How To Make Your Creative Work Resonate More With Your Audience

Share more of yourself.

Close up of art-set consisting of dozens of brushes standing up and paint on a table outside in a park on a sunny day.
Close up of art-set consisting of dozens of brushes standing up and paint on a table outside in a park on a sunny day.
Photo by Kai Oberhäuser on Unsplash

If you hold back, it shows. Others can tell, see and feel it. You feel yourself that you’re not giving it the best you have, and that you’re holding back, where there is so much more to give.

You are scared. You’re holding back, out of fear of making a mistake, and getting those harsh comments you fear so much. This is doing yourself a disservice and a waste of opportunity, to share and connect with others.

Wouldn’t it be beautiful to richly illustrate your story with details that take your audience down the stairs into the depth of your mind?

To share how one emotion erupted and made room for the next, and how all of these combined make up parts of the whole story?

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