The Courage to Be Creative by Doreen Virtue

THE COURAGE TO BE CREATIVEHow to Believe in Yourself, Your Dreams and Ideas, and Your Creative Career Path

The Courage to Be Creative breaks down what it means to pursue a creative career and being self-employed full-time; moreover, Doreen Virtue experience going through this process herself and her students enrich it.

Doreen Virtue deconstructs pretty well the journey from the creativity concept to marketing the final product. For instance, the role of feelings in the creative process, addictions, visualization, affirmations, meditation,  self-publishing or traditional, attorneys, managers and contracts, marketing, etc. Also, dealing with rejections.

The Courage to Be Creative is a mix of spiritual and mundane approach, from giving inspiration to time schedule, as long as we keep in mind that’s important to focus on creativity before money even though both are part of the equation. Finally, this is a Doreen Virtue book so you’ll find content about angels, prayers, and unicorns.

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Available on:  Amazon US | Amazon CA | Amazon UK | Apple iBooks | Powell’s Books | IndieBound

Author Doreen Virtue
The Courage to Be Creative: How to Believe in Yourself, Your Dreams and Ideas, and Your Creative Career Path
Published by Hay House, Inc. (June 14, 2016)
ISBN: 978-1401948719

ARC by NetGalley

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