Setting Smart goals for your art business
The thing with being an artist is that it’s not difficult to get excited about a million different ideas and projects. It’s easy for people to get lost, or go down a thousand stairs.
You could take multiple paths at once, and not notice that you have diverged from your original route.
Think about the reasons you became a full time artist. Did you want to be flexible and autonomy or to have a creativity? If you haven’t made
Take your move, but first be clear about your reasons for choosing this career.
Your personal goals must be supported by your artwork or galleries, projects, or business decisions.
Before you begin to achieve your goals, it’s important that you define what success looks like.
The most crucial aspects of your daily life are the ones that cannot be changed. These will serve as the north-facing point of your business and goals. There’s a reason why you wouldn’t wish to work in this field.
You’re thinking of quitting your 9-5 job, or perhaps you are working an old-fashioned job. It was a first for you to become an artist. What is that for you? Travel? Fulfillment? Fulfillment
ability to have the ability to enjoy a cup of slow-moving coffee every morning. How will your life look once your art business goals have been accomplished?
Instead of setting goals for the year, set quarterly goals.
A lot of life or career coaches recommend that you design your goals around the “aspirational Word of the Year”.