Smithsonian Syndrome can strike at any moment. It’s not necessarily chronic, but can leave the sufferer dazed and frozen, unable to create with confidence for stretches of time.
What is Smithsonian Syndrome?
It’s a common form of self-pressure that takes hold and attacks the sufferer’s mind and body swiftly and suddenly.
When it strikes, the sufferer is under the impression they must create a finished product worthy of the Smithsonian.
Anger towards one’s self
Thoughts about how an end product isn’t good enough
The pressure to make something par excellence
Lack of enjoyment
If you find yourself experiencing Smithsonian Syndrome frequently, there’s really only one effective treatment: Slacker Magic.
You’ll need to learn how to take the pressure off yourself, stat.
Luckily, I can teach you how to do that.
Join me for the Slacker Magic Course to relieve those symptoms swiftly and get you back to creating and enjoying the magical flow. Learn more and register here!