|You are as good as your last idea. Wouldn't you like to have a more secure type of work?
No, I feel safe with my creative flow inspiring me to action! There is also the creativity of others which inspires me to join them.
EVERYONE HAS IDEAS. The issue with most people is making it come to life. If you enjoy what you do then keep doing it! Try till you can't try no more. If you fail you can't say you didn't try. With all the trying you do it will be considered practice. You learn from your mistakes so there's nowhere left to go but UP! :D
Not sure really, I am 68 and find no joy in our world it is all shit.
It depends because routine is boring for me, if i was in a job where i could travel, meet new people everyday, have fun, flexibility and security.
I don't trip on that adage. Futhermore, there is no such thing as security in anything but Love.
no because I love FREEDOM
i use creativity to exspress myself so as a freelancer i am happy
Love is love.
Sure, it would probably pay more too but i'm in it for the love.
I don't agree. I think this tenet stifles creativity with implicit risk-aversion. I am as good as the sum of my ideas. We should encourage people to fail. And we should seek ways of offering security which isn't reliant on zero risk.
I feel I have a secure type of work, cause my main living resources come from compositions. I am very often used for different commissions and have agreements and contracts for long time ahead. So I feel safe about doing what I do.
Sometimes, sure. Security is nice. Doubt always finds a way to creep in and tell you wouldn't it be nice if you didn't need to worry about money? If someone else had to think about it. It's pretty childish tho. We don't have anyone, really, to care about us.
There is something to be said for secure employment, including a regular paycheck, continual projects, an office with supplies and equipment someone else keeps up, and colleagues to work with on a regular basis. However, nothing beats the freedom of setting your own schedule, accepting the projects that interest you (and saying no to boring ones), and staring out the office window you and only you assign yourself.
I worked in a corporate office and they chose my work. It was nice to have full employment and a big paycheck. Now I work for myself and I choose my clients. They're the best in the world. Freedom of creativity rules.
No, I would have to quite... is anyone reading this... here I am; firstname.lastname@example.org
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