“Advice for Artists and their Success”-J. Adam Snyder
The reason why many who want to be writers, actors, musicians, painters, and other artists fail at making it into a career is not due to lack of opportunity or because it’s unrealistic, but because they were never truly artists to begin with and were only interested in the romanticized ideal of having fame and fortune and not willing to actually put in the hard work or time to achieve a career in the arts.
It’s a long way to the top, and there is no elevator. I put in effort into my first book, and I’m working on a second. The problem with unsuccessful people is they only see the final result and take it at face value. They don’t see the work, the inspiration, the naysayers, the stress, the fakes, the time, the blood, the sweat, the tears, and they don’t want to see it because if they did, they would be successful as well.
Consider this advice from someone who is successful and still growing: Find your passion, pursue it with the same desire one has for a moist nude woman who is bending over and begging you to enter her, and believe in yourself and your work more than your doubters, because trust me, they’ll be there. However after you achieve success those, doubters will become jealous of you, and that jealousy turns them into haters, and that’s when you know you’ve made it because every successful person has haters.
Success is the best revenge, trust me.
©-J. Adam Snyder