Cartoonist. Writer. Educator. Author, Out on the Wire: The Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio.
Believes imagining your future projects creates idea debt that holds you back from doing them.
Thinks it’s important to pick one goal and go all in on that.
“If you procrastinate, it’s not because you’re broken. It’s because you’re facing unknowns.”
Has 11 questions to ask yourself to find your creative rhythm and better set realistic expectations for yourself.
Thinks knowing where you are in the creation-communication matrix can help you figure out how to get to where you want to go.
“If what you’re doing is deep, if it’s worth doing, it’s going to be hard.”
Believes procrastination isn’t about your character, it’s about anxiety and it can be overcome.
Thinks tracking how you spend your time can help you make conscious choices about what you do with it.
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