Different creatives have varied creative processes, but the reason they sometimes underdeliver despite their talents and skills is that they skip vital parts of their unique creative process that could have made all the difference in a finished piece.
On Creative Gist today, we ask our creatives a time-travel question; if you could go back in time to change anything in your previous creative works, would you?
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From our creatives’ stories, it’s obvious that procrastination, indecision, lack of preparation, and the fear of taking bigger chances with equally bigger rewards are some things that limit creatives from reaching the peak of their careers.
Sometimes though, you also need to be your own greatest critic and apply a magnifier to your creative work and refine it before sharing it with others. This way, you avoid regretting any part of your creative process or output.
Now, you know some things to do to avoid regrets in your creative journey, but we’ll still like to ask, if you could enter a time machine, would you change anything in your previous works? Let us know in the comment section!
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