One of the best things that happened to me along my journey as an artist and entrepreneur is that I no longer look at discipline as something that other people have, but not me.
I no longer see creativity, and huge creative output, as a mystery. I no longer believe there are things I just can’t do.
Creativity has become a tool that I can summon whenever I want, and although it can be difficult at times (sometimes nothing comes, sometimes nothing GOOD comes) there are also moments of flow, where new and unexpected ideas come up, seemingly out of nowhere. I treat my creative body of work like I resource I must protect, and defend – almost like a “seed feed, and weed” paradigm, I have to prepare it, nurture it, and groom it to make sure it produces the best possible output.