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Episode 18: Punch Creative Block in the Face!

Learn about 8 types of creative block and how to punch them in the face! Your art is what communicates your feelings and emotions. So much of art has been commercialized that this simple fact gets lost. We’ll discuss problems that we face with creative or writer’s block and how we dig our way out and continue working. So, grab your favorite drink, sit back and relax. Hopefully, you’ll learn a few ways to sumo smash creative block!

8 types of creative block

1. The off day

2. Lack of focus

3. Feeling intimidated

4. Feeling like a robot (slave to the wage)

5. The blank page

6. Procrastination

7. Being a perfectionist

8. Emotional stress

Fantastically Terrible Character or Creature

The Fantastically Terrible Character or Creature is Major Asshole and all the other Assholes that make up the crew in Mel Brooks’ classic comedy, “Space Balls” (1987). We’ve all either worked with a bunch of assholes or felt like an asshole, so it’s time to pay tribute to a movie that wasn’t shy about admitting there was a problem.ย 

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