Let’s face it. Your parents will never understand what you do for a living. And sometimes even your friends will give a blank stare as you explain the ins and outs of your day-to-day work.

This is the plight of the creative entrepreneur, a talented thinker that combines business acumen with creativity and aesthetic. Whether self-employed or working in a specific industry, creative entrepreneurs use both the left and right sides of their brain to generate revenue. They’re not hobbyists… they’re innovators that make ideas happen.

In this article I will highlight 6 of the most common types of creative entrepreneurs, how they generate revenue, and what skills they possess to succeed in this increasingly competitive market.

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