This book is for anyone who has lost touch with their art.
If you are a creator who has experienced rejection, this is more than just a book to overcome creative blocks and find your flow again. This is a book that will help you understand what you’re feeling in the first place: why you don’t feel confident in your creativity, and why it’s so hard to overcome fear, discouragement, and fear of failure.
Each poem is intended to act as a “creativity meditation,” encouraging the reader to connect with the feelings that are holding them back, so they can acknowledge them, forgive them, and move beyond them. Whether you are a writer who has stopped writing, a painter who has stopped painting, a musician who has stopped playing, or if you’re someone who has stopped any and all creative self-expression, “Letter To My Imagination” is a reminder of how important it is to keep that connection alive within yourself—and the pain that happens when you don’t.
By Nicolas Cole, the #1 personal development writer on the internet with more than 75,000,000 views, this book is part poetry, part meditation guidebook, and part memoir about what it means to stay true to your most creative self.
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About the Author
Nicolas Cole is an author, founder, and viral writer best known for his conversational style of telling stories.
He has accumulated more than 100 million views on his writing to date.
Cole rose to internet stardom in 2015 when he became the #1 most-read writer on Quora, accumulating tens of millions of views on his viral articles about personal development, and how to remain in a constant state of learning about oneself. His work began being republished in TIME, Forbes, Fortune, Business Insider, CNBC, The Chicago Tribune, and many more of the internet's most popular publications.
In 2016, Cole then became one of Inc Magazine's Top 10 contributing writers, accumulating millions of views on his business & creativity column, and in 2017 he founded a ghostwriting and thought leadership agency called Digital Press, writing on behalf of more than 300 different Silicon Valley founders, company executives, venture capitalists, Grammy-winning musicians, Olympians, NYT best-selling authors, international public speakers, and more.
Today, in addition to regularly authoring new books and articles online, Cole also publishes a weekly paid newsletter, called "How I Wrote This," sharing insight about both the art and business of becoming a writer in the digital age.
You can subscribe here: https://howiwrotethis.substack.com/
He currently lives in Los Angeles, but will forever be from Chicago.