Having genius ideas is the easy part of creating, right? It’s in the making where we stumble. If you’re like me, almost right away you bump up against the hows: how do I produce that podcast? How do I design a book? How do I find the right x y or z to bring my bright idea into form?
In this episode of Stumbling Toward Genius, you’ll hear how I overcame a massive technological mountain to publish my first book. I will share the story of my very first ebook and how it almost didn’t make it to the world. This is for you if you have given up or are considering giving up on something because you can’t get the pixels to line up.
You’ll get the scoop on:
- The perspective shift I had to make to believe I could write a book.
- The crazy hurdles I faced when publishing an ebook in 2003.
- The biggest shift I had to make to make my book real.
- Today’s creative competency: get help!
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Links to things and people mentioned in the show
Create Your Writer’s Life: A Guide to Writing with Joy and Ease by Cynthia Morris
Denise Dambrackas designed my first web site, business cards and the cover for Create Your Writer’s Life.
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