Society & Culture
Anxiety plagues more people today than ever, it seems. We live in a fast-paced society with ever advancing technology. And as complex and impressive as our brains are, we can only take so much.
That's why the need to be focused and free of distraction is imperative - not just as a creative but as anyone who wants to be productive. In that way, we can work at our best. At our utmost capacity, which sounds like a simple thing to do. Actually executing it though? That's another battle entirely.
This is the first half of a two-part discussion on anxiety. And how anxiety affects our creative pursuits.
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The Writer's Lens - Interview 08: Brian Del Turco, Owner / Operator at LifeVoiceQuest - PART 1
The Writer's Lens - E43: The Incredible (And Mind-Numbing) Power Of Distraction
The Writer's Lens - E42: How Do I Get (Over) Writer's Block?
The Writer's Lens - E41: Do I Have To Be An Expert On The Topic Of My Book (In Order To Write It)?
The Writer's Lens - E40: Getting That Idea (Book) Out Of Your Head And Onto Paper
The Writer's Lens - E39: Is Writing (And Telling) Story The Best Way To Combat Evil?
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