This post is part of the Break Through Your Creative Blocks series.
Out of all the blog series I’ve written over the past six years, I’ve never had so many requests for an ebook version as for the Creative Blocks series.
And your wish is my command.
I’ve collected the entire series into an ebook: 20 Creative Blocks (and How to Break Through Them).
It’s yours to download and share. For free.
No opt-in, no product launch, no hoops or hooplah. Just 20 articles full of practical advice on achieving your creative ambitions.
If you missed the original series, it began when I invited Lateral Action readers to send in their creative blocks, and started writing blog posts with suggestions for overcoming them.
The project grew arms and legs, and I ended up writing 19 in-depth articles, covering all kinds of creative block, including disorganisation, lack of time, fear of getting it wrong, information overload, taboo, procrastination, kids, creativity v cash, and sex, drugs and rock’n’roll.
Marelisa Fábrega helped me out by writing a terrific piece on dealing with the Inner Critic, which is included in the ebook.
A special thank you to all of you who sent in your creative blocks, as well as everyone who commented on the posts and enriched the series with your experiences and tips.
For more on the ebook, and the full licensing terms, see the Creative Blocks ebook page.
Enjoy – and please tell your friends.