How to Keep Fear from Blocking Your Creativity with David Lee Martin

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creativity

You have a creative idea. You feel inspired to pursue it. But your head is filled with doubt. “What if I can’t make it work? What if I can’t provide for my family? What if my work isn’t good enough? What if people think my creation is stupid?”

We have a guest on the show today who is going to help you overcome some of these roadblocks and encourage you to pursue your creative dreams. 

He is an author, a speaker, and a digital shepherd. He helps Christian authors, artists, and entrepreneurs transform their ideas into online publications, courses, and digital products. His passion is to help creatives recognize their worth and share it with the world. 

In his newest book, Faithful Creative, he shares how Christian authors, artists, and entrepreneurs can take their first steps to transform God-given ideas into impact and income.

David Lee Martin, welcome to the Christian Publishing Show.

https://www.davidleemartin.net/faithful-creative

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2 Responses to How to Keep Fear from Blocking Your Creativity with David Lee Martin

  1. Andrew Budek-Schmeisser November 9, 2021 at 10:54 am #

    What if I can’t do this thing
    that God has placed on my heart?
    What if my words don’t take wing,
    and where, Lord, do I start?
    I dimly see that which You want,
    and margins shimmer, fade…
    to say “I’ve got this!” is a vaunt
    of which deep sin is made.
    All that I can do and write
    is now dictated from Above,
    and in a pagan earth-bound night
    I hope that I may speak of Love
    with, yes, trembling hesitancy
    that still echoes Eternity

  2. David Martin November 9, 2021 at 11:06 pm #

    It was a real joy to spend time with you, Thomas. You are a real inspiration and such a pioneer of all things creative! Thank you for giving me the opportunity to talk Jesus, creativity, and Kingdom with you. 🙂

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