Episode 70: You're Doing It Wrong
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For something so rooted in uncertainty, innovation and the discovery of new things, isn't it strange that creative work seems so often to be subject to voices telling us we're doing it wrong? Could it be that hearing, "you're doing it wrong" is a good sign we're on to something? I think there's a better question than "am I doing this right or wrong?" Let's talk about it. Click here for a full transcript of this episode: https://www.abeautifulanarchy.com/podcast/episode-070 A Beautiful Anarchy is posted 3 out of every 4 weeks. On those 4th weeks you can get your fix by subscribing to On The Make, my monthly missive about the creative life sent straight to your Inbox. Click the link below to subscribe and we’ll send you the next issue we publish, as well as a PDF of my short book, Escape Your Creative Rut, 5 Ways to Get Your Groove Back: http://eepurl.com/gCkNYn You can find me elsewhere at: My blog: https://davidduchemin.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visionisbetter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidduchemin Thanks so much for being part of this. It would mean the world to me if you'd tell others where to find this podcast, leave a rating or review, or drop me a line at [email protected]
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