I had a long day in the studio. It always amazes me how tired I am after 4 or 5 hours working. So many decisions exhaust my brain. This color or that color, this photo or that photo etc etc...
Tonight I watched Maria Full of Grace on HBO. It was a good movie, but I spent the whole time watching it all hot and sweaty just thinking about her swallowing all those drugs. Definitely, not a good movie to snack to.
Paul and I are thinking we might end up watching that cooking show on Bravo after all. They have some pretty outrageous personalities and I think it's going to be pretty interesting. That one guy they kicked off this week was totally crazy! I don't think I'll be as hot for it as Project Runway, but it could be good.
What role does your coach play exactly? Is your coach a creativity coach or another artist?
Do you meet in person or via email?
I'm very interested in the idea of a coach but am wondering how it all works.
I met my coach at one of my workshops and we clicked right away, she asn't doing coaching at the time but when she started she let me know. We stick to business stuff and creativity. We talk on the phone about every two-three weeks. I have found her so helpful.
I don't think I can watch Blow Out. i saw that guy on the Ali G Show, when Ali G interviewed him and he is such a jerk. Might make for good TV but I can't stand him!!
Does a coach help you focus on the work and not the gremlins that keep you from working? I have lots of gremlins.
I also finally got your new book and am loving it as well - it's FANTASTIC. (And thanks so much for including Artella as a resource in the back.)