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How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)

by Adam J. Kurtz

How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
If you think about it long enough, pretty much everything is a little terrifying. Our brains and bodies are built to protect us, and they’ve got to remain on high alert as life teaches us what to stop worrying about. Are carrots safe? Yeah! A first date? Maybe. A job interview? AkjhdsFl;sadfsldgsdfglskdfjgsdfgklsdfg.

Though we’re learning to conquer our individual challenges, there are some fears that probably ring true for all of us. These are some of those fears, and we’re going to get over them. Maybe. –Adam J. Kurtz

How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)
How To Get Over Common Creative Fears (Maybe)

 

Still need a little something extra? My “TINY PEP TALK” generator might help. Play the video and pause quickly for a fresh pep talk every time. You can even take a screencap to send to a friend!

 

A video posted by Adam J. Kurtz (@adamjk) on

 


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Adam J. Kurtz Adam J. Kurtz is a Brooklyn-based artist and author of several books including the international-bestselling 1 Page at a Time journal. His dark (but optimistic) humor comes to life in an offbeat line of gifts and small trinkets. Follow @ADAMJK for more.

 

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