Sense of futility
Rejection by the publisher, cancellation by the customer, or return of the product may knock you down. But if it were true, you wouldn't have so many followers, or all of your products would be returned. Analyze your work, ask for advice, and remember that your work doesn't have to be to everyone's liking. Even low-fit jeans have their fans.
As much as friends and colleagues may support you, they may just as well negatively influence your work. Perhaps you should say goodbye to toxic Karen, who always doesn't like your work, or get rid of the old table you work on.
When was the last time you took a vacation? A creative crisis can pass when you relax and stop pressuring yourself.
Lack of reward
The brain can be fooled easily. Reward yourself after work. It could be a walk for ice cream or watching a movie after work.
Personal problems that affect each person individually cannot be ruled out. The main thing in such moments is to create when you feel bad, angry, or anxious. Let it all be in your work. In the creative world, sometimes the deepest feelings yield the greatest fruit.
Brainstorming and creative activities can both prevent a crisis and help get out of it. We've put together 15 exercises.