Make More Art: Claim Your Birthright to Make More Art

Claim Your Birthright to Make More Art

Becoming successful as a creative person requires a combination of both internal and external skills. You have to overcome resistance, let go fo your need for validation, and develop the confidence to believe in the value of your work. But that’s only half the battle. That’s the inner layer.

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