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Principles For Teaching Yourself Visual Art

After spotting an article on Medium that said, “Attending art school is a waste of your money”, Chiara knew the author had to be interesting. He is.... and so we're really glad to have him here on GiveGetWin.

Noah Bradley is an artist who’s been freelancing for 5+ years. In that short time, he achieved enough financial freedom to finally work full time on his own art. Chiara brought him to share some really cool insights and lessons from freelancing as an artist, such as:

If you do any sort of art at all, read and enjoy this interview. Then head over to Noah's deal -- course on making money online as an artist, something he’s always found lacking in art school.

"Principles For Teaching Yourself Visual Art" -- by Noah Bradley, as told to Chiara Cokieng

In Defense of Affinity

Noah Gibbs left a very smart comment on "The First Question" --

This is a brilliant comment; Noah is as insightful as always.

I might pick a small bone with, "A lot of (most) people's drive and motivation come from loving what they do" -- is this true? This implies that most people have towards-based goals, things they want. Whereas I would guess that most people are more motivated in general in their life by avoiding pain and removing discomfort? See, EX, loss aversion.

But that's a nitpick, and a very small nitpick, because that's a very insightful comment which I'mv very grateful for. In particular, not factoring your own emotional needs into "what is true?" is a disastrously bad idea.

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