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My interests come in go in waves, typically over about a two year time frame. I find something new, and I obsess about it and pretty much devour everything I can on the subject, to a point, then I move on. I go deep enough to get the general framework,
I went through a period of time where I had panic attacks. This is probably in ~2016 or so. Funnily it was a time when I was engaging with a TON of different people for my business. It was like the more calls I had the more things built up.
Art provides flexibility to the rigid form of our persona.
Individually we are stuck in our old patterns. we have developed a set of habits that gives us the same output – and they persist in the way they play out in our minds every day. This is what being stuck means –we continue to get the same output despite our
1. Personal History – You learn from yourself and from your experiences. You start to realize that difficult times come and go, and so do the successes. That things don’t last, and that’s all part of the experience. When you learn from your own experiences, you get a sturdy
Yesterday I was asked by a mentor, "How are you staying the same?" I think this is brilliant framing. Simply put, if you want something to change, you have to do something different. Rather than looking at the actions you think you should take, what if you instead reflected on
The obstacles to creativity are internal. Writer's block and other common versions of it are just one way that this internal stuck point gets vocalized. But other obstacles appear as creations. And people talk much less about the obstacles that we create. We have heard about writer's block... But what
Winter. It always lasts longer than you want. I’ve spent long bouts of time here. Uninspired, stuck, feeling stir-crazy. Mostly, it's because I can’t see what’s keeping me blocked, and time and energy seem to be moving slowly. It’s like the color is all gone and
Can start solving your own.
It all starts with how you see yourself. Every time we confuse ourselves as the bubbles on the right, who we are shrinks down to fit an idea that is smaller than us. Not only that, but those concepts can "pop" at any moment and disappear. These things don't always