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Archive for the ‘Navigating Saboteurs’ Category

Launch Anxiety? Why Lean Startup Concepts Bust Fear

How Lean Concepts Can Help You Launch Even if we're very creative and and get a lot done, there are usually one or two projects that anxiety...

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Not Letting Your Talent Stop You from Finding Your What’s Next

TRAPPED BY OUR TALENT:  Just because you're exceptional at it, doesn't mean you need to keep doing it. Recently, I...

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15-Minute Creativity – Busting Beliefs About the Need for Big Blocks of Time

How to carve out time for creativity and innovation The idea behind the Summer Creativity Project Pact experiment (which will come to a close in just over a week)...

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Creativity’s OTHER Dark Night of the Soul: Success out of Success

In the last post we discussed struggle during the creative process, and how it can be a one-way ticket to...

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Creativity’s Dark Night of the Soul: Success out of Struggle

By now you know that I’m a huge fan of Project Runway. I love seeing what the designers come up...

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Creativity Saboteurs – Busting Through Our Internal & External Nay-Sayers

It doesn't matter if we're just beginning to explore our creative process or have been at it for years, internal...

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What I’ve Learned About Creativity from Watching Project Runway

What You can Learn About Creativity from Project Runway Some of you already know that I have a love-hate relationship with television.  (more…)

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Being Fully You – The Biggest Creative “Risk” of All

This week, I was deeply moved by a podcast interview with Kevin Allison, creator and host of RISK!, a story-centered...

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What Lady Gaga and George Clooney Have in Common – With Us

Creative Fear Last week, I talked about the fallacy of assuming that just because someone is accomplished, experienced and confident about their...

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Creativity Saboteur: Is This REALLY What I Should Do?

Creative Saboteurs are a sign you're moving in the right direction One of my clients came to her session with a familiar question. It’s one that typically comes up when someone...

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