When people write about personal development, there is usually a lot of talk about positive thinking, goal setting, efficiency, people skills, and specific plans of action and activity. The truth is that you need to build a foundation before you can build anything meaningful. What are the keys to that foundation?
On Monday, we examined how to overcome the self-defeating myth of creative block — a routine grounded in the principle of establishing creativity as a regular habit. But, as with every rule, there are exceptions. Once in awhile, a person might embrace the creative habit and get no results. Some people have more rapid energy
I used to believe in “creative block”. Years ago, I would sometimes find myself with articles to write and, nearing the deadline with nothing done, I’d down a few glasses of wine and plow through it, weeping at the (usually subpar) result and the joy of having a monkey off my back. I believed in