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Production elements
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Production elements

When we talk about theater and the artistic team, the story always starts with the director, who as a rule, in agreement with the producer, chooses his artistic team.

No skipping steps
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No skipping steps

For each lesson I say it was difficult. But this one was one of the hardest.

Because I was convinced all the time that it’s ok to skip steps. I can. “I’m learning fast, I’ll learn along the way.”

When you pay-you grow
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When you pay – you grow

We live in a world where money matters. It shows both trust and appreciation for something and someone.

You want to show respect for the knowledge you need – pay for it.

You want to appreciate yourself and everything you have done for yourself and your knowledge throughout your life – ask to be paid.

Planning in civil society organizations
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Planning in civil society organizations

Any type of organization, belonging to the public, private or third sector, always depends on three key instruments: planning and decision-making, funding and legislation.

The condition for the survival of entities in any sector is to function according to the basic rules that must be mastered.

Strategic planning
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Strategic planning

Strategic planning enables better thinking about the present and the future, the initial situation and the development of activities.

Strategic planning “is the future”, looks ahead, anticipates possible development scenarios, and also considers various solutions to potential threats to the survival of the organization.

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Don’t wait to sort yourself out

One of the most common comments after consulting with Vita is, “Ugh, you shook me up well, you’re right, I have to sort myself out.”
And this sentence holds 2 truths about artists:
A lot of us are scattered. When you have no concrete knowledge, but you want to create something, from what I know from my own experiences, it creates chaos.

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The story of a frog in hot water

Today I read the posts of my dear former colleague Nataša on one of the social networks. She wrote that two years ago, when the pandemic started and when we had only a one-digit or two-digit number of infected citizens a day (the disaster!), we were in complete lockdown in Croatia, there were no cafes, restaurants, sport or kids playgrounds, hairdressers and not to mention more.

Today, after two years, the daily number of newly infected people in Croatia regularly exceeds 15.000, over 40 people die, and everyone walks around as if nothing is happening.