There is a wealth of research that indicates that certain habits can help increase your productivity, creativity, and/or drive. So, we thought we’d reach out to respected members of our community and ask them what habits they feel helped them succeed.

Mikey Boss Dog | Co-Owner of Boss Dog Art Dept.

Dedication: I think because of social media mainly you see a lot of people who want exposure who maybe have some talent — enough talent to get a little recognition — who rush to create a brand. I don’t want to sound like I”m judging that because f*ck it who cares if you don’t care I certainly am not your keeper! But that being said I hate to see it when it happens. For me it’s always been really important to honor the craft that you practice. Get good at that stuff. Practice. Sacrifice your ego and play the long game. Read more>>

Lorena Molina | Certified Master Herbalist

My immediate thought on habits driving success was solely from a business perspective. As I tried to find the words that usually have no problem flowing, I found myself stuck. As I look at my life, my routines, my failures, (which I love because they have taught me so much), I see my spirituality, my constant prayer and gratitude; my intentional appreciation for the very air I breathe. Read more>>

Sarah Vance | Makeup Artist & Esthetician

I believe that in order to be successful you have to get into the habit of staying consistent, staying relevant, and consistently wanting to learn and grow your education. Social media has played a big roll in growing my small business. Getting in the habit of continually networking is so important! I try to post frequently to grab the attention of my followers and share my creativity through pictures and video. Instagram has become a platform where I am able to show potential clientele my work as a makeup artist. Read more>>