(Via Envato Market)
You may think you’re pretty good at what you do. And you may be right. But you’re not the best you can be. None of us are, and we might never be. The most important skill this century is adaptability and the capacity to constantly learn new skills and improve.
It will take you to the top of your game and keep you there. It will get you better assignments and clients, better rates, a better reputation.
So how do you keep refining your skill set and grow your capabilities in our fast moving culture?
Here are seven ideas to help get you started:
Go to writing or art critique groups. Creative people need supportive peers to inspire, console, and bolster them. It is so important to get out of the office, study or studio to be around other people. Surrounding yourself with those who have similar goals and issues creates a positive synergy, infusing you with fresh energy. Someone in the group will always inspire you, give you a great idea, offer a solution, or provide a creative spark that keeps you going.
We went to the Nandos Rites & Duties Exhibition 20th of May at Constitution Hill. We gained awesome inspiration from the local artists who exhibited, learned about our heritage & then indulged in killer burgers at Cantene – Ars on Main.
All in all a damn good day if you ask me