Break the success code.
A successful artist might not be an artist; perhaps he or she is a good businessperson who has outstanding artistic talent and skills.
Andy Warhol once wrote: “An artist is somebody who produces things that people don’t need to have.” But Andy Warhol himself made millions from his artistic works. If you were a business owner and produced things that people don’t need to have, would it be possible to make millions?
If you run your business, this kind of contradiction is worth investigating. It’s easy to ignore or criticize it, but if you did so, you would never discover the hidden formula behind it.