Book log line/brief description Growing Gills: How to Find Creative Focus When You’re Drowning in Your Daily Life by Jessica Abel Focus. Finish. Move on to your next project. Creative people, even if they have a hard time calling themselves “writers” or an “artists” in public, know that making their creative work is core to
Obviously, one can be overburdened with things that need doing, and that can make getting creative work done very difficult.
But it’s not actually freedom from all the things that makes the work possible.
Michael’s biggest takeaway from the Creative Focus Workshop was breaking a project down to stages, and then tracking weekly. “I know exactly what to do in the time I want to spend on making art. There’s always something specific to do. You don’t have to wonder and get lost in it.”