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Still, she struggles with how to interpret her clients’ responses to her art. “I am such an enthusiastic person if I enjoy something, and it’s taken me a while to realize not a lot of people wear their happiness on their sleeve like I do. When I don’t get the appropriate amount of excitement that, say, I would show, I think, ‘Do they not like it? ” —F. SCOTT FITZGERALD As a teenager, Jia Jiang had big entrepreneurial dreams. When he was about to turn thirty, he realized he’d settled into a comfortable life, but was no longer pursuing those dreams.
Ugly is the blanket term for the vital parts of creativity we like to pretend don’t exist—fear of failure or judgment, block, perfectionism, procrastination, self-doubt. By the end of this book, I hope you’ll be far more intimately engaged with the ugly parts of your creative life. That intimacy is what will set you free. Something compelled you to pick up this book. Whatever it is is unique to you, but I’m going to go ahead and assume that, broadly speaking, there’s something nagging at you. There’s a good chance you don’t really know exactly what it is yet, and that’s OK.
His dedication and quality of work eventually led to him working at his craft full time, but not until he was in his fifties. When I told my mother I wanted to go to art school, she practically face-palmed and said, ‘Really? ” Now, Stacey is a successful gallery artist and has steady work doing commissions and illustration. Still, she struggles with how to interpret her clients’ responses to her art. “I am such an enthusiastic person if I enjoy something, and it’s taken me a while to realize not a lot of people wear their happiness on their sleeve like I do.
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