Finding your voice as a creative can be difficult and frustrating, so how do you stay true to yourself while pushing the boundaries of your work, what can you do to balance the quantity of output versus the quality, and how do you get buy-in on your creative vision when you’re just starting out?
What to Listen For
- Who does Matt Komo draw inspiration from and how did he get started in film?
- What can you do to develop your confidence as a creative when it feels like you’re surrounded by people making better content than you?
- How do you balance quality vs quantity as a content creator?
- How do you find the balance between your creative side and the business side
- What can you do get buy-in on your creative vision and get the necessary support to follow through to completion?
- How much of telling a story falls on the medium itself and how do you change the way you tell a story from one medium to the next?
- What can you do to handle the creative differences that inevitably arise between you and a client?
- How do you open yourself up to larger possibilities if you have no frame of reference for what is possible?
- How do you self-assess the difference between arrogance and confidence?
As a creative, it can be easy to get bogged down by comparing your work to that of other people, especially in today’s world where a simple search can result in countless examples to top-notch work. Fortunately, only you have your perspective on life and your story to tell, so your truth and your voice are unique to you. It will take time and hard work to find your voice, but once you do, no one can take it away from you.
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