My New Book About Achieving Success on Your Creative Journey

Lessons for Creative People is a research-oriented essay about achieving success on your creative journey. It gives solutions and strategies and philosophies to help any creative person overcome their mental barriers that are holding them back from doing the work they love.

I call the book an ‘essay’ because it’s very short—16,000 words. You can breeze through it in one sitting. 😉

In this book, you’ll learn:

  • How other creative thinkers and artists turned their lives around from the depths of despair to achieve profound success.

  • How to overcome four common mental blocks—dependency (and conformity), negativity, a divided self, and procrastination.

  • How to become more independent, bounce back from failures and setbacks, create with more authenticity and excellence, and work and live with fierce urgency.

Do you feel that you have a creative calling in life that you’re not going after? Do you desire to write an excellent book, paint a masterpiece, launch an acting career, or lift your rock band to the next level?

Then you owe it to yourself to read this book.

I offer no ‘magic bullet’ solutions that will instantly transform your life. Instead, I will hand you a philosophical framework to work from that helps you gain a realistic, resilient, and fiery-eyed way of looking at the world.

The ‘practical’ tips will come in later books. But the first step is getting your mind right.

I’m only printing a limited number of copies, so stay tuned for updates on the books release by checking out the book’s website. 🙂


Feel free to share this book with your friends by using the social media buttons below. This is a dream come true for me and I need your help to get the word out!


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