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The Puppet Master Always Leaves Clues: Part 2

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Last time, we were looking at how you ferret out the invisible puppet strings directing any aspect of your art career by paying very close attention to the choices you make that don’t lead you in the direction you actually want.

There’s another well known way those puppet strings can operate with what comes off as a reasoned, friendly approach, but with such expert control there’s no way of catching the Puppet Master in the act.

Most often, it’s called

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The Puppet Master Always Leaves Clues: Part 1

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Last week, I wrote about the invisible puppet strings directing the course of one artist’s career.

And how the entire trajectory of that artist’s career changed once the Puppet Master had been revealed.

Where once the career had been flat lining, now it was moving ahead at the speed of illumination.

There are 3 secrets to this level of transformation

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Puppet Strings

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True story.

An artist with 20 years of experience, an international presence, an impressive list of collectors, and decades of gallery experience hit a career wall.

The artist’s galleries were closing. The work was changing dramatically and not appealing to the previous collectors. And even though this artist had created a significant social media presence with interactive fans throughout the world, sales had nearly stalled, no exhibitions were in sight, and new galleries remained elusive.

When I posed the question, Why are you not selling any art? I got the initial answer I expected.

“My galleries are closing, previous collectors aren’t

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The Blame Game

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Oh, I’m so excited. Last Sunday I released the full version of my new Manifesto For Visual Fine Artists  and already the questions are flying in from around the world.

And they are doing exactly what I was hoping: asking for clarification.

I knew when I wrote this that some things were self-evident to my brain, but could very well be more mysterious to another’s.

And artist Leonore Alaniz pointed out for me exactly where…

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