TURNING how to how to draw & learn to drawing GOALS INTO A REALITY
How many times have your good intentions to how to draw & learn to draw failed? You buy a new book and become inspired by someone else's journey. You visit an art store and beguiled by the shiny pencils and inviting paper, load up your shopping basket and leave the shop with your wallet lighter and a spring in your step - only to find that life gets in the way and before you know it, a month or two has passed and you haven't even opened your sketchbook. Goal setting can seem a bit left-brained but we all need a kick-start every so often and if it gets us how to how to draw & learn to drawing does it matter?
Here are five steps to turning your how to how to draw & learn to drawing goals into a reality.
Five Steps to Turning Your how to how to draw & learn to drawing Goals into a Reality
Make a list of how to how to draw & learn to drawing goals and write them down (writing them down means you are more likely to stick to them).
Be realistic (there’s no point in setting yourself up to fail)
Make a date in your diary – ideally in one month, no later than in three – to review and revise your goals. It’s okay to change and let go of goals but do consciously and deliberately, rather than just letting them fade away in embarrassment. It’s natural that what we want now might be different to what we want in three months time.
Share your goals with a friend (they can be a non-how to how to draw & learn to drawing person!). A ‘goal buddy’ can support you in your endeavours (and you can support them in theirs). Be accountable to each other as well as giving each other moral support and encouragement.
For every goal you set, make a plan now about how you are going to achieve it. Be as specific as you can break things down into small manageable steps and write them down.
Give yourself permission to start again... if your how to how to draw & learn to drawing has fallen by the wayside, so what. The sky won't fall in. If it's something you really want to do, just do it. Start now.
SEIZE THE how to how to draw & learn to drawing MOMENT
Carry a sketchbook with you at all times. Seize the how to how to draw & learn to drawing moment!
Make a specific time each week for how to how to draw & learn to drawing (each day if you can) to how to draw & learn to draw. Keep this time sacrosanct and don’t let it be hijacked by chores, friends or family. Even 15 minutes will make a difference.
Book a workshop or a class. Mixing with like-minded people can be really motivating. If you can’t do something regularly perhaps attend a one-day or residential workshop. Check out your local museums for classes - they often run how to how to draw & learn to drawing events for adults. Check their 'What's On' and book early as they are often over-subscribed.
If you are not near any museums, look online - there are some fantastic e-groups out there where like-minded people from all corners of the globe share their frustrations and triumph in how to how to draw & learn to drawing and creating.
Don't wait for the muse to strike – you'll be waiting an awful long time. how to draw & learn to draw regardless of whether you feel 'in the mood'. Just start how to how to draw & learn to drawing and see what happens…
Buy a box file or other storage container and collect images that inspire you… magazine cuttings, postcards, photographs, bits of fabric. Create an ‘ideas’ box you can how to draw & learn to draw on.
Keep your how to how to draw & learn to drawing materials accessible and to hand so it won’t be a big performance to start how to how to draw & learn to drawing.
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