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With the Door to 2012 Wide Open-still many times we hesitate to walk through to authentic true beginnings in our Creative Lives. What better way to gain our focus, reach clarity and overcome our fears, then hearing the wisdom of one of the world's most gifted Creativity Writers and Coaches?

 Dr. Eric Maisel
is an author, family therapist and cultural observer and is widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach. Eric’s new book is titled: MASTERING CREATIVE ANXIETY-24 Lessons for Writers, Painters, Musicians, and Actors.

In his decades as a psychotherapist and creativity coach, Eric Maisel has found a common thread behind what often gets labeled “writer’s block,” “procrastination,” or “stage fright.” It’s the particular anxiety that, paradoxically, keeps creators from doing, completing, or sharing the work they are driven toward. This “creative anxiety” can take the form of avoiding the work, declaring it not good enough, or failing to market it — and it can cripple creators for decades, even lifetimes. But Maisel has learned what sets successful creators apart. He shares these strategies here, including artist-specific stress management; how to work despite bruised egos, day jobs, and other inevitable frustrations; and what not to do to deal with anxiety. Implementing these 24 lessons replaces the pain of not creating with the profound rewards of free artistic self-expression.

Dr. Maisel trains creativity coaches and meaning coaches, provides core trainings for the Creativity Coaching Association, and works with individual clients on issues of creativity and meaning.

Dr. Maisel holds degrees in philosophy (B.S.), psychology (B.A.), creative writing (M.A.), counseling (M.S.), and counseling psychology (PhD).

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