I’ve got nothing! That’s how this week’s episode starts. A creative block leaves me wondering if I need to return to a more rigid schedule. Maybe I’ve slowed down too much?
This leads to an interesting chat with Richie about the pros and cons of scheduling creative work. I talk through my guilt over not working so much over the past few weeks and realise that maybe I have been confusing busyness with productivity all along!
With a few pertinent questions, Richie helps me to decide on a new approach that combines both structure and spontaneity.
If you want to take a peek at the tools and hear about the approach I use for scheduling my work, make sure you check out this week's vlog!
Find the show notes for this episode and this week's vlog at - https://www.laurahornart.com/thepodcast/67
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