How to Stop Playing Small (& catapult your creative work to new heights)

What would you do if you knew you could not fail? It’s the quintessential question asked so often it can sometimes feel almost redundant. But it’s popular because it is powerful. When you take away the barrier of failure, you take away much of the risk. And with it you free yourself from that niggling…
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Why You Need to Pursue Your Craziest Idea in 2015

Every now and then an idea pops into my head that’s a little crazy. It’s the kind of idea that when I tell people they look at me like I’m kind of mad. Or at least a little odd. I’m guessing you might have them too. They’re ambitious and a little off kilter. Usually involving…
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How to Find the Secret Ingredient In Your Creative Work

Ever feel like you’re waiting for something? Something to happen, something to change. The right time and the perfect moment. The secret ingredient that you’re somehow always missing. Because you’re just not sure if you have ‘it’. You’re not sure if you’re ready enough, or knowledgeable enough. You’re not sure if you have what it…
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The 2015 Creative Planathon is Here

I’m very excited to announce the launch of our 2015 Creative Planathon, a free week long planning extravaganza for the new year that will provide you with all the guidance, support and inspiration you need to plan an amazing 2015. There will be daily videos about every stage of the planning process, a private Facebook…
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How to Plan Your Creative 2015 (like a pro!)

With December just around the corner and 2015 fast approaching you’re probably starting to think about the new year. I know I have been. The new year approaching conjures up so many feelings. Reflections on the year ending inevitably brings to the surface everything that was. The highs and lows. The achievements and the missed…
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What to Do When You’re Trapped in the Creative In-between

I’ve had a busy and overwhelming last few weeks, and amongst it all now I’m in the middle of moving. Not just my home but my entire studio, which inevitably means chaos. I have years worth of fabrics, threads, paints, beads, buttons. You name it, it’s in my studio. I often say I feel like…
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