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Interview with Aletta de Wal on "Breakfree to Success" - part 2  

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Doug Foresta

Doug Foresta has a smile a mile wide and a huge generous personality to go with it.


Doug first interviewed me from his Blog Talk Radio show on my course "Drawing a Life That Matters"


In our second interview in this series, I had the pleasure to answer these questions that artists submitted to him:




  • There are a lot of myths out there in the general public's mind about artists. How does that affect the artist?
  • What are the biggest mistakes that artists make that keep them "stuck" (spinning their wheels, etc)? 
  • How do professional artists avoid these myths and mistakes?

You can listen to the answers here: 

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Click here if you missed my first interview with Doug, where I answered these questions:

  • I've been painting for a while. I'm ready to make this my full time career. Where do I start?
  • What prices do I charge?
  • How long will it take to make money?
  • When can I approach galleries? 


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