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Chapter 001 | Crushing Creative Block, Part 1: Go Over

on Jan 1, 2016 in Podcast | 0 comments

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Pull the rope and blow the horn. This train is leaving the station.

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Innovation Locomotion, a podcast designed to help you apply your creativity to your works-in-progress and empower them to make a difference.

In this chapter, I encouraged you to come to the show notes and download an infographic outlining all five techniques for crushing creative block. Provide your email address and you’ll receive your infographic.

Show Notes

Going Over your creative block is best used when you are overly worried about equality in your work. Give yourself freedom for pieces and parts of your work to be different sizes and different weights. Remember the concept of a steak dinner.

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Creative Kudos

This chapter pays tribute to The Texting Yoga Pants of Franklin, Tenn. who wrote and performed a parody of “All About that Bass” as raving fans of the home of the original Chicken Sandwich—Chick-fil-A.

And while we’re talking about Chick-fil-A and parodies, if you’ve never feasted on Tim Hawkins’ TWO tribute songs, check them out here and here.


The Texting Yoga Pants’ song is protected as a parody under the U.S. Copyright laws.

The movie, “Mission: Impossible” was Produced by Cruise/Wagner Productions and distributed by Paramount Pictures. Screenplay by David Koepp and Robert Towne from a story by David Koepp and Steven Zaillian. Directed by Brian De Palma.

Watch the clip referenced in the podcast.

Purchase the movie on iTunes or Amazon. Stream on Netflix.

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