10 – What To Do When You Have Scattered Creative Interests with Pam Slim [Podcast]

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Pamela-Slim-003-rIn this episode of the Make Creativity Pay Podcast, I talk to Pam Slim, author of Body of Work and Escape from Cubicle Nation, about how creatives with varied (even scattered) interests can pull them all together into a cohesive whole and finally feel good about who they are and what they do.

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09 – Moving Past Fear to Creative Invincibility with Josh Pais [Podcast]

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In this episode of the Make Creativity Pay podcast, I talk to actor, director, writer, and teacher Josh Pais aboJoshPaisut moving past fears and anxiety to get your best work out into the world. [ I did this interview a while back, but it’s one of my favorites and I hope you’ll agree!]

For years, Josh has been helping actors, performers, speakers, entrepreneurs, and creatives of all kinds to get past self-sabotaging and unproductive thoughts – and to start to see real results from their efforts.

Josh has been working regularly in acting for nearly 30 years. He is best known for his roles in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, A Beautiful Mind, and The Station Agent.

He is also the founder of  the Committed Impulse training program. CI was initially developed as a cutting edge approach solely for actors who want a way of working that generates steady employment. But it soon grew into a “secret weapon” for leading entrepreneurs, speakers, and other creative professionals around the world.

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07 – Succeeding at Multiple Creative Passions with Bob Baker [Podcast]

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Do you have so many interests that it’s hard to decide what to work on next?

Do you struggle to get your work out consistently?

In this episode of the Make Creativity Pay podcast, prolific writer/musician/artist/comedian Bob Baker talks about deciding between multiple passions, finishing projects, learning to create on cue, and overcoming fear to get your work out to the world.

 

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Can’t Finish Your Creative Projects? Get More Done With These 3 Powerful Strategies

You can’t win if you don’t finish your creative projects.

[This is a guest post by Bryan Collins.]

Do you struggle to finish what you start?

Do you have projects that have been sitting in a purgatory of incompletion for weeks, months, or years?

That collection of stories that’s been hanging over your head, that sketchbook full of plans that mocks you from the corner of your desk, or those song bits that are still taking up space in your phone, perhaps.

Maybe you’re waiting for a huge void to miraculously appear in your schedule, or inspiration to come down out of the sky and fly you over your current hurdle.

You’re not alone.
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