You sweat over your bio and artist statement.
You make a heroic effort to create interesting content for social media.
You work tirelessly to craft a decent artist talk that will engage an audience.
You curse at the person who told you that it was easy to use iMovie as you grit your teeth through the process of producing your first video.
You meet your deadlines for newsletters and blog posts because, ahem, somebody said you should. (Okay, maybe you didn’t meet the deadlines, but they did go out. You get points for that.)
You Are a Word Collector
You didn’t know it, but if you’re doing even a few of the things I mentioned above, you are a word collector.
Don’t worry! Being a word collector doesn’t entail heavy responsibilities. Nor is it likely that your word collection will make it to the auction block one day.
But that doesn’t mean your collection isn’t valuable. It is! I wonder if you know just how valuable.
If you’re like a lot of artists, you have all of these words that are probably being used only one time.
That’s a shame.
There is so much more you can do with your collection of words.