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How to go from corporate job to Artist
September 23, 2018
Whether you’re a singer, comedian, magicians, musicians, model, actor, chef, photographer,
dancer, fashion designer, it doesn’t matter. Most people in life never have a job that they
truly love to do. Wouldn’t it be nice, when you start your day, to be excited about it?
How many of us can honestly say that we focus on our artistic skills? Most of us have a
corporate career, one that pays just what we need to live. Living from paycheck to paycheck;
wake up, go to work, come home, eat, shower, go to sleep, just to wake up and do it all over
again. Does any of this sound familiar?
Realistically, though, I know what most of you are thinking: “My talent won’t bring me
money.” I’m here to tell you that that isn’t true! Now, there are websites dedicated to finding
Artists to hire, Doodeo is one of them. You can check this post how Web promotion is the
way to go.
Even if you use just one hour of your day to focus on what you love to do, you will feel less
stressed. There are studies that show that adults who focus on doing what they love perform
better than those who never focus or think of themselves.
Your corporate career keeps you locked away, preventing you from doing the thing that you
love to do. You deserve to focus on yourself, and more importantly, your talent. So get out
there and do it! Never give up, because anything can change in a moment’s notice. I
guarantee you that if you focus on yourself and honing in on your talents and letting them
be your career, you will be much happier, and you won’t be contained by a career that you