From Muse to Market: Interview with Beth Barany

Hello Blog Readers:

I love learning from people who are successful at doing what I’d like to do.

After all, why expend all the time and energy trying to figure out how to do something yourself, when someone else will happily and generously share the secrets of her success with you?

That’s why Paula Chaffee Scardamalia of has created her new free monthly series:

From Muse to Market

Interviews with Experts

Who are Powerful, Imaginative, Passionate, and Creative

And Know How to Move from Inspired Idea to Market Magic

Every month, she interviews an expert— author, artist, actor, creativity coach, marketing coach, or other creative or spiritual entrepreneur— who is willing to share her knowledge and experience, and her tips and techniques so that you can more easily and effectively get inspired, breakthrough fears, take creative action and then reap the rewards of your creative work.

The recorded interview will be available for 7 days, so you can visit the web page and listen to the interview at your convenience, as well as read the answers to the three questions she asks at the end of each interview:

  1. How do you get inspired?
  2. What do you do to break through fears or creative blocks?
  3. What do you do to keep yourself motivated for creative action?

Because Paula and I both have a passion for creativity, she asked me to interview me for her series. We had a great time talking about creativity.

In the interview, I share some great ideas for getting clear on the why of your creative work and getting inspired.

Go here to listen to my 30-minute interview.

I hope you’ll join Paula and me, and listen into our recorded discussion about how you can go From Muse to Market, starting Wednesday, September 12th. Just go to:

All my best,


If you'd like to get your book done and out into the world, then contact Beth Barany for a complimentary 30-minute session.






PS. If you know someone who would love to learn more about creativity, the creative process, and how to move from inspired idea to market magic, then please share this post or send them to


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  • Enjoyable interview, Beth! Took notes, and learned tons! Will share for you! Cheers!

  • Beth Barany says:

    Thank you, Sharon! Cheers!

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