You’re that kid who, instead of paying attention to your math teacher, sat in the back of the classroom drawing pictures in your notebook. You’re the one who was mesmerized by your dad’s camera, and when he finally let you use it you never gave it back. And you’re the one who wrote and wrote and wrote in your diary because you just had to, though you weren’t sure why. You’re the kid who was always hanging out in the art room, or perhaps you’re the one who picked up that dusty old video camera and became the family Spielberg at 9 years old.
Uh-huh. THAT’S who you are: the one who was always a little ”out there” compared to the other kids…the one who got ID’ed at an early age as being “creative.”
And I know who you are because I am you.
Yeah, that’s me with my mom…Easter Sunday, 1957.
I’m holding my first-ever camera and unbeknownst to me, of course, is the fact that I’m already on a path that twenty years later would allow me to call myself a “professional photographer.”
Yes, I know you: you have that special creative gift, that mysterious “something” that excited you from an early age and which manifested itself as a talent others admired.
Despite the risks and the nay-sayers you’ve chosen to make your passion into your career. I can relate: I’ve been there, and having experienced both the highs and lows of creative entrepreneurship I established cr8vstrategy to help make your path to success a relatively smooth one.