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The Secret to Unbridled Creativity

How to schedule the Muse and make it do your bidding

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Every artist faces a creative drought sometimes.

Maybe you call it writer’s block. That’s when you feel you’ve got no good ideas. No matter how hard you wrack your brain, they’re just stuck in there somewhere out of reach.




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Frank McKinley

Frank McKinley

I like to figure things out and share what I find. My favorite topics are faith, communication, business, and personal growth.

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