If not giving up was always the right answer life would be so easy. History shows us that sometimes quitters prosper and sometimes they miss out. Knowing when to quit and when to keep going is one of the most difficult questions and so we asked folks we admire to tell us how they think through this question.

Bjorn Olsen | Artist; Wood Sculpture, Collage and Painting

I resist self doubt by trusting my creative process and believing in my own vision and practiced skill. Before each project I write out a list of actions necessary to complete each stage of a given artwork. The framework keeps me focused on manageable tasks and allows me to stay productive in the studio. When I am stuck, disillusioned, or at a turning point in a project, I return to my to-do list and choose something very simple that I know I can quickly complete. This initiates momentum and jumpstarts my creative process compounding small actions to accomplish significant results. Read more>>

Miguel Montes | Producer and Marketing Director

To be honest is not an option is to keep going even if i think about giving up in a daily basis. I’m not going to lie i think about giving up almost everyday but i just can’t give up, i know that Aster Media Group is helping people , i have my kids and wife looking at me and they really motivate because is not about giving up is about knowing and understanding that is the time the right time. sometimes we give up without understanding that is part of the process and to be honest in my process at this moment there is no giving up their is more positive music to produce and distribute. Read more>>