Tips to avoid creative burnout

 Jan 20, 2017

Feeling burnt out is normal. Creative work takes a lot of energy – which get sapped for many reasons: a mental block, emotional barriers, work habits, personal problems, miscommunication…the list goes on.

Projects come from all directions and each requires ideas, time, reflection, and passion.

There is no magic bullet, spring of life, or well of boundless creative energy. But…we can share some tried and true practices to help you:

  • Develop a better design outlook
  • Avoid burnout
  • Set goals for the year ahead

Have a look at our Stress Management, Time Management, Creativity and Innovation, and of course our Graphic Design courses.

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