It can be difficult to write an article on the parent child relationship without coming across as nauseously righteous. If I do then I didn’t do a good job. So the best way for me to remain as sincere and honourable an observer as possible is to offer a personal story. So here you go…
Hi I’m Larry G. Maguire, Artist & Writer.
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The Artist’s Manifesto
The Artist’s Manifesto is for Storymakers – creative people. It is your call to return to the passion of your craft, your creative works, to create beautiful and unique things purely for the sake of it. It asks you to disregard the need for recognition and applause, and instead embrace your true creative spirit. This is the only way we can find true success in our work. Enter your details to download your free copy.
The New Podcast For Creatives
Larry presents The Larb, a weekly podcast for creatives. Every week you’ll get a new episode discussing the creative process, how to find and build your audience, how to market your work online and how to find creative success while staying true to the art. If you are a small business owner or a creative who’s thinking about it, this show is for you.
Have You Ever Failed? How did it feel? Maybe you’re still living it. In a sense I think all of us still live our failures to one degree or another. However, it helps us deal with this reality in a positive way to have a definition of failure that helps us rather than hinders us, y’know. In real terms, ultimate terms, there is no failure, only a broader understanding of things. That only comes about by virtue of having the experience.
I visited a local shopkeeper this morning. It’s a a fruit and veg place called Justin’s in Blanchardstown village on the west side of Dublin. A fairly run down place on the mainstreet, been there for years. It’s a favourite with the minorities and some locals in the Blanchardstown area but today it was empty.
Welcome to Monday Marketing. This week, I’m gonna get into the nitty gritty detail of how to schedule tweets around the clock, 24 hours, completely on autopilot. Occasionally I edit the schedule or delete content from the stream because it’s not relevant, but largely, the content I tee up is refined and specific to the audience I wish to attract. By following what I’m gonna show you, you can do this too with only $10 bucks a month.
Writing here on the site and producing podcast episodes, basically doing what I do, I come in contact with many other creative people making great stuff. I know too, that many of you reading this article are artistically creative people. Some of you are digitally creative, some of you are creative in business. Whatever it is for you, I’d like to hear from you.