Friday, August 14, 2009

Creative Ambition Evaluation: How You Scored!

About Your 21 Hour Creative Ambition Evaluation Score
Q: What does my Score Mean?
Others may consider you a professional artist, but you probably feel otherwise. In fact, your frustration level may run high when it comes to the business of art. Others may consider you “the hardest working, least recognized” creative person they know. Through the years, you’ve left all that “marketing stuff” for others to do and it’s only gotten you so far.  You may feel you’re over-flowing with untapped potential that doesn’t often manifest into real-world-creative accomplishments. Use my e-books and this blog to help you spread the word about who you are and what you do and in no time at all you’ll be leaping to the next level.

Q: What Can You do Now?
 - Go back and look at the questions you didn’t achieve a perfect score on.  There may be just a few or there may be twenty or more.
 - Decide which ten you would like to concentrate on during the next 30 days. In the blank space beside each of these ten questions, write a number 1-10 – one being the most important and ten being the least important. (To rank appropriately, decide which questions interest you the most or which topics, when mastered, would help you the most. Although each area is important, these ten questions will help shape your most important tasks for the next 30 days).
 - Now, “guestimate” how much time you’ll need to achieve each task and go back and enter in the “target date” for achieving these tasks beside the ten questions. 
 - In 30 days, once you’ve completed these ten tasks, go back and do the same thing for the next ten questions following the same directions as above.
 - Keep repeating step 4 until you’ve got a near perfect score.

Q: But the stupid test didn’t do anything except tell me what my weaknesses are. What else can I do?
Buy one of my great e-books. These virtual information nutshells are packed with information uniquely suited for artists of all mediums. Check them out at:

Join my Facebook group “Manifest Your Creative Destiny” at: and join the active group of artists working together to make a difference.

 Visit my blog often at: you’ll find great tips from famous artists, not so famous artists and everyone in between.

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