The best way for me to describe a workflow would be: it’s a checklist of everything you do. To elaborate, a workflow is the order of steps your work passes through from start to finish. It’s the method you set up for getting your stuff done.
Don’t leave thinking this entire article a big flex. It’s not, it’s for you to know I speak from years of real experience and about a metric tonne of books. I hope you see how I model: posing a specific problem you want to solve, finding a creative solution people are willing to pay for, and building upon your most successful ideas.
In my previous post: How To Use Your Doubts And Fears To Build Your Business, I brought up something that makes us all a little uncomfortable: our biggest doubts and fears. More specifically, insecurities that have you stuck in your situation, or are hurting your ability to set effective goals for yourself. I covered how…
A huge part is of getting comfortable with your fears is mindset. A great tool for helping your mindset is goal-setting.
The human brain needs specific, measurable goals. Mindfulness and day-dreaming are far less likely to have the same, lasting result.
But first, you need to know where you’re starting. I have some better alternatives to get you in the right mindset to figure out where you are, and where to go with your creative practice.