TOP 10 tips you definitely don’t know about growing your NFTs

NFTs are growing quickly, and so is the community behind them. More and more people are getting involved in this new way of life, but that doesn’t mean that everyone knows everything about it yet. The truth is, there’s still a lot to learn when it comes to growing your NFTs—and it’s not always easy. So we’ve got some advice for all of you who are ready to take your NFTs from seedling stage to blooming bouquet (or at the very least, something that looks like a flower).

Don’t just wish for more NFTs. Get them up!

The first thing you do is make sure you have a portfolio of work from the last few years that showcases your talent, experience and professionalism. If they’re looking at you to do something, they need to be able to see that you can deliver. If they don’t know what type of work you’ve done or what type of person/project manager/marketer you are, it’s going to be really hard for them to commit. So put together a great presentation about yourself!

Once your presentation is ready, add some examples of NFTs in there as well—they’ll help emphasize how much experience and skill you have in this area and may even convince them that hiring someone like yourself could be worth it (and save them money!). Here are some options:

  • A good LinkedIn profile with lots of recommendations and good reviews from previous employers
  • An advertisement campaign where people loved the way their product was marketed online or on TV (or both!)
  • A video showing off some impressive assets such as animation models or 3D renderings

Apply to join a guild.

Join a guild. Guilds are a great way to learn from other people who are also interested in growing their NFTs. Just like you, they’ll want you to succeed and will be happy to help out! The best part? Joining one is completely free!

Guilds can also be a great way of meeting new people who share your love for NFTs—and maybe even finding some new friends with whom you can grow your collections together.

Be nice

You should always be nice to your NFTs. Your NFTs are like little pets that don’t move around much, but they still need love and attention. If you want them to grow well, you have to talk nicely with them and give them attention in the form of fresh water every few days, or maybe every day if you’re really into it!

It’s important for your plants’ growth if you’re nice not only to yourself but also other people too! For example, I’ve had a friend who told me that she doesn’t like growing her own food because she thinks it takes too much time and energy (this is false). But then when I told her about some awesome tips for growing delicious veggies right on top of my kitchen table, she became super excited about trying out my technique! That was pretty cool because now we can both enjoy some delicious greens together later this week!

Be patient

You must be patient to grow your nft. This means you have to be patient with the nft itself, what it does and how it grows. You also need to be patient with yourself and others who are growing their own NFTs. If you are not used to patience, it can take some time for you to get used to this new way of thinking about things in life and business!

Create a daily routine and stick to it like white on rice.

To reach your goals, you need to develop a routine that works for you. One way to do this is by setting aside time every day to tend to your plants. This can include anything from checking on their health and giving them a nutrient boost, or simply giving them water. If you want to maintain a healthy NFT garden, it’s important that each plant gets the care it needs on a regular basis.

A good rule of thumb is keeping track of each plant’s progress: how much it grew in one day; how many leaves have emerged since last week; what nutrients are running low in the tank—and planning accordingly so that all plants get the attention they deserve. You can accomplish this by taking measurements at specific times each week—or even daily if necessary!

Start small. Make a habit of giving weekly or biweekly, not monthly, gifts.

  • Start small. Make a habit of giving weekly or biweekly, not monthly, gifts.
  • Focus on the long-term growth of your NFTs and don’t worry about what other people are doing or what you can’t do/don’t know/don’t have—it’s all in your hands! (And by “your,” I mean your NFTs’ hands.)
  • Don’t compare yourself with others; they might be growing faster than you because they’re already established in their field and you’re just starting out! Focus on focusing on yourself, which is actually a great way to focus on others too because you’ll be so much more productive when you aren’t worried about measuring yourself up against other people’s accomplishments!

Learn from the experts.

The best way to learn is by reading and listening, so it’s a good idea to find as many resources as possible.

There are many books and online resources that can help you get started with NFTs. One of the best books on this topic is “The New Farm Revolution: How Vertical Farming Will Change the Way We Eat” by Marcin Jakubowski (see link in Resources section). This book goes into detail about how vertical farming works, who’s already doing it, the benefits of vertical farming compared with conventional methods, and how you can start your own operation. It even provides step-by-step instructions for building your own grow room! The only downside is that it’s written from an American perspective; if your interest lies elsewhere (or if English isn’t your first language), then there might be other sources which better suit you needs

Take care of your body and mind first.

When you’re starting a new habit, it’s important to make sure that your body and mind are in the right place to do so. If you’re stressed out or not feeling well, it would be better to wait until those feelings pass before attempting the new habit. You should also make sure that there is enough time in the day for the new habit—if it feels like too much of a time commitment, then maybe take some things off of your plate first.

Give yourself time to grow and things will happen

You’ve spent all this time and money on your plants, so don’t expect to see results immediately. It’s also important that you never give up. If at first you don’t succeed, try again! Don’t let past failures discourage you from growing more NFTs or any other crop in the future—just keep trying until the right combination of conditions is found and things start going your way.


Okay, now that you know all the tips, it’s time to put them into practice. Don’t be afraid of failure or success; just keep trying new things and learning from your mistakes. We wish you luck on your journey!