Tackling Your Mission While Taking on Side Quests
When it comes to running a studio or creating a game, it’s essential to be focused on your core mission. However, sometimes we get too caught up in the details of making that happen we end up missing out on life-changing experiences and valuable opportunities.
Today our guest shares her experiences of how taking on side quests not only helped drive her studio’s goals but created numerous opportunities, successes, and personal growth that likely wouldn’t have been possible if she only focused on her main mission.
Q?Box Round Answers!
What’s your favorite movie of all time?
What was your favorite subject in high school?
What’s one thing that most people don’t know about you?
Likes to sing karaoke, is good at it, and has seven names!
What’s your favorite outdoor activity?
Swimming and walking while listening to audiobooks and petting cats.
What game are you playing now?
Cult of the Lamb, Alba, and Ring of Pain
TIPS and ADVICE
We covered quite a bit today. Could you list 3 suggestions or tips you would recommend to indie devs based on our discussion?
- Connect with other people and ask for help and advice.
- Try to get out of your comfort zone.
- Help other people out (even if you’re not in the best position to do so).
RESOURCES AND LINKS
How to get in touch with Philomena?
Philomena’s Twitter: @PhilomenaSchwab
Philomena’s Email: philo(@)strayfawnstudio.com
Stray Fawn Studio’s Twitter: @StrayFawnStudio
Stray Fawn Studio’s Discord: The Wandering Village