But that's how successful people and businesses thrive.
Look at the change in my work over the years. Yes, there are constants - innovation with the determination to complete tasks.
I was intrigued by a discussion on the LinkedIn website questioning if art has lost connections with humanity.
I wrote that it depends. There are public displays of local artists so that's a strong connection with humanity... or at least it would be if they were commercially desired...
And I think that is where problems are. Some big art organisations showing recent art compositions can have very limited connections with humanity. I've noticed over the last five years or so that, with one or two exceptions, a lot of commercially available art isn't actually pushing forward art but reflecting art styles that's already been created.
I've seen talented and different artwork that connects with humanity plus they're different and innovative. I'm expanding my organisation, Life Cycle Media, to make just such artwork from various artists directly commercially available to businesses.
This comes from my own experiences as an 'emerging' artist over the last few years seeing how innovative art created outside the art clique is ignored, which doesn't help innovations and connections with humanity at all.
This is also connected with my other passion in the business world - people. Training and inspiring people to expand effectiveness.
Yes I do also find computing is so disconnecting from humanity... says he writing on his computer for an online blog...
The accompanying music is called 'Everything Seems to Change' which I wrote and recorded.