If you’re here, I’m pretty sure that I know a few things about you. Tell me if I’m right:
You know you’re here to make art (in fact you have to), even if you can’t call yourself an artist.
Your Inner Critic is a bitch.
You believe that if you just had more time or money you could make your art.
You’re exhausted most of the time.
You want to be more authentic but are afraid of what others will think.
Making money feels even harder than making art.
Am I close?
If you identified with one or more of these things than you and I probably have a lot in common, AND, you probably need some help.
I used to believe that because I struggled I wasn’t really an artist…
I figured that art making shouldn’t be so hard and that I should experience timeless moments of bliss like everyone else - that I should obsessively be making art and if I couldn’t, well… perhaps I should find another career.
Until, until, until…
Until I realized that my sensitivity is an incredible gift and that I wasn’t wrong for struggling. In fact, once I discovered that what I really needed was to Iearn more about the creative process and what was really going on, everything started to shift.
It took years of wrestling, grasping and being face down in the mud, but eventually I discovered…
The 6 Most Common Reasons Why An Artist Gets Stuck
Once I figured these things out, my creative output transformed. (So did my outlook on life and myself…)
I learned how to show up in the studio and I started making my most Authentic Art!
Once you understand why you’re getting stuck you can get yourself unstuck.
I put together a free training to help you identify 6 of the Most Common Reasons an artist gets stuck.
(What I’m going to share will change your relationship to the biggest creative blocks forever!)