Paint for You & Stop Pleasing Others – A Conversation with Errin Witherspoon

Paint for You & Stop Pleasing Others - A Conversation with Errin Witherspoon

Errin was painting portraits, and knew she had more expression waiting to come out. She was painting to please others, and trying to get reassurance from everyone else. She needed help with her confidence and she wanted to find her own voice in her Art.

In just six weeks, Errin’s entire outlook shifted and she learned to paint just for her – not for what others want anymore. Her confidence blossomed, she started a body of work, and SOLD her first painting!

Listen to this interview to hear her story.

“When you paint for everyone else, it negates a part of you. It’s almost as though you’re not allowing yourself to have value for who you are.”

A lot of women are putting their Painting on the back burner more than ever because it’s hard to feel inspired right now, or they feel it’s not a “necessity”.

But my student Errin realized this was the best possible time to dive into her painting and fulfill her higher purpose.

In just six weeks, Errin’s entire outlook shifted and she learned to paint just for her – not for what others want anymore. Her confidence blossomed, she started a body of work, and SOLD her first painting!

If you want to find out how she did it, don’t miss my one-on-one conversation with artist Errin Witherspoon.

“When you can push yourself to paint the way you want to paint, what comes out of you is going to be more beautiful. It has to be, because you’re doing it from a place of love and authentic purpose.”

Happy listening!
Xo,


p.s. If you want to have a conversation with us and see if we can help you with your Art, like Errin did two months ago, you can book an Art Breakthrough Call with me here. Please note these calls are not for everyone. You must be committed to taking your art to the next level, and getting the support you need to do it. If that’s you, we’d love to talk with you!

Paint for You & Stop Pleasing Others - A Conversation with Errin Witherspoon

 

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