How can you tell if your next idea, if the next direction you're being pulled in, is the spark of divine inspiration or shiny idea syndrome?
This was a question I recently started to unravel for myself.
Context: As creatives I believe our biggest problem isn't shiny object syndrome as much as it's shiny idea syndrome.
If I look back at the pattern of my life I have undergone a seismic shift in my career every 4 years. Yes, I can follow this trend all the way back to my very first "real" job as a grocery store cashier when I was in high school.
I've been a copywriter for about 4 years now and I feel the winds of change, they are a blowin'.
But is this some innate inability to stick it out? Is it a pathological need to reinvent my work life? Is it better to stay the course, keep trying new things within the context of what's already been created (painstakingly loved into being) over the last 4 years?
Or listen to the whisper?Read More