How I overcame being branded ‘untalented’?

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At a certain age we all go through a period in our creative lives when we start comparing our work to real life – or worse, to others’ work. This usually stops us from continuing. In most cases adults would encourage us to stop by calling us ‘untalented’, regardless of the benefits creating art provides.

In a recent guest post I have shared my personal route from being ‘untalented’ to creating art freely. While this journey is still not at an end, I wrote this article in the hope that people will realise that the process of creating is much more important than the result and that so-called ‘talent’ is not necessarily an existing quality.

You can read the full article here. Thank you to Zahra for the guest posting opportunity.

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3 thoughts on “How I overcame being branded ‘untalented’?

  1. So many people have stopped creating just because of someone telling them they have no talent, that doesn’t look very good, not professional enough. If it is something you enjoy doing go be creative.

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