Copy of The Ultimate Antidote for Your Inner Critic

Copy of The Ultimate Antidote for Your Inner Critic

Sure, writers should have the ability to be objective and even critical, however when our clever editorial skills take on a life of their own, it makes the creative process miserable. We’ve all experienced flare ups of the inner critic. Symptoms include:

  • Work slows down as you write and erase, write and erase.
  • You feel like you’re producing what you are “supposed to” produce.
  • The process is no longer fun.
  • Nothing you do lives up to your own invisible standards.
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The Ultimate Antidote for Your Inner Critic

The Ultimate Antidote for Your Inner Critic

Sure, writers should have the ability to be objective and even critical, however when our clever editorial skills take on a life of their own, it makes the creative process miserable. We’ve all experienced flare ups of the inner critic. Symptoms include:

  • Work slows down as you write and erase, write and erase.
  • You feel like you’re producing what you are “supposed to” produce.
  • The process is no longer fun.
  • Nothing you do lives up to your own invisible standards.
Read More

4 Practical Steps to Rekindle Inspiration even after Exasperation

4 Practical Steps to Rekindle Inspiration even after Exasperation

Sure, writers should have the ability to be objective and even critical, however when our clever editorial skills take on a life of their own, it makes the creative process miserable. We’ve all experienced flare ups of the inner critic. Symptoms include:

  • Work slows down as you write and erase, write and erase.
  • You feel like you’re producing what you are “supposed to” produce.
  • The process is no longer fun.
  • Nothing you do lives up to your own invisible standards.
Read More