"I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it." ~ Pablo Picasso
Truth be told, we could ALL learn something from the great Picasso, not just artists. We all have a talent or something we're good at doing, and we tend to concentrate on that, which is to be expected. But it's important to leave our comfort zone every once in awhile and try something we're not very good at. It takes a lot of courage to be bold and have no fear to try something new or daunting. I've learned this in stepping out in my art business; I'm trying new techniques, but mostly in finding a public venue to exhibit my work. I'm an introvert; I don't like the spotlight or any kind of attention solely on myself, but I realized that the only way I would get really good exposure for my art is to exhibit it in a public place, which I'll be doing in May. That means meeting and greeting people, and mingling. It's not that I hate to interact with people, and I'm actually very friendly one-on-one, but it's just not in my comfort zone. What do you have that could be improved by being bold and stepping out?