As we wrap up our series on how and why focusing on creating deep connections to our audience when it comes to our creativity, we’re going to find a brilliant strategy in the most unlikely of places… Horror films and stories. 

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Let’s talk about the first strategy you can put in place to help shift your mindset from the “Gotta Catch ‘Em All Pokemon” mentality to a true appreciation of the fans of your art and creative pursuits that are already in your corner!

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I’m kicking off a short multipart series of episodes about some thoughts on connecting with your audience, both how and why it’s important. To kick things off let me tell you about a story I heard about a boy and the starfish from friend of the show, Andy Pugh from Thoughts From The Tinkerage Podcast. 

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A couple years back I wrote an article about a Japanese practice called Shinrin-Yoku, or loosely translated, Forest Bathing. Because of the recent Covid-19 Pandemic, it’s something I’ve been putting into practice now more than ever. I wanted to share this practice with you because I think you’ll find it a valuable tool for your emotional and creative well-being. 

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