The stroke of your brush…………….
The amount of paint you apply to your canvas.
The different types of brushes.
Is it not even a brush at all?
a 5 year olds crayon?
When it comes to money, how do you handle it? Is it just a unmanaged mess like when a young child first learns how to color?
Do you take the time to add detail to your piece of art?
How many tools are you using to make your piece?
Is your piece of art the only piece you will wish to do?
The art of Money is a very delicate subject.
Some fear making it. Some fear losing it. Others make it like a piece of art. They assess every situation learn the proper stroke. Their technique. As time goes by they master that technique and move on to another medium. Maybe they were good with crayon then moved on to marker because they could now stay within the lines. I personally like being the one who makes their own lines. Not copying but actually making something your own. Learning from others yes. But in time making it your own. Maybe now it is clay pottery. I hope you get my point.
What are you doing with money?
Do you make money just to spend it……
Do you borrow money to give your money pack to another in payments…….
If you invest, are you educated in the field you are investing in……….
Start your business……did you start small and cashflow the venture…..or did you borrow there with hopes you will make enough to pay it back……..
Bottom line what does your art work(money situation) look like?
Learn the techniques. Use the tools properly. One day, you will have a piece of art worth hanging.
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