogged about learning to SAY NO … if you over commit you lose the creative juices and energy and time to work on what is really important to you.
There is also the flip side of the coin – when people say NO to you. And if you are pursuing art licensing, you will hear no a lot. A. LOT.
“No” doesn’t mean that your art is horrible, that you are a failure or that you have been personally rejected.
“No” means that your art isn’t a fit for the projects they are working on now. It doesn’t mean it will never be a fit, but it isn’t a fit now.
So, here is some great advice from the Muppets on a Friday – enjoy!
Here’s to your creative success!
– Tara Reed