Getting Prolific, Day 49: Inspiring Others To Create

Because at that point, my brain was on fire. Not because my mentor used some seven step strategy to inspire me. But because he modeled what a fulfilling creative life could be. Incidental, not intention. That’s how inspiration works. Hell, the word literally means, to breathe into. It’s not a transaction, it’s a transformation.

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Author. Speaker. Songwriter. Filmmaker. Inventor. CEO/Founder of getprolific.io. Pioneer of Personal Creativity Management (PCM). I also wear a nametag 24/7.

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Author. Speaker. Songwriter. Filmmaker. Inventor. CEO/Founder of getprolific.io. Pioneer of Personal Creativity Management (PCM). I also wear a nametag 24/7.

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