How creative people turn weaknesses into strengths

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, September 20, 2018

Many creative people are insanely talented and skilled, but their weaknesses trip them up. It’s time to get real about your weaknesses and transform them into strengths

 Read More


Recent Posts


support creative procrastination workaholism career goals personal space weaknesses tidying up managers criticism goal setting health drafts creative person jealousy agents competition good coach fellow creatives intimidating grounded re-framing artist community silver package career infrastructure disability artist routine managing schedule artist mentors publisher creative block, artist, creative, energy sappers productivity success stories standard issue podcast 'Ouch!' podcast self-care author professional mentors professional boundaries creative career coaching being kind to yourself home goals achieved instinct coaching problems working for free relationships creative goals cluter-free living audition panels #metoo artistic conviction insights lists calendar creative support network USP auditions artist Grange Hill children artist strategy Lisa Hammond creative routine work on weaknesses green room creative ambitions confidences just four coaching sessions testimonials impetus artist support instincts audition success goals musicians confidential austerity work life social time stress gentle safe space 2018 goals bands creative identity personal boundaries routines short and sweet career strategy budgeting performance absences resentment writing artists grounding practices partners skills passive aggressive behaviour non-fiction motivation literary proposal BBC singers bad reviews creative vision 'Ever So Lonely' creative people audience workstations collaborators nascent artists professional encouragement. career conacts artist career audiences career resources bodily needs success self-critisicism dreamtime staying tidy effortlessly client testimonials, eastenders star lisa hammond, rachael spence, coaching service for creative people, actresses, comedy writers contents of proposal artist vision agent strengths diary new year time management avoidance purpose cry anxiety insecurity cave art efficiency female singers fear client quick tune-up mentoring power dynamics onstage being organized career direction creative career coach touring career support grace creative industry brainstorm friendship professional jealousy creative industries creative relationships mistakes nerves performers shake up counselling critics 'Organizing for Creative People' blocks career strategies creative process creativity negative people meditation balance visualise artist workspace artist collegues boundaries five year plan attraction artist goals creative career re-imagining timewasters planning stage fright emotional support loyalty planning books self-reflection mental health writing efficiently clutter emotional resilience holidays breaks collaborations structure subconscious tact artist organization misuse of power colleagues work trips shows human needs imagination peers creative support family scheduling