Two Years & Running

February 12, 2019
Season 2 | Episode 3

Afraid that you'll use up all your creativity? Tune is as we discuss the keys to staying creative, overcoming self-imposed limitations, and how to get started with a passion project.

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have." — Maya Angelou

On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Two Years & Running,” the January celebratory article that honors the 2-year anniversary of the BYLU Campaign Blog. Here we highlight the challenges of sustaining the blog, including the fear of running out of creativity, overcoming self-imposed limitations as well as the limitations of others. Fellow creatives and entrepreneurs, tune in as we breakdown the requirement, if any, of getting started, the destination between reach and impact, and more.

The BYLU Takeaways:

  • Don’t leave creativity up to chance, but rather develop a plan to ensure it.
  • Breaking glass ceilings is a continuous process.
  • You don’t need a logo to start!  
  • Don’t allow likes, views, or shares to affirm you. Validate yourself.

Time Stamped Topics:

  • [6:36] - Starting BYLU / The Fear of Losing Creativity
  • [10:00] - 2 Crappy Pages a Day
  • [22:45] - I Don’t Beleive in Writers Block  
  • [32:50] - Self Imposed Limitations  
  • [39:45] - A Faster Horse
  • [49:00] - Perfection is The Enemy of Progress!  
  • [55:00] - To Do List or Excuse List?

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