You pay for copyright all the time

Sheila Chandra - Monday, April 10, 2017

Think you don’t pay anyone other than artists for copyright? It’s just not true. So why do some people begrudge remunerating creative people?

 Read More


Recent Posts


temperament great artists good art work clarity of thought tidy people letting go making decisions how to save time sacrifice cleaning home organising hostile clutter stop hoarding stuff smart artists appointments loss feel like creatiing precious memories workspaces VIPs tidier myth anxiety getting ready for work branding introverts cry clear desk exhaustion professional encouragement buying wealth peacefulness pop music efficient work patterns to do list creativity diary normality mature artists clear outs absences how to work efficiently buying happiness clearing subconscious mind low maintenance magic theft emotional resilience being organized tips for clearing artist vocation staying in control artist workspaces business stop cluttering organizing for creative people disorganization network pop culture bulk buy creative confidence quality under-confidence collections stay on top of email emotional support work efficiently email overload creative people great art how to be naturally tidy crowdfunding wardrobe productivity professional creative career arrogance static spaces housework much quicker brilliant creator tidy artists writing funding campaigns green room Sheila Chandra author well organized creative identity jealousy 2018 goals compulsion friendships work/home life balance card tension work priorities streamlining routines buy fewer clothes tidy desk buying youth cleaning your desk work trips critical acclaim creative person diagnosis culture overwork artistry professional mentors domestic life minimalists motivation hijacking creativity creative culture too busy slim-line wardrobe criteria for letting go of stuff nipping things in the bud business-speak creativity long-term artistic development ‘stories’ about your possessions career strategy binge clutter addict time clutter trope sheila chandra coaching missed opportunities hobbies working class artists new year fall of innocence lazy living clutter free lifetimes wind down living mess free nurturing creative work friends social media networking morning routines chaotic double standard organise good creative habits diary concentrated creative time celebrity endorsed products artist mentors creative spark warm down well curated closet creative commissions spree control social media dynamic spaces mess inconvenience artist mentoring grief artistic chaos nurture creativity touring clean desk much better friend visualising brands artistic conviction home care email bankruptcy copyright buying stardust confident in clothes nascent artists car artist goals being tripped up boredom parent creative wellbeing feeling creative symptoms of creativity good friend proposals fine art popular culture creative organising imagination clutter networking storage peer-to-peer networks inspiration options work life business-like cupboard of shame networking effectively : clothes the void goals successful artist tortoise and hare creative career coaching partners hoarding commitment why organise elevator pitch display items tidiness in living spaces stardust loving your audience working class culture creative ambitions platform clearing in short bursts too many commitments funding low maintenance strategies emotionally secure artist guilty purchases procrastination buying hope slow and steady artist materials resentment clearing as you go multiple lifetimes vulnerability mornings self promotion just in case creative career creative magic innocence email ‘creativity’ stay tidy automatically organisation saving time clearing clutter proposal writing home life effortlessly tidy hotel room emotional balance childhood business interface to creative businesses focus