There are so many things that authors need to do now as well as write, plus there are a lot more distractions. So how do we stay productive and creative in a crazy busy world? I discuss this with Mark McGuinness in today’s show. #productivity#creativity
Pin It. Upward pointing bar graph with coloured pencils for bars. When you follow a creative path, you won't find any of the usual milestones of success. Unlike your friends who enter traditional jobs, with clear routes to promotion, finely calibrated pay grades and impressive job titles, ...
We all want to write, but sometimes it’s hard to find the motivation. In this interview, +Mark McGuinness explores what motivates us as creatives and what can keep us going for the long term. #creativity
I know Tara who made this film, an amazing story. From the Kickstarter page:
"This documentary follows Robin on one of the toughest challenges of her life- to run five marathons in five days in the challenging terrain of the Utah desert to raise money for MS research as Robin's mother Carmen was diagnosed with the disease in 1999. As the story unfolds you discover the traumas of her past and why she is propelled to continually push past her own limits."
I'm sure she'd appreciate shares and support for the Kickstarter if the story resonates with you.
Tara Darby is raising funds for RUN IT OUT– Run free from your past and the rest will follow on Kickstarter!
Run It Out tells one woman's story of how putting on a pair of running shoes has the power to change your life for ever
STEENA HOLMES: Never being afraid to fail and try something new. Instead of following the crowd of what everyone else is doing, look at your market, at your readers and figure out what you can do differently.
CJ LYONS: Don’t think of it as “self” publishing. You are CEO of your own Global Media Empire…it takes a team, you can’t do it alone
Join Orna Ross in conversation with Mark McGuinness, poet, creative coach and author of Resilience: Facing Down Rejection and Criticism on the Road to Success.
* Why do you create? For love? For money? or both? * Striking the right balance between creative inspiration and professional/commercial ambition * The surprisingly creative potential of business models * Selling books - getting the basics right * Beyond selling books - creative ways to grow your income
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