My latest book, Banish Your Inner Critic will be out 6 June 2017! To discover how to silence the voice of self-doubt, unleash your creativity, and start doing your best work buy your pre-sale copy now!

I have always loved reading and books. When I was younger, I would look at books and marvel at how a person could fill all of those pages with ideas and words all by themselves. Much to my delight, I later learned that I had a knack for writing, and that filling pages could be both enjoyable and sometimes effortless.

Here are some posts that I have written on my experience being a writer:

  • A Publishing Deal for Banish Your Inner Critic!

    May 12, 2016

    I’ve been busting at the seams: I have great news about my upcoming book Banish Your Inner Critic! On 15 April, I signed a deal with Mango Publishing Group, which is redefining the book business as we know it. I now have a publisher for my book! Woot!

    During the initial planning ...

  • Critical Tools for Sustained Success: Creativity and Innovation

    November 12, 2014 Creativity & Innovation: Tools for Sustained Success

    The landscape of business has changed dramatically over the past several years. For decades, the focus has been on cost control and technology, whereas the current business climate has prompted a paradigm shift. Success for companies in the 21st century is now dependent upon creativity and innovation, both hailed as the most important contributors to ...

  • Prepping for “The Unfolded Brain” Workshop at FITC Amsterdam

    February 12, 2013

    This week marks the first full week ever where I am able to fully focus all of my energy on doing what I love the most: being a Creativity Evangelist. Since my epiphany in 2010 upon completing my book, I have been taking steps to focus solely on my goal of helping people with ...

  • Four practices you never thought could make you more productive

    September 12, 2012

    If asked if they wanted to be more productive during their day, most people would respond with an emphatic “yes!”. But what we usually do to create and produce more is to “push through it”, “suck it up”, and have a “no pain, no gain” type of attitude.

    What if some of the answers to being ...

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