Creative Recoil: Why Do You Stop Innovating Once You’ve Started to “Make It?”
Why do so many artists, innovators and entrepreneurs throttle their creativity and pull back on risk once they’ve started to succeed?
I’ve seen it happen time and time again. People burst onto the scene and make big marks, then wonder why their careers, businesses, creative output and and bodies of work begin to fall into “blah-blah-blah-land” after they’ve started to make it big.
In this week’s episode, we dive deep into this phenomenon I call “Creative Recoil,” discover what’s behind it and what to do about it. And I’m back jamming on this topic with my good buddy, Clay Herbert, the founder of Spindows and Crowdfunding Hacks.
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