How to Stay in Your Own Lane [125]

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This week we are talking Teflon bubbles, and how to be completely normal to avoid all criticism!

We had some listener feedback which prompted us to consider how we manage to stay focused, and also feeling less hurt when you receive feedback which could throw you off-track. In the ‘old’ days we both would have felt this harder – so what’s changed? As artists one of the things we need to learn is how to keep going and not be swayed by opinions.

We recognise that some feedback can be helpful and share how we distinguish between them, two opposing views to keep at arms length, and a magic question to keep asking yourself so that you can get more grounded in whatever YOU are showing up and sharing. It’s the last chance to join Louise’s Find Your Joy 2021 and if you take one thing from this week – go out and do one bit of promotion for yourself.


Just Bloody Post it podcast from Helen Perry (look for Episode 4 with Nat Lue)

Robert Pagliarini article in the Chicago Tribune

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