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Creative Bullshit: Never Be

Creative Bullshit: Never Be Hell sometimes I wonder if I am even good I have tried so much, made so many attempts, to be a good writer But I can feel that possibility slipping away My time in the spot light it over I can’t say I didn’t try But I wasn’t trying hard enough And, as my star fades, I don’t know what is worse Knowing your time is up Or knowing you still have so much more to say Some much you want people to hear But no one to tell It’s like I am trapped in a swirling whirlpool Trying desperately to grab onto something before I am pulled into obscurity It would be so easy to become bitter So easy to get angry at everyone around me, to blame them for all of my failings Because it isn’t anyone else fault That I am not good enough to be a good writer, a great writer I just don’t have what it takes to draw them in And what it takes to keep them watching I’m just a guy who stumbled into a modicum of success And now is going to lose it because I don’t have the ability to keep it I’m nothing but a washed up hack Who will never be a great writer

Video explains how ‘creative doubt’ can both help and hurt photographers

Video explains how ‘creative doubt’ can both help and hurt photographers The key, at least according to this Art of Photography video, is learning how to turn off that inner critic when it’s no longer helping.In his recent video, Ted Forbes discusses what he calls “creative doubt.