How creative people handle criticism

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, September 06, 2018

Criticism, negative comments and passive/aggressive behaviour are hard for creative people to cope with. Learn how to handle the negativity and criticism so that it doesn’t affect your creative process.

 Read More


Recent Posts


managing schedule bad reviews creative industry creative career coach creative identity professional boundaries home creative career coaching planning efficiency competition timewasters motivation staying tidy effortlessly success stories collaborations stress client testimonials, eastenders star lisa hammond, rachael spence, coaching service for creative people, actresses, comedy writers lists friendship testimonials workaholism audiences blocks touring artist mentors quick tune-up 'Ever So Lonely' silver package female singers skills self-care 'Organizing for Creative People' cave art creative routine loyalty dreamtime success career direction social time children mentoring planning books avoidance non-fiction artist routine workstations weaknesses work trips bodily needs creative vision creative ambitions structure emotional resilience grounding practices self-reflection purpose grace subconscious performance audition success writing efficiently visualise new year problems career support personal boundaries re-framing artist workspace shows performers career resources family grounded artist vision artist organization productivity jealousy 'Ouch!' podcast mental health gentle safe space standard issue podcast creative people managers human needs client being organized artists creative block, artist, creative, energy sappers fellow creatives imagination artist collegues audition panels self-critisicism collaborators confidences disability nerves brainstorm work life routines creative relationships writing mistakes passive aggressive behaviour time management nascent artists career strategy cluter-free living anxiety coaching artist support goals 2018 goals career conacts breaks confidential counselling bands instincts USP creative process professional jealousy green room audience absences insights creative goals creative fear being kind to yourself tact artist career shake up agents criticism onstage goal setting creative career work on weaknesses boundaries colleagues calendar misuse of power auditions creativity scheduling personal space creative support procrastination artistic conviction professional mentors stage fright relationships Grange Hill austerity author emotional support publisher five year plan clutter attraction professional encouragement. just four coaching sessions support diary intimidating artist artist goals agent working for free instinct strengths impetus artist strategy health critics power dynamics musicians artist community balance BBC re-imagining resentment Lisa Hammond #metoo career strategies career infrastructure tidying up meditation contents of proposal career goals singers partners literary proposal budgeting holidays insecurity good coach negative people peers drafts creative person cry goals achieved short and sweet creative support network creative industries