‘It’s Good To Be Uncomfortable’

Nobody really likes to be uncomfortable, but it’s a necessity for creative living. As animator Mark Phillips reminds us, when you get comfortable, you stop creating new things.

Phillips talks a bit about working a 9-5 and the niceties of getting the pats on the back in that type of position. But he also points out that when you get too comfortable, you stop creating anything meaningful. We’ve talked about breaking out of your comfort zone before, and the same holds true here. Remember, it might not be awesome at the time, but it’s good to be uncomfortable sometimes.

Notes on Doing Mark Phillips – Animator [Vimeo]

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