Whatever you’re an artist or not, « Keep Going » is a go-to book, as « Effortless » from Greg McKeown, which gives you small, easy ideas to implement into your everyday to, yes, I couldn’t resist making a dad joke, keep going.
Presently, I am struggling writing and drawing. I simply do other things: I learn, I follow a coaching allowing me a welcome introspection, yet writing and drawing, let’s face it and be honest, I have the blank page syndrome. Worst, the double one.
I am following a course that is really speaking to me about how to think like a futurist. And this is something I would never have even think possible, not that I would enjoy this course so much but because I always felt unsafe about thinking at the future.
I still see sometimes mountains from an issue I just don’t know how to tackle. Yet, helped with experiences and maturity (I feel dreadfully old saying this, yet it’s true), I finally learned how to break it down and how to transform that monster into small steps, at the opposite of the Frog, in Jean de La Fontaine’ famous stories (the frog eventually exploses because it want to be bigger than it is).