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The Power of Creativity (Book 3): How to Conquer Procrastination, Finish Your Work and Find Success

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    Is there a hidden, powerful secret to becoming more creative and finding success with your work?Did creative masters like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Henri Matisse possess an abundance of talent the rest of us can only dream of? This book is the third in a three-part series about the…
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Is there a hidden, powerful secret to becoming more creative and finding success with your work?

Did creative masters like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Henri Matisse possess an abundance of talent the rest of us can only dream of?

This book is the third in a three-part series about the Power of Creativity for new writers, musicians, filmmakers and artists.

It’s for anyone who has a great idea (or even just a little one) but they’re finding it difficult to act on their idea, do deep work and finish their most important creative projects.

In this book, you will discover these strategies:

˃˃˃ 1. Immerse Yourself in Your Work

There’s a mindset successful creative people adopt too. Call it flow, call it a fugue, call it total immersion: I’ll show you how creative masters turn on and off this mindset at will and how you can do the same.

˃˃˃ 2. Seek Out Solitude

Extroverts thrive when working in the company of others, but many writers, musicians, painters and artists do their best work alone. So how can you create alone and still feel positive about your work and the self?

˃˃˃ 3. Be Obsessed

It takes a level of focus and even obsession to see a creative project (like writing a book or composing an album) from beginning to end. If you’re alarmed, know that obsession is something you can embrace rather than fear”with the right approach.

˃˃˃ 4. Root Out Perfectionism Like a Weed

Perfectionism is a nasty weed that could be choking the life out of your ideas. I’ll guide you through the types of perfectionism to watch out for” and then root them out.

˃˃˃ 5. Practice Your Craft Deliberately

What is deliberate practice? It’s not enough to just practice writing, drawing or painting every day. You must be smart about the techniques you use for learning, practicing and problem solving.

˃˃˃ 6. Cut the Cord

For every creative person, there comes a time when you must focus on what’s important, commit to doing the work” and cut the rope. In this personal story, I explain what this looks like

˃˃˃ 7. Fall Forwards

Making messy mistakes is part of the creative process. The trick is to getting positive results is to test your ideas sooner and learn from your mistakes.

If you want to discover how to conquer procrastination, finish your work and find success, download a sample or buy now.