There are a number of potential problems you can run into when outsourcing creatives.
It's important to remember that creatives are often working on many different projects at once and may not always be able to meet deadlines or keep track of everything that is going on. While this can be seen as a good thing, it can also lead to problems. For example, a creative may not show up on time for an important meeting or may forget to do something that was agreed upon. This can be frustrating for those who are trying to work with the creative and can lead to tension and conflict. If you are working with a creative, it's important to be understanding and patient.
Creatives are passionate about their work and often put their own personal spin on things. For some creatives, they can get so caught up in the creative process that they forget to be practical. This can lead to problems down the road when it comes to things like deadlines, budgeting, and managing their time.
Creators may want to avoid technical or business-related work, even though it is often essential to the success of any project. Many creators simply do not enjoy this type of work and would rather focus on the parts of their job that they find more fulfilling. Technical or business related work can be daunting for someone who is not already familiar with the subject matter. Without a basic understanding of marketing and promotion, a creator may struggle to understand the relation of their work with their wider audience, their consumers. Additionally, without knowing how to properly manage finances, a creator could quickly find themselves in debt. If you wish to work with creators, it's necessary for you to know their struggles and nurture them.