What's wrong with me? (this is a serious request for feedback)

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Hi Copy Gang,

I've this issue that perhaps you might face as well:

I need to get angry to get my creative juices flowing.

And it works, every time.

Which is why I LOVE coming to this Copy Forum: there is always some idiot asking a stupid question (yes, I proudly believe in stupid questions), and it lights my brain on fire.

And every now and then, somebody writes a brilliant question, and it's like 4th of July in my brain synapses.

Of course there is a dark side to this: obsession.

I obsess.

A lot.

I might have a $500/hr project RIGHT in front of me (pre-paid btw), and I'm thinking of some reply a warrior sent me (this morning it was Alex).

And if it's not Alex, I promise you, I'll hunt for somebody or thing to obsess about (btw, I really miss Mark Andrews!).

So, what's wrong with me?

I've tried positive thinking (doesn't do anything for firing up my brain), I've tried mediation (great for coming up with cool hooks, but doesn't get me going).

Anger, rage, annoyed, upset, pissed off...

those are the things get me going.

Which, while effect for getting results, isn't a healthy way to live.

So, what's wrong with me?

Adam
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  • Profile picture of the author OutOfThisWord
    If it works for you and you are not harming others, stay with it.

    A lot of creativity arises from being effed-up.

    Ask me how I know.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danielle Lynn
    Based on what you wrote, my guess is you have a habit of using negative energy. That's how you've learned to write/function, so that's what you turn to.

    We tend to stick to our habits, even if they come with negative side effects. You say it has worked for you so far, so you had no reason to change it until now.

    If you're truly tired of using negativity, if you're tired of obsessing and burning your energy on things that don't matter, then the first step is to decide you want to stop.

    I don't mean just saying you want to or lamenting it. Truly want to stop.

    It will be uncomfortable and challenging (as you said) because you'll be going against what you know.

    Start with small steps. Limit your warrior forum/response time to half of what it currently is. Be firm.

    If meditation and stillness doesn't work for you, then work with the energy. Instead of running to drama, try working out. Punch the air, lift some weights. Work it out in a physical way.

    Or try abstaining from any forum/drama for a full day. Monitor your thoughts and actions. Discover the underlying reasons. Work from there.

    At least try. Every small step you make will bring you closer to the answer you're looking for.
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  • Profile picture of the author DavidG
    There's nothing wrong with you, I bet if we heard the real behind the curtains on all writers, you'd look like a boyscout...

    I'm not sure what you have but regarding the obsessive part - here's something I've tried...

    Whenever I get a project I usually think of what would happen if I FINISHED the project. What I gain whether thats money, respect, a control, or happiness. Think about the pyramid.

    Then think about what would happen if you didn't finish the project. What you lose.

    If the positive part about the project doesn't get me going... the negative usually gets me to stop procrastinating.

    To a 'creative' person, when a project lands on your desk you feel like putting it off. Like you could be doing something different or better...

    So you do menial tasks to justify why you shouldn't get started.

    I'll do easy administrative stuff, clean my desk, wash dishes and when that's all done, I'll browse reddit and read a few promos...

    Before I know it - 5-6 hours have past by and I feel like crap. I start doubting myself and go through a bit of mid life crisis...

    So instead of going through all of this, I'll think about those two concepts I described above...

    I'm not sure if you have a procrastinating issue, but it seems like it and if not - then I hope this perspective helps in some way.


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    • Profile picture of the author marciayudkin
      I need to get angry to get my creative juices flowing.
      There is a literary writer named William H. Gass who says exactly the same thing. I've heard him and seen him talk about this several times. You might look him up and see if he has any insights into the reasons for this.

      I agree with the previous post that said that if it works for you and doesn't harm anyone else, you should use it and not fight it.

