How to Get a Blue Ribbon for your Narrative Art Comic Books

Episode 32: Gina

Failure Club: Face Your Fear-

Gina fell off her horse and hurt herself. She wants to win a blue-ribbon in a competition. She’s been in physical therapy twice a week, and now she does these everyday. Now she does the hardest exercises of all the them. I’ve been suffering a knee injury from running for a several weeks now. I thought I was better. I ran 9 miles one day and no hurting. Then the next day the pain was back. I will probably need some physical therapy like Gina, maybe I will get better, too.

“I have to get brave now”

Facing your fear isn’t easy. But keeping your targets in site is even less easy. Are you sure you want to go through the time, and patience, and mental breakdowns and self loathing that it takes to complete your dream? Get brave. You’ve got a long way to go.

“Not everybody will get a blue ribbon.”

If you want to be the best, you have to be the best. Not everybody will get a blue ribbon. Not everybody will work at Marvel. Not everybody will get a book deal. But everybody can sell their niche on a niche product that they know people  like. Everybody can make a name for themselves. Everybody can make money with narrative art marketing, but you will have to be brave, follow through, and know that this is what you want to make of your life.

“I wanted to see a horse show to see what would be expected.””It seems impossible.”

Go. Learn the rules of the game. You will never win if you don’t know what you are shooting for. Do you want to win a contest? Do you want to win a prize? For me, winning is building a monetized system of narrative art that pays me more money than I spend each month.

Assign a specific way to know if you are winning or not. Give it a measurement.

“I want to build your strength and stamina.”

This is what a good trainer does. Builds your strength. Builds your stamina. Shows you the correct way to do something. If you don’t know how to do something, seek out a person to help you. They’ll point you in the right direction, and then let you spread your wings.

To do your narrative art marketing, you may want to look at the reverse of this. Your customer is seeking for you, and you are that person they are seeking. Help your customer fly by what you provide in your narrative art.

“I don’t look at it and say that’s impossible. I look at it and say, ‘That’s what I’ll be doing.'”

Never give up on your dreams. Take logical steps to where you want to go. You’ll get there. No luck involved.

“It really inspired me I want to keep going and going.”

Find those points of inspiration that you need to keep going and– keep going. There are creative images everywhere. Find successful people. Listen to TED talks. Learn of new industry developments from showcasing leaders. Find a group or online community to make get completely motivated. Go. Go. Go. Get motivated. and produce. and sell.

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