In the past 25 years movie director James Cameron has only directed a handful of full length pictures.
Of course James Cameron is a legend because that handful includes Aliens, Terminator, Titanic and Avatar. It was almost 13 years between Titanic and Avatar.
What if you followed Cameron's lead?
What if, instead of taking a limited budget and spreading across 4-5 projects, you only did 1 or 2 things a year?
What if you only did artistic projects you were really excited about, even if that means you drop out of the public's eye for a while?
Yesterday I talked about the abundant arts world and suggested that building strong, authentic relationships was one way to thrive in the world.
Maybe another way to thrive is by simply doing less art?
Fewer projects. More time to develop them.
What if you tried that?