Part 2 of Why We Create digs in to the yin to process’s yang: product. Try as we might, we can’t ignore product altogether in our creative practice, nor should we! In this episode we explore what product can mean outside of the standard definition of a marketable thing. We talk about bringing a childlike wonder to what we make instead of our cranky old inner critic or the cranky old outer critics. And we tip our buckled hat to those Puritans yet again.
- Eric Maisel on Duality (highly recommend his book Coaching the Artist Within this excerpt is from) – https://books.google.com/books?id=SLaBa5OtBA8C&lpg=PA59&ots=MqHg7cFjdr&dq=eric%20maisel%20duality&pg=PA56#v=onepage&q=eric%20maisel%20duality&f=false
- Why It’s Important to Finish Your Shit, by Chuck Wendig (as you can tell, there will be profanity in this blog post, but rest assured it’s wielded in the name of creative goodness!) – http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2014/11/26/why-its-important-to-finish-your-shit/
- Celebrating the Small Wins – https://extension.umn.edu/two-you-video-series/celebrate-small-stuff