…Even when you’ve lost your confidence
…Even when you feel uninspired
…Even when you think your work doesn’t matter one whit
…Even when you feel worn out and lost
If you have trouble following through on your creative desires, ask yourself the 22 questions in this guide to help you find out where you’re getting stuck so you can move past it and finally finish that book or that course or that painting or whatever deliciousness you feel called to create.
“This guide is a first aid kit. Full of salves to heal the inevitable setbacks of making stuff and different shaped Band Aids for every type of wound. Every creative person should keep it handy.”
– Danny Gregory, author of 12 internationally best-selling
books on art and creativity & co-founder of Sketchbook Skool
Ever since I released my first book, The Woman’s Comfort Book over 24 years ago, I’ve helped millions of creative women reconnect with their heart’s desire, rebalance their lives, and express themselves more freely – both personally and professionally. I know how hard it is to follow through on your most heartfelt desires. To put your work out there and be vulnerable. I also know the joys, freedom and surprises that come when you are able to go from idea to finished product. This guide will help you do that.
“First of all, can I just say how much I love Jen Louden!? Her grounded insights never fail to offer new gems of wisdom and inspiration, and “How to Follow Through on your Creative Desire,” is no exception. Lovely, clear and perfectly practical, this free little offering is packed with awesome antidotes to all your creative blocks. Definitely worth a read!”
- Flora Bowley, artist * author * inspirationalist
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