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#76: Rediscovering Your Creativity with Margarita Tartakovsky

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Rediscovering your creativity with Margarita TartakovskyIn this week’s podcast episode, I’m talking to Margarita Tartakovsky about how to rediscover your creativity and add more play to your life. Margarita is an associate editor at Psych Central and author of the upcoming book Make A Mess: Daily Prompts + Projects for Rediscovering Your Creativity And Living A More Playful Life.

The episode: Rediscovering your creativity with Margarita Tartakovsky

Topics we discuss include:

  • Why play is so important to our existence
  • One of the most common myths around creativity, and the truth around what creativity is actually about
  • How to deal with creative insecurity and self-doubt
  • Margarita’s tips for expanding our sense of creativity
    …and much more!

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Useful Links

Margarita’s Website
Weightless (Margarita’s Psych Central blog)

Still Writing: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life – Dani Shapiro
A Year of Writing Dangerously – Barbara Abercrombie
Playing Big – Tara Mohr (check out my interview with Tara in The Entrepreneur’s Inner World)
The Courage to Write – Ralph Keyes

Elizabeth Gilbert
Brené Brown

Jennifer Louden
Alexandra Franzen
Susannah Conway
Austin Kleon
Esmé Wang

Studio Mothers
National Institute for Play

Say Hello

Margarita
Twitter: @MargaritaWrites
Website: margaritatartakovsky.com
Blog: Weightless

Hannah
Pinterest: pinterest.com/hannahbraime
Facebook: facebook.com/becomingwhoyouare
Website: becomingwhoyouare.net

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Intro and outro: Stephanie Murphy

Image: Alex Mihis

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  • Margarita Tartakovsky
    March 19, 2015 at 4:15 pm

    Thank you, Hannah, for having me! It was such a blast talking to you. You asked thought-provoking questions, which really helped me better understand myself and my creative process. Thanks, again. :) xx