The challenge of being a Multi-Creative is two-fold.
Internally, one must learn to focus long enough to master skill sets and finish projects. Being constantly turned on by shiny new things and never completing projects is the biggest threat.
Externally, the multi-talented entrepreneur has the personal and professional branding problem of how as an individual they are known and branded to the public. Often a multi-creative may share too many roles, thoughts and ideas and appear as a flake, a dreamer, a "Jack of All Trades, Master of None."
MultiCreativeEntrepreneur.com (coming soon) is about supporting individuals and their teams to focus their talents to create amazing projects, businesses, art, music and organizations.
The greatest challenge of Multi-Creative Entrepreneurs is focusing on the right way to create a successful business. Once an #MCE does, however, that process can be applied again and again to other projects.
Now more than ever, the world as we know it is creating a culture of multi-creative consumers, but in doing so it still wants highly-focused individuals.
Traditional self-help advises us to totally focus on a project. This absolutely works; however, where this traditional messaging falls short is that the sheer idea of telling true multi-creatives to focus and finish may stop those entrepreneurs in their tracks.
Instead, the Multi-Creative Entrepreneur explores bundling creative skills sets so that they compliment each other. Just as actors train to be triple threats - to sing, dance and act - they often excel or are known for one of those specific skills. Also, training in all three may take one of those skills to an even higher level. In other words an average dancer may be a very elegant actor. A poor singer who trains vocally may have an incredibly powerful speaking voice.
I am a juggler figuratively and literally. Both an Entrepreneur and Entertainer, and I understand what it's like to be pigeonholed in both worlds. To be known for a specific skill set and then ignored in another.
This is about my Journey in both worlds. I am sharing what has worked and what has not worked for me. Multi-Creative Entrepreneurs follow paradigms, put their own spin on it, make it unique and duplicate the process.
What we have found is that Multi-Creative Entrepreneurs attract other Multi-Creative Entrepreneurs. One key is to attract other #MCE's that know how to get things done.
Unsuccessful High Creatives attract other high creatives that have incredible brainstorming sessions, everyone gets super excited. A week later that same group gets together and very little is done on last week's great ideas, but everyone has a new great idea, sound familiar?
If it does, then you have come to the right place. We are working on content, support and tools. Building a community of creatives and entrepreneurs to help each other succeed.
This is the movement and the community we are working on supporting.
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