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October 30, 2013

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Jack Bair

Eric, Thanks for your choice words on a needful subject. I'm applying this as an artist and a voiceover actor. And I'm thankful for what you've done for the art world. Evidence you've paid more attention to the positives than the negatives. Cheers!
Jack Bair, Michigan

Theresa Grillo Laird

It's very surprising to hear that you battle negative thoughts each day.Van Gogh was given so much negative feedback from such a young age, that it's not surprising that he thought he didn't deserve success. Many people offered him really good help in his artistic life but he truly was his own worst enemy.
Negative voices are so persistent that even success on it's own won't shut them up. How about these for a random few.
Only a few become great-How likely is it really that you'll be one of them?
You need money to make money.
once you're over 30 (or 40 or 50) you can forget about succeeding.
You don't have a clue what you're doing- you call yourself an artist?
How arrogant to think you can be great.

Did you ever notice how many negative messages are exactly the same, but are just voiced from a different angle? Sneaky little devils, aren't they?

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That's the kind of image that i really thing is super image like. If more images very real like this were out there we'd be super full of graet images in the world.

Aleada Siragusa

Vincent Van Gogh was so very unique in his approach to art, his contemporaries were successful partly because they rendered form more accurately, but it is certainly debatable that their work showed the passion which Vincent Van Gogh's art displayed. As far as the world at large, I am sure people recognize Vincent Van Gogh's name more frequently than any other artist in the Impressionist movement, perhaps because of the tragic life he lived but I hope they also experience the genius and mastery of a work done because of and in spite of his tortured soul. The miracle is that he believed in himself enough to continue his art through such adversity, and thank God for his brother Theo. To see his work in person and to also experience the texture which is an integral part of the experience is just wonderful. He is so much more than a starving artist and his is a success far beyond this material world. Perhaps it is our strength of spirit and life experience which is also reflected in a work of art, I hope so.

Aleada Siragusa

Vincent Van Gogh was so very unique in his approach to art, his contemporaries were successful partly because they rendered form more accurately, but it is certainly debatable that their work showed the passion which Vincent Van Gogh's art displayed. As far as the world at large, I am sure people recognize Vincent Van Gogh's name more frequently than any other artist in the Impressionist movement, perhaps because of the tragic life he lived but I hope they also experience the genius and mastery of a work done because of and in spite of his tortured soul. The miracle is that he believed in himself enough to continue his art through such adversity, and thank God for his brother Theo. To see his work in person and to also experience the texture which is an integral part of the experience is just wonderful. He is so much more than a starving artist and his is a success far beyond this material world. Perhaps it is our strength of spirit and life experience which is also reflected in a work of art, I hope so.

L.G.

That which you say will be great encouragement for lots of folks, but as I sit here praying to have enough strength to take off my pajamas and put on my clothes this morning, all I can do is look to it for a tiny ray of hope that will get me back into the studio I love. There is so very little help for folks like me who suffer from clinical depression and severe anxiety. Once I had great hopes of producing at least one great piece of art and increasing the standard of living of my family through my art. Occasionally I still find those hopes for a very short time, and the times I can actually feel that those dreams might come true are fewer and fewer.

I love your work. You are an inspiring person to me when I am capable of being inspired. You are making great contributions to the world of art and specifically to those who just want to make art.

Yes, there are still some "Van Goth"s out here, still looking for help and hope. Keep up your very good work.


Arthur Kvarnstrom

Excellent advice and article. I come from a background of negativity and limiting beliefs. Therefore there is a lot to work to do. Fortunately, like Esther above, the Seth Books came into my life and pointed out the power our beliefs have over us. I've taken this as gospel and pay strict attention to my thoughts, weeding out negativity, when it becomes apparent. It is hard word, but definitely worth the effort.

Esther J. Williams

Eric, thanks for a beautiful article. I have read the Seth books for the past 35 years. The thing that gets us into the most trouble is limited beliefs or false beliefs. Which in your words can also be said to tell ourselves lies. We tend to back ourselves into a corner or build fences around us. The very thing we desire is blocked by a fence of negative perception, we see through the fence but our pessimism form bars that can`t get through. The only way is to recognize those bars or negative beliefs and change them. It`s hard, I`ve been working on things for decades. The greatest relief is when we actually see our false beliefs fall off through self reasoning and life changes almost instantly. We can`t be perfect, but we all possess the power to change that which we are not satisfied with in our personal lives.
My heart always holds a special place for Van Gogh because he was a tormented man, he was his worst enemy. He could not get the help he truly needed before it was too late. Let us not repeat his demise. If we have some latent talents, we need to let them shine.

Jerry Chautin

.....The romantic “starving artist” image is exemplified by Rodolfo, a bohemian poet in the opera La Boheme....

To read the full story about successful artists go to http://www.thecherokeescout.com/content/e-edition/2013/10/22/A07.pdf

Jerry Chautin
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Volunteer SCORE business mentor, Atlanta, Sarasota & Murphy, NC
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Susie Rachles

Hahaha... so nice to hear that someone as accomplished and successful as you has self doubt! I very rarely am able to get through a painting without thinking "oh man what were you thinking? ". I always feel like my past paintings were strokes of luck and now this one will show the world that I am a fraud. Seriously!

BUT... self doubt is better than an unrealistic over inflated opinion of your skills and thinking you are at a level that you clearly have not obtained. Self doubt will keep you more humble and keep the fire lit under you to learn more and try harder. That is what I love about my art world, I have miles and miles to go on this journey and I am learning as I go. Every day is a wonder and I love the artist I meet along the way.

Yes, self doubt is good... it keeps the fire hot!
Susie Rachles Indiana

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