Creatives struggling with imposter syndrome, also known as perceived fraud often would have one or more of these underlying reasons why they believe that they are not worth the hype. The reasons include but are not limited to:
Creative Life Balance
This series is created to share insights on how creatives can excel at creative responsibilities while navigating other aspects of their lives and career.
For the purpose of this article, the responsibilities of balancing being creative and having a regular job would be explored. Even though it is often agreed that finding any form of balance would always be a lifelong process of learning, relearning and unlearning, there are ways we can ensure more productivity and less burnout as a ‘working creative’.
Coding is a skill that can be used by all creatives. Even if you don’t want to be a programmer yourself, coding is an incredibly useful tool for creating websites, apps and other tools that will help you sell your work.
Read our tips on how Creatives can maximise coding as a skill or to promote their creative inclinations.