Good habits, bad habits, sober mind, drunk thoughts, and plenty ideas. When things like these cross a designer’s mind, he can’t help but cope up with his life before he hits a creative block. While happiness can’t be defined equally and same by all, a designer’s happiness depends on the things that feed his life and work. And that means his habits and thoughts. Drunk thoughts aren’t bad if you ask us; they might be the best sources of inspiration. But when it comes to bad habits, the precious creativity and the ornament-like mind gets easily rusted and can no longer function properly.
If you’re a designer who’s a lark or a night owl, bad habits can ruin your chances to create unique identities and disrupt your process of creativity and productivity. You can’t image the horrors bad habits can lead to. First, they kidnap your mind, then brainwash it till it no longer receives inspiration, and leave when you’re brain dead. Tell you what, that is a designer’s hell. His personal inferno.
By the way, how come Steve from the neighborhood is always on a positivity high? In case you don’t know, Steve’s a graphic designer who runs his own small business website designs creative logos and doesn’t come out of his shell much. Yet he’s the best designer in the whole town. Maybe he’s got an adrenaline rush or maybe he’s just an off-the-hook passionate designer. Both of these might be correct, but in Steve’s case, he’s just got good habits.
Good habits harness happiness, which is an inside job. Various angles of perception will offer you different types of happiness. For a designer to be happy and visualize happy designs, he has to be mindful and aware of his actions. His realization of the term ‘happiness’ liberates him free of all the physical objectives. As the designer comes across good habits, he starts investing in himself and performs each action with a peaceful mind. That is when his soul yearns to design the most professional-looking logos while singing the happy song!
So, what type of good habits has Steve up his sleeves? Well, he has a simple philosophy of happiness based on 7 habits. And let us tell you this, these are the habits only happy designers have got. Want to know what these simple yet super happy habits are? Check out the video below, where Steve demonstrates his habits in a happy and creative style.
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