Creative Pep Talk #78: Lapsed Creativity

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What happens when we let our creativity lapse? You may think there’s no effect on us, but you’d be wrong. I explain in this short episode.

Read my article on lapsed creativity here. If you recognize yourself here, I’d love to hear your story and learn from your experience. If you can spare 30 minutes, contact me and we’ll set something up!

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