Confidence is one thing, and having faith in our own abilities is something we likely all need to work on. It’s a fine line tho, isn’t it? We artists know that we’re all our own worst critics, but at the same time you gotta get out there and sell yourself, be brave and proud and assured that you’re as great as you think you are. So, really, who am I to question it, huh?
Oh sure, so you think the creative life is cut-throat out in the real world, huh? Try selling your magnum opus to a high school drama teacher and a room full of teenagers! You put your heart and soul, weeks—weeks! I tell you!—into a masterpiece and the world, or at least dad, doesn’t understand.
Your Sunday morning webcomic is here with Dramatic Moments Part 1 — stay tuned in November to see how this play plays out!
Leave it to me to turn a beautiful gaming moment into a teachable moment.
As parents it tends to be our jobs to empower our kids to make good decisions. If these decisions intersect with legitimate interests, then there is a powerful opportunity to create a life-lesson synergy that could lead to enhanced productivity and opportunities for personal development… or I just ruined YouTube for her, one of the two.