4 Easy Steps to Reinvent an Idea

This is the perfect time of year to evaluate your business, your creative path, and even yourself. Do you need to change things up for the new season, is there something you want to learn, or are you adding a new collection? Then it's time to consider making some changes and reinvent your ideas.

Reinventing yourself can be exciting and scary, and making changes can be uncomfortable. But a new path will help you grow as an artist and a person.

Here are some easy tips to follow to reinvent yourself and your ideas:

Go at your own pace - You are doing this for yourself, take your time, find the best possible solutions for yourself, and then make changes slowly.

Do your research - There are many options, ideas, and opportunities, learn everything you can so you can make good choices.

Listen to yourself - It is easy to let outside influences distract you, but you know what is best for you, you know the answers, let your gut guide you in your new direction.

Ease into your new direction - You don't have to make all your changes all at once, try a few things until you know exactly what you want to do.

These steps are easily translated into starting a new project or even new product development. Go out and discover something new about yourself, and enjoy all the new things you will learn.

When was the last time you reinvented some aspect of your business?
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  1. Great guidelines. It is fun and challenging making changes and reinventing ideas! "listen to yourself" is probably the most helpful tip. The gut always seems to know what to do.

  2. Reinventing yourself can be highly rewarding...I'm living proof :) I went from just making scrapbooks and paper crafts to wood and glass items. My laser was my best investment :)

  3. Working on a website as we speak. Challenging and overwhelming at times but I know that it will all be worth it. :)

  4. This is the perfect post for me right now as I explore a new venue and try something completely different than what I'm doing on Etsy. Thank you Valerie!! ♥


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