When you were growing up, was there ever a kid in your class that you were just insanely jealous of?
Maybe she had the best hair. Or the best grades. Or a TV *with a VCR* in her bedroom, because her parents were cool like that and this was long before the age of worrying that "screen time" would mess up your kid.
Whatever the reason for your jealousy, you were never alone.
And now, as a full grown human, you're still not alone. Especially since you're a creative human - which means you are constantly comparing yourself with other people who make stuff.
You're not just comparing yourself with everyone else. NoOoOoo.. that would be too easy.
You're also comparing your work. You're looking at finished books on shelves and comparing them to your first drafts. You're comparing book deals and covers and how much time you have to create versus how much time they do.
I'm no stranger to this feeling, and because I am obsessed with turning everything into a tool for world domination and self improvement, I wanted to help.
My 9-Step Guide to Creative Jealousy! 👇🏼
Why wallow in useless jealousy when you can make jealousy work for you?
This nine-step process is something you can take every time you feel jealous of someone. It's simple, easy, and (best of all)... printable! Just click the image to download your copy, so you can stick it on your fridge or in your office.
The next time you're jealous of that amazing person who seems to have it all, you'll know what to do. Nothing beats a flow chart!
PS. Reply back to this email with the name of the kid you were jealous of -- I'd love to hear it!