Start working on a creative project without feeling pressured


  1. Take the pressure off.
    When working on a creative project, look at it as an opportunity to learn and experiment, without worrying about the outcome. Set realistic expectations for yourself to give yourself the freedom to explore and test without feeling overwhelmed.
  2. Understand the purpose behind your artwork.
    Determine the intended meaning or message behind your work, both for yourself and your audience. This can help guide your creative decisions.
  3. Acknowledge the fears that may hinder your progress toward accomplishing a creative work.
    List down all the fears and doubts that may prevent you from making progress. Acknowledge them and then move on.
  4. Practice gratitude.
    Remind yourself of how fortunate you are to be able to pursue your passion, and appreciate the opportunity to share your work with others.
  5. Create a mantra.
    Develop a phrase that inspires and motivates you. Repeat it to yourself regularly, especially during moments of doubt or uncertainty.


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