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  • Profile picture of the author cindytsmile
    I don't think anything is wrong with you, unless the anger is causing you harm. If it's working, don't question it. It's fine. Sometimes I do my best work when I'm totally angry. I'm not sure it's all that unhealthy, unless you are experiencing some negative effects.
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  • Profile picture of the author cindytsmile
    I think you just need to find a new Mark Andrews to piss you off!
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  • Profile picture of the author Teez
    Simply sounds like this is your Muse.

    Using personal experience and information I'll explain my thoughts

    Artists whatever genre hip hop, rnb, country, soul, jazz e.t.c make music and write lyrics about what they know and what resonates to them and they try to do this in a way that is appealing ot their fans.

    Essentially their Muse comes from their experiences in life which can be subdivided into other various things:

    family
    good events
    Tragic events
    Loved ones
    Girls
    Motivation for a better life
    Drugs
    etc

    In your case it just seems your Muse is anger e.g Eminem and as soon as that Muse isn't there you need it to get right back on the horse and do what your best at.

    I knew this guy in school who made awesome comic books based on everyday stuff he was dealing with in school most of it was based off the pissed off perspective but the imagery metaphors personification and overall delivery were of an epic nature so much so that even the people who recognized the characters he had created them as were engrossed in knowing what happened next.

    Suffice to say he soon became a popular kid, but just like you he drew inspiration from a similar source and channeled it into his art.
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  • Profile picture of the author hawaiihypnotist
    You can try using Hypnosis to find a more efficient way of doing things. Having a bunch of negative feelings/thoughts won't do you any good in the long run.

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  • Profile picture of the author DanteRomero
    Edit: I recall some university research on this issue. The brain ties in memory and skills with whatever the mental state is when they are learned. A student who studies when calm, loses access to memories when they are not calm ( during the exam ).

    While not a total explanation, I'd put money on it, you've wired your intuitive writing skills into angry mental states. Without them, you don't have clear access.





    When you get that fired up feeling, observe it. Pause and really notice how it feels in the body for a minute. Then ask yourself, in writing, why does [insert whatever triggered it] make me feel this way? Keep asking yourself why. At least 3 times but more is better.

    Do not filter it. Just let it pour out as you would for writing an ad.

    You'll be interested by what comes out.
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    • Profile picture of the author copyassassin
      Back from the grave....

      Mark Andrews & I have remained in contact, and replied to my private personal email regarding this issue:


      I'm here if you need me Adam, how can I upset you today?

      How can I get you as annoyed as all hell broke loose?

      How can I make you angrier than a guy who just chewed on a wasp?

      I aim to please. Fees apply.

      Kisses and cuddles lol - smoking hot,

      which i replied:

      lol, i miss you buddy.

      i hope you come back!

      adam

      he replied:

      PS Post that email up on the forum if you want to for a laugh. I don't mind.

      Btw I do get you're coming from, I'm just the same. I don't think it's a bad thing necessarily to get a little angry at times to get the creative juices flowing. It depends on what type of anger it is though.

      If it's self destructive anger, leave it out but if it's righteous anger or indignation by all means use that energy, direct it. It's all about how you manage those emotions.

      Keep your chin up and keep smiling.

      Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author bluewatersailor
    I note that most people addressed the anger that you brought up. The thing that stands out for me is the obsession angle, instead.

    (Personally, I don't think there's anything wrong with anger as long as it isn't reflected in your actions toward others. Other than that - what you feel is what you feel; lots of stuff you can learn about yourself by examining it, but it doesn't have any meaning until you assign one to it. Just FTR, I know several people that operate best/are most productive when angry; damn good people all. Just happens to be their M.O.)

    As to the obsession - well, that's kinda the definition of emotion affecting actions in a bad way, innit? Sucks big-time. I know all about it. But I beat mine. Haven't had a problem with it for years now.

    Here's what worked for me. I don't know if it will work for you, but you get my best wishes alongside the advice; the stuff seriously sucks, and being free of it makes a huge difference in life quality. Ready? Here goes:

    LISTEN. When you catch it happening - and learning to catch it early took me some practice - STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING, and listen. I treated that process, and what I heard back from it, as the most important thing in life - because I wanted my life back.

