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Wrestling the Crocodile

I’ve often thought that engaging in artistic projects feels like wrestling a crocodile.  Initially, you don’t suspect a thing, then suddenly, it takes hold of you with a vice-like grip, it won’t let you go and it won’t let you … Continue reading

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For the Joy of It

I had a good day, today.  I spent the whole day working on a project I have been too afraid to immerse myself in, for years.  What stopped me before was perfectionism – the idea that I shouldn’t even start … Continue reading

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That Awkward Moment

Have you ever had that moment of lucid insight where you suddenly realise that you have quite a lot to say, that it really needs to be said, for the salutary warning of all those likely to fall into the … Continue reading

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How to Sabotage Your Most Important Work

This is not an original thought.  I got it from Seth Godin’s blog today.  However, it so aptly and precisely applies to me, I had to write it up as a form of therapy. You have a project in mind.  … Continue reading

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