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what i want to do when i grow up and what could i do to get there

right now I'm trying to start a clothing brand and i make music on my SoundCloud I also like designing logos and I'm selling candy I basically own the candy house. but really don't know what to do with my clothing brand and I need advice so I am at least make some shirts.

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Grace’s Answer

Hello! It's fantastic that you have multiple interests and are actively engaged in various pursuits. Regarding your clothing brand, I understand the uncertainty surrounding your next steps. To move forward, consider a few options:

Depending on the type of clothes you want to create, you might want to develop a collection or introduce a few new pieces designed specifically for your target audience. By doing so, you can gauge the market's response and see how well they perform.

Alternatively, you could temporarily pause your clothing brand idea and explore the opportunity to intern at an established clothing brand. This experience would not only provide inspiration but also offer valuable insights into how other companies are structured and managed. You can then apply these newly acquired ideas to your own brand, enhancing its potential for success.

Ultimately, the decision depends on your goals and aspirations for your clothing brand. Take the time to evaluate your options and choose the path that aligns best with your long-term vision. Keep pursuing your passions, and I'm sure you'll find the right direction for your clothing brand!
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Nina’s Answer

Hi There - wow sounds like you're quite an entrepreneur! When deciding on a career path, think about the types of experiences that you enjoy and what you would like to spend your time doing? Do you prefer designing? or sales? or perhaps a combination that includes both - or something else entirely. Think about what kind of environment you prefer - an office, a studio, or maybe out in the field? Visualizing where you want to be will help you decide what works best for you. Are there any other creators out there that you have seen and admire? you can ask them more about their day-to-day to get an idea of what it could be like for you. The good news is that if you change your mind or find a new passion you may be able to follow that path as well. Good luck!
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Joseph’s Answer

One thing: Don't get a degree. It's a scam. Unless you have a full scholarship or are able to afford it, it's totally worthless. I have taught myself what is required to build a decent career in design and animation. There are a lot of resources online that have proved far more valuable than my college experience. And, like me, having one hundred thousand+ dollars in debt has been nothing but a chain around the neck. If you find like-minded people and set up your own creative collective or workshops, etc., you can emulate a healthy social environment for learning and growing.
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