Inside your head, there’s a version of you who’s killing it.
That you is working steadily on the novel, the blog, the film, the podcast, the comic, the website. Alternate-you is publishing, going live. And the world is loving it.
But on the outside? You’re barely moving.
You’ve got to take the next step.
You should be making your creative work every day. You should be spending more time with your family and friends. You should spend a lot more time in selling your work. You shouldn’t have to sell anything: your work should speak for itself. You should be much further along in your career. You should give…Read More
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 so often harbor big, ambitious ideas for projects, then life takes over, and those projects get put on the back burner. But that doesn’t…Read More