In every creative life and business, there are some aspects that are less then perfect. Check that… that are straight up broken, messy or not working at all. In this behind the curtains episode of ComixLaunch, Tyler shares five areas in his creative life that are far from perfect, and what, if anything he plans on doing to correct them in the near future.

Highlights of this Session Include:

  • One thing that completely changed Tyler’s life for the better that he has stopped doing
  • Something that Tyler has completely neglected… for well over a year!
  • The myth that a day job is holding your creativity back.
  • Plus: Have you entered the contest with a $600.00+ grand prize yet?

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“Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is to relax.” – Mark Black

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