Often, I find myself asking questions like SHOULD I make video tutorials? SHOULD I make a piece of fanart because it's popular right now? And there I am, considering all these projects knowing that I absolutely don't want to do them. They might just seem like good ideas or smart moves. Sure, that stuff could potentially make me money or get me more likes. But honestly, that motivation often comes from a place of guilt, fear or greed, and all those are HORRIBLE incentives for a creative career. So, I've been practicing to stick to the things that I enjoy and that I'm passionate about – and more often than not, those turn out to be even more profitable.