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Whilst going through different changes in life and within herself, Rochelle was having some time, to put out other types of videos, such as reviews on her own previous work and a short film entitled: Tomboy.
She is now back with the second season of her motivational series entitled: Morning Chat.
In this episode, she gives four tips on how to keep improving, that can be used for any chosen creative path, but videography is the main focus.
Tomboy is an original idea that Rochelle came up with, whilst reflecting on her personal life.
She has had “tomboy” moments and has found change in this area, to be difficult to adjust to. It wasn’t until she entered her twenties, that she started to feel more comfortable, with trying out more feminine styles of clothing.
As Rochelle develops as a videographer/filmmaker, she’s currently exploring other areas within this creative path.
In this, the second week’s episode of “Morning Chat”, Rochelle discusses the topic of comparisons.
As creators, we always seem to find fault with our work! Some of this is due to the comparisons we make. We are so afraid of failing, that we never dare to try!
Rochelle explains that comparisons are damaging to our growth as creators. She adds a simple yet profound statement. She suggests that the only person we should compare ourselves to, is our past self and our own work, not to someone else.
With this series, Rochelle hopes to create a community or even just a discussion, for those who are breaking out of the beginner stage of their chosen creative path.