Do you want to become the best version of yourself to reach your animation career's highest potential?
Here are the top 7 traits that are detrimental to your animation career's success:
- When you feel and act like you know it all.
- You have an artistic temperament.
- You expect your work to be accepted as is.
- You don't provide space for discussion or improvement.
2. Approval Seeker
- You take disagreements personally.
- You change your point of view in the face of apparent disapproval.
- You fail to cope with any level of criticism.
- You can't voice out your ideas or opinion for fear of disapproval.
3. A Box Ticker
- You are overly concerned in following rules and doing requirements without assessing the actual merit of something.
- Instead of creating something new, you simply choose from existing options. You blindly follow protocol rather than taking appropriate initiative.
- You have uncertain goals.
- You have a habit of postponing or delaying things.
- You constantly put off improving your work habits.
- You have no space for mistakes.
- You have an all-or-nothing approach.
- You find acceptance hard when you don't achieve your goals.
- You procrastinate just to do something at the "right" moment.
- You tend to focus on comparing yourself to others.
- You're harsh and critical of yourself.
- You often anticipate worst-case scenarios.
- Your insecurity may show up as self-sabotaging behaviors.
- You always find the flaw in everything, even if it's "mostly good".
- Barriers are the basis of your perspective.
- When something isn't up to your standards, you often refuse to compromise.
- You make everything seem difficult.