Before you set out to achieve your goals, it's important that you determine what success means to you.
Consider the areas in your life that you cannot compromise on. These will be your north star in your business. There's a reason why you aren’t in this business.
Are you ready to quit the grind of a 9-5 job? It was a first for you to become an artist. You are able to achieve it! Travel? Fulfillment? Fulfillment
the ability to enjoy a long cup of coffee at the beginning of the day? What would your life be like once you've reached your objectives in art industry?
Set quarterly goals rather than annual ones.
Many career or life coaches suggest structuring your goals around an "aspirational word of the year." That word could be something similar to "growth",
"ambition", "organized", "bold", "experimental"--anything you want to cultivate in your upcoming year. This word will be the central base from which the other words can be derived.
Follow your goals and intentions.
There is no need to pick one word or one objective. The beauty of being an artist-entrepreneur is that every year has seasons. There are different seasons
call for various goals as well as "vision words". It is not uncommon to find the beginning of the year to be very different from the holiday season the workshop season, art fair season.
Do not forget to take a break and re-energize.