An Artist’s Resolutions

I don’t usually make resolutions, but I believe there are some on on this list that could be turned into goals. What say you?


RESOLVE to update my mailing list on a regular basis.
RESOLVE to use my mailing list on a regular basis.
RESOLVE to organize my mailing list on a computer database.

RESOLVE to try a different color.
RESOLVE to experiment with a new media.
RESOLVE to expand my knowledge of art.

RESOLVE to meet more people.
RESOLVE to practice a ten-second commercial about myself so that I know what to say when meeting new people.
RESOLVE to send personal notes to the new people I meet and to those who have been good to me in the past.

RESOLVE to join and become involved in an artist organization.
RESOLVE to network with other people in business for themselves.
RESOLVE to understand better what it takes to be a self-employed artist.

RESOLVE to stop whining about not having enough time.
RESOLVE to say “no” to those things that are not important to me or that get in the way of what I want to be.
RESOLVE to figure out what success as an artist means to me.

RESOLVE to understand my work better and what it means to me.
RESOLVE to differentiate myself from other artists.
RESOLVE to take risks.

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