When I decided to finally stop exploring and re-publish my blog last week, I didn’t really know what to expect. I had built a nice email list of subscribers teaching online marketing and business. Now I was suddenly going into a completely new direction and I had no idea what was going to happen next. But I was tired, and I was ready. I didn’t really care what was going to happen next, I just knew that this was a direction I wanted to take, so I was just going to bite the bullet and see what would happen. I was expecting...
Andrea is a super-diverse creative; a teacher, an actor, a podcaster, a yogi... the list goes on! Andrea is a meditation facilitator for startup companies and creative individuals, founder of Peace and Play Yoga and the producer and host of the Creative Imposter podcast, a show that is all about how to get out of your head and take bold action in your life and work despite that little voice in your head that says who do you think you are, you can't do that.
I sat down with Andrea to discuss creativity and what is known as the imposter syndrome.
I’ve been thinking about goal-setting a lot in the aftermath of my 2016 annual review. As I was writing the review, it became really clear to me that the way I’ve approached and executed my goals hasn’t worked for me at all.
As a driven, ambitious person, I was all for setting “big scary goals” for the year and then launching myself into action. I’m good at getting stuff done. I rarely feel overwhelmed, and this year I’ve had the time to really get stuck in with the work. However, my execution has lacked one crucial element - consistency.