    What I got, after a while of that, was a quiet, desperate voice - my own, a much younger me - that told me what I really wanted, deep inside, but wasn't getting; the deep needs of my own that I had abandoned in order to chase after those Adult Goals.

    Most of all, that part of me just wanted to be heard, and cared for. It didn't want to be forgotten, or abandoned.

    So... maybe I'm just a crazy man who talks to himself. But one thing for sure: this crazy man doesn't obsess any more.

    Best of luck.


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  • Profile picture of the author RogozRazvan
    OCD?

    (Obsessive Compulsive Behavior)

    I have a similar condition - I must consume information. I can't walk down the street without listening to an audio-book. On the computer I must watch YouTube videos, on the TV I must watch a show.

    My mind must be 100% active or I'm anxious.

    What helps me?

    For example, I'm now listening to "The Swan Lake" and I'm loving it. It's calming my mind down
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  • Profile picture of the author zorag
    Maybe you should learn to relax.. meditate, take a spliff, walk a dog.. or find something you can exert your anger into.. sports, keep fit, or get a welder and create some mad art..

    Just my 2c
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  • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
    The reason you need to get angry to get your creative juices flowing is;

    because you've created a deep neural path, a trench of excitation which stimulates your brain and fires off other areas of your brain where the creative juices flow.

    Anger is your chosen stimulus (or trigger) to get fired up (literally in the brain chemistry).

    This neural path is so deep, it is like the Panama Canal compared to the Erie Canal of your non obsessive thoughts.

    It may have been created in your childhood, or you have built a habit of using this trigger.

    All of us have someone who "pushes our buttons" or triggers our anger, and it is pretty easy to get them in mind. Most of the time we do not dwell on this person or we have learned how to ignore or reframe our feelings.

    As Marcia pointed out, there are those who use this emotional trigger to get creative. If it works for you, then learn to use it.

    As for automatic TRIGGERS, like Mark Andrews or Paul Walker, if you take the time to understand exactly HOW these are created and developed into deeper neural pathways (so they are more easily accessible)...

    And if you want to modify this reactive behavior, then here is a tool to help you out.

    OK Bob, let's get started.

    And if you or anyone wants to discover the why's and how's of life, the complete set of PictoGrigms can be found at Speaking of hidden treasure, it is time to mine the SQ1 again...

    The first link is to the overall picto-gram which explains it all...if you will take the time to look and to THINK.

    We see the brain is stimulated by both internal and external stimuli.

    When you read some "idiot's" post here, you process this through your own filters, and it triggers off your most familiar reactive path...in your case, anger.

    The SQ1 shows how to change if you really want to, or in most cases how we can accept our self-created responses.

    When you think in Stimulus-Response behavior, it is easy to see we can change either one, if we want to. Getting angry may be good for your creative process, the obsession part can be worked on if it is a bother to you.

    Your reaction is not unique. In fact, it is pretty common. The problem arises when we allow our reactions to distract us from being productive or it prevents us from reaching our goals.

    It takes approximately 28 days to break or create a habit.

    And almost all responsive behavior is a habit.

    gjabiz

    Originally Posted by copyassassin View Post

    Hi Copy Gang,

    I've this issue that perhaps you might face as well:

    I need to get angry to get my creative juices flowing.

    And it works, every time.

    Which is why I LOVE coming to this Copy Forum: there is always some idiot asking a stupid question (yes, I proudly believe in stupid questions), and it lights my brain on fire.

    And every now and then, somebody writes a brilliant question, and it's like 4th of July in my brain synapses.

    Of course there is a dark side to this: obsession.

    I obsess.

    A lot.

    I might have a $500/hr project RIGHT in front of me (pre-paid btw), and I'm thinking of some reply a warrior sent me (this morning it was Alex).

