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VIDEO: Easy Ways to Get Motivated to Paint!

Easy Ways to Get Motivated to Paint!

Do you remember the last time you made a painting that you felt really really good about? Sometimes the hardest part is getting started.

If 2021 fell by the wayside for you, this can be the year you finally LIVE AS AN ARTIST – making paintings that you love, and even selling. Here are some video clips to make starting feel less intimidating.

Remember that elated feeling when you made your last great painting?

  • YOU knew it was good.
  • Your FRIENDS and everyone who saw it said it was GREAT!
  • And maybe someone even wanted to BUY it!

Do you remember how you felt when you finished it, photographed it, and hung it on the wall?

Did you look at it and feel really good about yourself? Maybe you felt lighter all day long, knowing you made something beautiful.

There is truly no feeling like making a gorgeous painting. And if you haven’t made one in a while, you might feel like life is a little “flat”.

For many women who have wonderful lives in all other areas – great family, great house, nice health – they still feel something is missing without their Art.

Art is the most personal calling you can do. It’s not for anyone else but you. AND it’s a pure REFLECTION of you. (Which is why it can be scary to start)

If you’re an Artist at heart, and you’re not creating, it can feel like you’re missing a part of yourself. … If this is YOU, and you feel like you’re not FULLY LIVING without your Art, when are you planning to begin?

Starting is the hardest part for many women when it comes to creating. Unfortunately, if you don’t make a decision to start now, your Art goes by the wayside and never happens.

(Did you promise yourself last year you would start your art “at some point in 2021”?)

Instead of feeling bad about yourself, realize it’s a new year and a new opportunity to make the gorgeous paintings that are inside of you now. All you have to do is BEGIN.

“To achieve your goals, you must put your primary passion first.” – Marie Forleo

Here are some reasons women don’t start:

  1. They keep making excuses
  2. They make everything else more important
  3. They just can’t get out of their comfort zone – no matter how much they “want” to be an Artist, they are stuck in old patterns.
  4. They are afraid they aren’t good enough (this is usually the root cause)

It takes great bravery to commit to your Art and really go for it. That’s why I tell my students they are very special, because they are the rare few who are willing to take that risk and believe in themselves, and really go for it.

When you finally give yourself the gift of actually going for it, the results are incredible.

So for those rare 10% of you who actually are going to start today, and not just read this and forget about it, I wanted to give you some tips for getting started on your painting. Because I know it can be intimidating …

In this video you’ll see how I do all of these simple steps to motivate myself to paint.

And if you are tired of trying to figure it all out for yourself, and you don’t want another year to slip by, I can help:

If you’re ready for 2022 to be the year of YOUR ART, you can book an Art Breakthrough Call with me at  I’ll help you find out where you are stuck, and what you need to move forward. And if I can help you, I’ll show you what that looks like.

**Please note** these calls are only for women who are ready to finally take their art to the next level now, and get the support they need. Please don’t book a call if you are just looking for free information.

“Do you want to look back on your life and see how wonderful it could have been had you not been afraid to live it?” – Carolyn Myss

ps. Scroll down to read the latest words from my students…




Start off the new year with the incredible joy of making art!  Book your art breakthrough call here.

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