Build Your Creativity Muscle with Rob Marsh

Rob Marsh is an amazing copywriter, father and co-founder of The Copywriter Club. His thoughts and ideas are down to earth and will help any creative who is looking to understand themselves better and hone their craft. One of my favorite topics that we talked about was building our creativity muscle. It’s a powerful part of the episode that I think you’ll really enjoy.

Highlights from the interview:

  • Why he loves the challenge of being a copywriter.
  • Drawn toward creative activities.
  • The importance of finding fun in your work.
  • Finding challenges that light a fire within you.
  • Why it is so easy for him to find the awesome things in his life.
  • How his spiritual beliefs affect his outlook.
  • Using each failure as a chance for growth.
  • Finding ways to move his body helps him maintain his energy level.
  • Adding little fun activities to keep your brain engaged in different ways.
  • Building your creativity muscle.
  • Finding groups that challenge you to improve your skills.
  • How to find people who can give you feedback to help you think better.
  • The difference between good feedback and validation.
  • Why seeing ourselves as broken an help give us the grace we need to make mistakes.
  • Cultivating empathy is such a powerful tool.
  • Favorite book – Million Miles In a Thousand Years (Amazon Link) by Donald Miller
  • Favorite podcast – EconTalk (Link to podcast)
  • Favorite speaker – Todd Brown (YouTube link)
  • Favorite cereal – Cocoa Puffs
  • Check out Rob’s tip to being a better writer.

You can learn more about Rob over at The Copywriter Writer Club. He shares how to grow yourself as a copywriter. He also has a podcast with Kira Hug a fellow copywriter.

And as always if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing just reach out on Dig to Fly and I’ll do my best to get them on. If you love the interview please take 30 seconds to rate the Dig to Fly podcast on your favorite platform. Thanks!

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