Can you imagine a grumpy Santa? All parodies aside, the two don't (or shouldn't) match. Now extrapolate that into a grumpy artist - true, there are some, but should there...
When there's no one to tell you to "get up" or "go to school" or "clean your room" - guess what? It's YOU.
Is there really a benefit to "less?" If you consider human nature, then absolutely!
We're born with faith. It's a natural response. Cynicism is learned. Does it have to be learned at all?
Whenever you focus on the best experience possible for the guest, you'll also achieve being the best option for your client. If you focus on being "the best" first, you'll find nothing but frustration.
As the song goes "the things we do for love." How much do you love your "why?"
Do you trust yourself enough to stand by your terms?
Whose fault is it if your customers don't know you can help them?
in-person corporate activities are poised to make a comeback
Usually it's a pretty simple flowchart for me: 1) Will we be safe? 2) Money?
If you can be at peace wearing a funny costume or drawing caricatures or simply being present in the moment to make someone else's life a little better, then someone else's definition of success holds no weight.
Can you really "fire" a customer?