Do You Feel Like Your Creativity Tank Is Empty? John Gives You 3 Practical Tools To Filling Your Creativity Tank

It’s really easy to get stuck in the cycles that drain your creativity. When your creativity tank is empty, how do you fill it?

In this amazing songwriting masterclass, John Chisum gives 3 practical tools on how to get your creativity flowing again.

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Now, you can join a powerful community of dedicated Christian songwriters by becoming an exclusive Nashville Christian Songwriters Member! Tap into your greatest creativity with monthly masterclasses, articles, videos, deep discounts, and so much more – just click here to grab your seat at the table:

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John Chisum

John Chisum is a pioneer in the Christian music business, serving alongside people such as Bill & Gloria Gaither, Twila Paris, Paul Baloche, Don Moen, and many more. As Managing Partner of Nashville Christian Songwriters, John seeks to empower Christian songwriters worldwide to discover and fulfill their call to write.

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  1. John, you are spot on here! Especially with #3… We serve a God of relationship, (Matthew 22:37) and the enemy would love to derail us from that. There is so much spiritual power that comes from interaction (Proverbs 27:17). I applaud your work here and am praying for you,. . Your divine guidance, and for abundant fruit. I look forward to meeting you in the months ahead. Much rejoicing lies ahead, my friend! Don Berry

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