Set a timer and commit to working for that amount of time. Make it as short as you have to so that you feel comfortable with that creative space. Expand it a little bit each time you sit down to work on a creative project.
Make appointments to work together with a creative friend. When you commit to showing up, it makes it more difficult to back down from the commitment.
Change your environment. Sometimes our environment is not conducive to creative work because of too many distractions or negative energy. Working in a positive environment can help to fuel a creative project.
Join a creative group or take a class. Being part of a group helps us to be more accountable and gives us support when we're feeling stuck.
Enter a contest, apply for a residency or grant or pick a market where you want to submit your work. Having a deadline can help motivate us to make a commitment to completing a project.
Creativity. Community. Consciousness
Victoria Fann is a transformational coach that specializes in helping consciously evolving women design a life that is in full alignment with their most heartfelt values and purpose. My work is embodied, meaning I live the principles I speak about, and they are rooted in a deep personal journey studying with world renowned teachers and over 10,000 hours of inner exploration.
My current work involves inspiring and empowering women to live life on their terms, to follow their hearts and their dreams and open themselves to their highest joy. There is NOTHING more rewarding, more enlivening or more authentic than "doing who you are"! I serve as a guide that helps unblock the pathways of old beliefs and habits and break down the walls of resistance and procrastination until the light breaks through and momentum kicks in. During my twenty years as a coach and workshop leader, I've worked with hundreds of women facilitating inner transformation as well as the outer manifestation of their highest joy.