Anti-Perfectionism for Creators
An online workshop for musicians, artists, and writers who identify as "self-sabotaging perfectionists."
In this 1-hour, prerecorded workshop, you'll learn how to:
- Get out of your own way.
- Forgive yourself for mistakes.
- Practice even when you’re worried about messing up.
- Remove blockages from your creative process.
- Know what to prioritize and what to compromise in your creative process.
I'll help you practice and learn and improve your skills and create stuff. You only have to be willing to make mistakes.
Outline of topics:
- Why you're a perfectionist.
- How to create things easily even when you're worried about the results.
- Why your work sucks even if you did everything right.
- Why it's bad to be a perfectionist.
- How to solve perfectionism.
- How you learned to be afraid of mistakes.
- How to learn from your mistakes.
- Is it bad to try not to make mistakes?
- Can you forgive yourself for making mistakes?
- How to practice when there are just too many things to worry about (what to prioritize).
- How to solve writer's block.
- What to do when you just can't stop worrying about results.
Please try the exercise given in the workshop. It has nothing to do with music or art or writing, but it will show you how to eliminate perfectionism in all of them (hint: it's about physicality).
This workshop may be for you if:
This workshop may NOT be for you if:
Feedback from participants:
- The 1-hour recorded workshop for you to watch at your own pace.
- A 13-page study guide on what was covered, for your educational pleasure.
100% money-back guarantee: If this doesn't give you solid, practical ideas about how to tackle your perfectionism, I'll refund your money, no questions asked.
About the Instructor
Hi, I'm Michael. I'm a classical musician. I also draw and write a blog about music and meditation. I'm tempted everyday to succumb to perfectionism. But no, I've decided to be an anti-perfectionist.
This isn't easy. It's the result of my knowledge and experience with meditation.
The workshop itself was taught according to the principles of anti-perfectionism, which I hope you'll see.