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When You're Stuck, How Do You Get Past Creative Blocks? These Ponderable Lessons Can Help

Liz Dwyer

We all have those moments where we know we need to move forward, but we're not sure what to do--or how to do it. Over at Transom, Jonathan Harris, a "diarist, painter, storyteller, data artist, web visionary, and who knows what next?" shares his autobiographical journey, that's chock full of lessons and inspiration that might just help catalyze your next step.

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  • Jody Turner

    How useful to view being stuck as potentially the last vestiges of the old before we begin anew. Seeing your life in chapters helps you chart the flow or evolution so that it can be understood and recognized for its value in your life.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    love this :) thinking of your life in chapters- having bookends- seems like a good way to know when to begin and end new opportunities.