1. Know Your Why.
Knowing your "why" does not only help you revisit your purpose, but it also helps you connect your past dreams and ambitions, what you're doing now, and what you're going to do in the future.
2. Identify Your Strengths
List down the things you are good at and identify your marketable skills as an animator.
3. Determine the Things You Want to Change
Identify what potential issues you may encounter in your animation career and determine how your skills and attributes positively impact it.
4. Get that BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal)
Ensure that your vision as an animator is big, quantifiable, and emotionally compelling.
Your BHAG must be doable and will dare you enough to move you to reach your animation goals and vision at the same time.
5. Write Your Animation Vision Statement
Write it down or animate your vision statement. Whatever your cup of tea is, make it visual so that you may be reminded of it every time you need to.
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