Strategic Planning for artists is required to get things done and attain success. The only way to get important tasks finished is to make a plan and stick to it.
Get Focused on What Matters Most
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The Main Thing Is to Keep the Main Thing the Main Thing. ~ Stephen Covey
Attaining success requires getting things done. The only way to get important tasks finished is to make a plan and stick to it.
The easiest way to ensure you get things done is to determine their priority and schedule them for completion as needed. How you go about this can be described in one word – “planning”.
While spontaneity sometimes fosters creative spurts, it’s no way to grow a successful art career.
Planning is the process one goes through to organize actions necessary to achieve a desired goal. Planning is essential for any artist who truly is interested in reaching their goals in the most efficient manner and the shortest time.
The pace of our society continues to evolve faster and faster. It seems our business activities continue to get busier. No one can be blamed for feeling overwhelmed at times. This makes the need to stay focused on those tasks that will lead us forward in the shortest distance.
Strategic Planning Is How to Get Your Life in Control
As an artist entrepreneur, it will be so helpful for you to learn how to improve your task management skills. Just learning a few tricks will help you keep your focus on your big objectives without getting bogged down in the daily grind of small details.
Join Barney Davey (publisher | artmarketingnews.com) and Jason Horejs (owner | Xanadu Gallery) for a lively discussion on the importance of planning. Barney and Jason will cover planning tools they use to plan and how to incorporate them into your daily business activities.
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