The Limitless Blog

  • Create a Successful Mindset

    A strong mindset means doing the things you say you're going to do. Start by picking one habit or a small goal that you want to achieve and then, decide that you're going to start today. You have to commit and do it every single day without fail. Don’t put it off until tomorrow. Over time you'll see you have these really strong habits and a strong mindset to do the things you say you're going to do.

     

    A strong mindset means doing the things you say you're going to do. Start by picking one habit or a small goal and decide that you're going to start today. You have to commit and do it every single day without fail. Don’t put it off until tomorrow.

  • Convincing Others to Believe in Your Vision

    Convincing others to believe in your vision takes sharing your vision multiple times with passion. You must not only explain or tell people about what you're trying to do, but then also show them how excited you are about it and why you're excited and then repeat yourself multiple times.

     

    It sharing your vision multiple times with passion. You must not only explain what you're trying to do, but show them how excited you are about it and why you're excited and then repeat yourself multiple times.

  • Self Care and Entrepreneurship

    Entrepreneurship has taught me that self care is very important since you are your own boss. You're the one telling yourself what to do, so the work never ends. You have to prioritize your self care, otherwise you will burn out really easily.

     

    In entrepreneurship, you're your own boss - you're the one telling yourself what to do, so the work never ends. Therefore you have to prioritize self care to not burn out.

  • Advice for New Creators

    The internet is your best friend and I say that because you can learn everything online. Whether you use YouTube or articles on Google, people show you step by step tutorials. For example, the fashion illustrations -- I learned how to draw them online. I looked up how to draw fashion illustrations, how to draw a figure, what are the dimensions, and then measured it all out to draw it. That's how I learned. So I would say any question that you have, anything you want to learn, just type it into Google and learn that way.

  • Why Art?

    I never decided to be an artist. I’ve always been an artist. Growing up, I liked to draw. I liked to do a lot of crafts. I just liked to create things in my free time. That's what I've always done, so for me, I've been an artist ever since I was little. It just depends how much of an artist I was at any given point.