The 3 R’s of Content Creation

I’ve created a lot of content in my day. Some of it went nowhere, some of it was published (in books, YouTube or on my/a website), and some of it sits quietly in a folder on my hard drive perhaps to be revived again someday. Still I’d often find myself in the trap of always trying to create new things. Until I came to notice that constantly trying to create new things often stopped all creativity;…

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How Creatives Kill Their Business

I’ve been doing Business Energy work for a few years now and have had the pleasure of working with several highly creative people: artists, writers, jewelers, and bakers for example. Usually they come to me knowing that something is out of sorts with their business and they just don’t seem to be able to pinpoint what’s wrong. Often I start with a bit of a diagnostic check as I connect with the different aspects of…

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