A captivating animation of Dan Pink’s discussion of motivation in which he explains why money alone is not a sufficient motivator for more cerebral. as opposed to manual, tasks. While Pink fails to include artists in his discussion – relying instead upon highly skilled/educated programmers and the like - I believe artists clearly fall into this category. This explains why so many creatives remain true to their art even in the face of financial ruin. Therefore, money alone is insufficient to drive an artist for any extended period of time; a greater purpose of some sort must exist to truly motivate a creative.
Too often creative-minded people focus 100% of their attention on their craft and forget to safeguard themselves from crippling legal and business issues that prevent financial success. This site is designed to provide artists of all mediums (authors, musicians, filmmakers, photographers, etc.) with critical legal knowledge and business concepts to further their creative careers by protecting both their work and themselves from potential legal pitfalls and business failures.
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I am sincerely looking forward to building a community around this site and making an significant impact in the lives of artists. Thank you in advance for your participation, attention, and interest in serving the creative class with me.
Creative entrepreneurs -- e.g., photographers, musicians, designers, filmmakers, authors, and small business owners who think outside the box -- I created this blog specifically for you to help foster your success by sharing critical legal and business advice.