When I was in school I had a great teacher who was a brilliant artist, she could draw all kinds of things.
She had a lot of ideas, she was very good at it, and she had all kinds in her head.
She was very imaginative.
I’m always fascinated by people like that.
It’s just a matter of putting them into a box.
I think it’s the way that they are.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be creative.
But the problem is, I’m not the artist she is.
And that’s not what I want to do.
But I do want to be intellectually gifted.
I want a career that doesn’t feel like it’s about getting stuck in a box of ideas.
That’s what I’m trying to achieve.
So that’s what we’re trying to do, to give you some ideas about the sort of career you want to have, and also about what you might need to change in order to get there.
So we’ve put together a list of things that you might want to change, and that might be difficult for you, because they’re hard things to do in a society where everyone is so driven by money.
And we also talk about some of the other things you might like to do and some of which might be a bit difficult.
So, if you’re a young person who’s going to want to get into art, you might find this helpful.
For example, we talked about this very important subject of social exclusion, and how artists are often overlooked by society because of their lack of ambition.
So maybe you’re thinking, I should do something to change that.
Or maybe you’ve got some idea of what you want, but you don’t know where to start.
Or perhaps you’ve just decided that you don.
I’d love to give some suggestions on what you should do if you want that sort of thing.
And I’d also like to hear your ideas on what I’ve said so far.
So I’d like to start by saying thank you very much for being here.
I really appreciate you listening, and I’ll see you soon on the podcast.
Have a lovely day, and good luck with your career.