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Turning Your Creative Passions Into a Fully-Fledged Career



By Features Desk



Wednesday, November 18, 2020.


These days, it’s difficult to chase your creative passions and turn them into a fully-fledged career. While there are many career options for creatives, a lot of it involves following someone else’s vision. For instance, visual effects artists are extremely talented and often have lots of ideas of their own, but they’re usually forced to work with film studios to make someone else’s idea because they need the salary.


Fortunately, there are ways to help yourself stand out in the industry if you’re willing to put in the work and effort. Here’s some advice on how to turn a creative passion into a fully-fledged career that you’re in control of.


Don’t wait, just do it


A lot of people wait for the “perfect” time to start indulging in their creative side. Don’t let this become a problem for you. Don’t wait around for a good time and just start learning and practising your craft. Whether it’s drawing, painting, photography or singing, do what you can to make time for your passions and just do it.


Consider taking a course


If you’re not sure where to start then a course is always a great option to help you learn the basics and grasp the fundamentals. For instance, a music production course is very accessible and you can even do it online. It’s a fantastic way to learn about the different terms and tools that people use when making music at home. It serves as a fantastic introduction to the industry and helps you learn more about how you can get started with your own career.


Get your work out there


It’s also a good idea to get your work out there to show people what you’re capable of. A lot of creatives tend to stick to their own circles or show their work to friends and family members. However, if you truly want to improve and evolve as a creative, you need to get your work out there so that you can listen to criticism and use it to grow your skills. Even if you’re not fully confident in your work, getting out of your comfort zone and sharing your work can be a huge boost to your drive.


Don’t just follow trends–do what you love


It’s common for creative people to start following trends and making art and music based on them. For example, it’s really popular these days to make song remixes of popular video game music or themes from popular shows. This is because it gives them more exposure when they share their work since it’ll be more relatable. Unfortunately, this can dilute your work and give you a reputation of someone that just follows trends and isn’t able to create their own unique things. While it can be fun to jump on trends now and then, don’t let it distract you from your own creative vision and make sure you follow your own passions instead of just chasing fame and money.


Turning Your Creative Passions Into a Fully-Fledged Career

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