The experience I had writing “Are You a Starving Artist? Who’s an artist? Everyone!” was unbelievable. I was taken by surprise into a state of facing my fear. Yep! You heard it. The fear of being perfect. I was not being realistic and often times this would create stumbling blocks on my path. When you perform authentically, it enables you to give the best performance of your life, by being true to who you really are. Not who people believe you are. Knowing who you bring clarity to why you do what you do.
Everyone is an artist! Art is the form of expressing what you do, which leaves an impression of who you are. What kind of impression are you leaving by expressing what you do?
You don’t have to paint on canvas to be an artist! However, you must use your God-given canvas, your life and your power within to create the lifestyle of your dreams to having everything on this whole earth—not only 10 percent and not only the west side but the whole earth. It’s yours! Read Genesis 1: 26–28 (NIV) for further information.
After you’ve read my book, please leave a message below or email firstname.lastname@example.org . I would love to hear about your experience as you read my book. Each and every-time I’ve read “Are You A Starving Artist?” I’ve held it close to my heart and smiled. Giving all praises to the one and only whose made this journey possible for you and me… Trust Him! Love you! Don’t forget your promise on page 43. Exercise: What’s missing?
I’m The Friend You Never Knew You Had.
Antreina E. Stone