A lot of people ask the above question a lot. The answer is yes. Professionalism does apply to the creative industries, and this will be talked about in further detail throughout the post.
Professionals are often looked at as someone who dresses smartly in the likes of a suit and tie and is more experienced more than the average person within their field of work. Professionals often gain a lot acquire a lot of skills through higher education and often have degrees. Although a lot of people within the creative industries do have degrees within their subject, many people are self-taught. Although people may have been self-taught and don't have a degree, it doesn't mean they are any less capable of completing a job that someone with a degree could complete. It is purely down to the experience of the individual.
The following list explains the responsibilities that professionals have to always adhere to when working on projects:
If you feel like you're not quite at the level that you would like to be at, the main thing I would suggest to you is to practice whenever you can within your spare time. It can even be an hour or two a day if you can fit it in. It may not seem like much, but if you did two hours every day, that would amount to a total of 56 hours in 28 days. It can make more of an impact than you would expect. It keeps your mind refreshed and will make you work faster on projects you may have struggled on previously.
Yes, there are thousands upon thousands of free videos to watch on Youtube.com; however, the knowledge they provide you with aren't often as good as the information made for paid courses. Although some of you may be struggling for money, I highly suggest that you save someone money and purchase a course that will help teach you something that you're curious about or would like some more guidance on to familiarise yourself with the topic.
I would suggest you visit udemy.com, if you would like to get started with an online course.
There is no quicker way to learn than through real-life client work. The more client work you do, the more experience you'll have. It's that simple. It forces you to overcome problems along the way because you need to get the work done because the work is being paid for. you can't avoid things that you may have usually avoided in your spare time. Keep on working and knowledge will gradually increase and before you know it, you will most likely be a professional within your industry.
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