To be an entrepreneur is to expect a certain amount of anxiety. Anxiety that can be an indicator that you’re playing it big, or anxiety that can be debilitating and block your creativity. We’re going to break it down to make sure that your anxiety doesn’t defeat your creativity, and how creativity can defeat anxiety.
Tiisetso Maloma has written extensively about entrepreneurship, anxiety, creativity, and self improvement. He’s the author of four books, including “The Anxious Entrepreneur,” “Anxiety Defeats Creativity, Creativity Defeats Anxiety.” He describes himself as a serial doer, and is the creator of the EBC business model, which is the essential business components checklist. Tiisetso is coming to us from South Africa, where he resides.
“You’re going to feel the anxiety, do it anyways.”- Tiisetso Maloma
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