We, the people, are conditioned to secure what's considered to be the American dream. Pay college tuition. Earn scholarships and grant money to cover the price tag.
Take the unpopular route of applying for student loans at ridiculous interest rates. Graduate college and inherit more debt for the next five to ten years-only to learn that your undergraduate degree may one day become the equivalent to a high school diploma.
What would most people do? Spend a couple more years in graduate school, obtain a master's degree in hopes of landing a dream job with a higher salary.
Purchase a home, car, adopt a pet, get married, start a family, and then what? Plan annual vacations to escape the cycle of hustling five days a week for a two-day break.
Have you ever had a burning desire to live life on your own terms? Are you gradually growing uncomfortable working a traditional job just to keep your head above water? Tired of being overlooked for job promotions you deserve but don't receive?
Ever get excited about your creative ideas but struggle to find the energy to execute after an 8-hour workday? Does the stress of adulting discourage you from the concept of thriving in full-time entrepreneurship?
Welcome to the Corporate Creative's Club-a community of like-minded creatives who work corporate jobs, but aspire to become their own boss.
The Art of Being Ignored tells the story of Scarlett-Rose Tate and her journey of searching for life's purpose while attempting to excel in her career.
Step into her shoes and watch her journey towards happiness unfold. My hope is to inspire you to pursue the life you want, exercise your greatest potential, and challenge your creative gifts that are dying to come alive!