How to Support Your Friends' Artistic and Entrepreneurial Dreams

Many people out there don’t feel the need to show support to their friends in their course of work because they don’t think their help can make any difference. They underestimate the power of moral and emotional support in someone’s career. A monetary offering isn’t the most important type of support there is. As a friend, you’re one of his support systems and your opinion would surely matter to him. 

It’s normal to feel not as excited and devoted as they would to their line of work, but you can make a bigger impact if you would try to be a part of their process instead of only the end result. Whether your friend is a beginner, intermediate, or an expert at what he’s doing, he needs all the support he can get from his friends, and that’s where you come in. If your friend is a singer, go to his gigs.

13 Ideas to Get Inspired When You're in A Creative Rut

One of the most discouraging feelings for a blogger, or any artist in general, is a loss of inspiration. While you’re in the process of creating content and strategizing promotional tools to release them, there comes that strange feeling of suddenly losing interest in what you’re doing. You don’t only feel tired but lost in the moment, so to give yourself time to process the thoughts in your panicked mind, you stop. There’s no absolute reason why this happens; it’s just human nature to lose interest in something, even if that something is what you love, what you’re passionate about.

When you feel uninspired, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you had lost love for your art. However, it can imply that you need to take certain measures to gather much knowledge and insight from places you haven’t been before or from people you haven’t met to ignite inspiration in your heart. You need to do something about your creative strains by taking a break and do something besides writing.