Measurable: Are your able to measure your progress? And when did you achieve your goal?
Attained Goals: Is this really achievable?
Relevant: Is the goal pertinent to your vision both personally and in your art business?
Timely: What period of time is feasible to achieve this objective?
You'll be more successful in adhering to specific goals than with a general objective. Let's take an example. you were aiming to update your portfolio, or inventory.
to reflect more accurately your current artwork. "I will upload 10 images per week to my Artwork Archive." This is the SMART version.
"To better document my professional career and show my work to clients."
If you make your goals clear, you'll have an easier time sticking to your goals and determining if you've achieved them or not.
It is crucial to understand why you have set your goals. To get to the "why," you also must recognize that there are many pieces that go into achieving your target.
Improve your workflow
Ambition is a key characteristic of your character.
It doesn't mean that becoming a full-time artist has to take over your life. There are many people who have experienced what we have.