The pressure to be creative and successful is exhausting.
You love your work—it's creative and invigorating—but the process behind working on your projects can be downright overwhelming.
Like when a client writes you a devastating email, or when you've overbooked your schedule and are drowning in sea of meetings and to-do lists. Not to mention that you haven't slept well in weeks, wondering how you're going to make time for that other idea you want to work on...
There's constant tension pulling on your capacity to make things.
You might think the solution is to deal with the problems you have today (like replying to that client's email) but that's like playing a game of whack-a-mole... Squash one problem and another pops up.
The real way to solve the problem is by achieving peace of mind no matter what problem or circumstance you're facing. You can do that through mindfulness.
Being mindful in your creative life would help you with things like:
Managing your burnout and stress
Becoming a better collaborator and communicator
Feeling less fear of failure
Making more and better stuff
Mindfulness for Makers
A short guide on bringing mindfulness to your projects
You'll read 10 chapters on mindfulness, covering:
What mindfulness is
Why it matters, and
How you can practice it daily to improve your creative projects.
(This is for all makers—designers, artists, developers, writers, artisans, letterers, etc.)
Now available on Amazon
Due to its very unexpected popularity, Mindfulness for Makers has morphed from a free email series into a short (and cheap) book you can download only on Amazon.
Head on over to Amazon to pick up your copy today.