    And if it's not Alex, I promise you, I'll hunt for somebody or thing to obsess about (btw, I really miss Mark Andrews!).

    So, what's wrong with me?

    I've tried positive thinking (doesn't do anything for firing up my brain), I've tried mediation (great for coming up with cool hooks, but doesn't get me going).

    Anger, rage, annoyed, upset, pissed off...

    those are the things get me going.

    Which, while effect for getting results, isn't a healthy way to live.

    So, what's wrong with me?

    Adam
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    • Profile picture of the author copyassassin
      wow!

      thank you for this reply!

      i'll start to dig into this now.

      adam

      Originally Posted by gjabiz View Post

      The reason you need to get angry to get your creative juices flowing is;

      because you've created a deep neural path, a trench of excitation which stimulates your brain and fires off other areas of your brain where the creative juices flow.

      Anger is your chosen stimulus (or trigger) to get fired up (literally in the brain chemistry).

      This neural path is so deep, it is like the Panama Canal compared to the Erie Canal of your non obsessive thoughts.

      It may have been created in your childhood, or you have built a habit of using this trigger.

      All of us have someone who "pushes our buttons" or triggers our anger, and it is pretty easy to get them in mind. Most of the time we do not dwell on this person or we have learned how to ignore or reframe our feelings.

      As Marcia pointed out, there are those who use this emotional trigger to get creative. If it works for you, then learn to use it.

      As for automatic TRIGGERS, like Mark Andrews or Paul Walker, if you take the time to understand exactly HOW these are created and developed into deeper neural pathways (so they are more easily accessible)...

      And if you want to modify this reactive behavior, then here is a tool to help you out.

      OK Bob, let's get started.

      And if you or anyone wants to discover the why's and how's of life, the complete set of PictoGrigms can be found at Speaking of hidden treasure, it is time to mine the SQ1 again...

      The first link is to the overall picto-gram which explains it all...if you will take the time to look and to THINK.

      We see the brain is stimulated by both internal and external stimuli.

      When you read some "idiot's" post here, you process this through your own filters, and it triggers off your most familiar reactive path...in your case, anger.

      The SQ1 shows how to change if you really want to, or in most cases how we can accept our self-created responses.

      When you think in Stimulus-Response behavior, it is easy to see we can change either one, if we want to. Getting angry may be good for your creative process, the obsession part can be worked on if it is a bother to you.

      Your reaction is not unique. In fact, it is pretty common. The problem arises when we allow our reactions to distract us from being productive or it prevents us from reaching our goals.

      It takes approximately 28 days to break or create a habit.

      And almost all responsive behavior is a habit.

      gjabiz
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  • Profile picture of the author max5ty
    Think it might just be a california thing or maybe an accountant thing.

    I have noticed Rick Durris is from california n goes off the deep end a lot.

    Sitting round working with numbers all day probably has something to do with it too.
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    • Profile picture of the author JakeDaly
      I have to agree with max.

      That said, I have compiled a few quotes about creativity. It is never one and the same as it is in another.

      "Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people."

      -Leo Burnett

      "Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!"

      -Dr. Seuss

      "Creativity comes from a conflict of ideas."

      -Versace
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  • Profile picture of the author JonMills
    Originally Posted by copyassassin View Post

    Hi Copy Gang,

    I've this issue that perhaps you might face as well:

    I need to get angry to get my creative juices flowing.

    And it works, every time.

    Which is why I LOVE coming to this Copy Forum: there is always some idiot asking a stupid question (yes, I proudly believe in stupid questions), and it lights my brain on fire.

    And every now and then, somebody writes a brilliant question, and it's like 4th of July in my brain synapses.

    Of course there is a dark side to this: obsession.

    I obsess.

    A lot.

    I might have a $500/hr project RIGHT in front of me (pre-paid btw), and I'm thinking of some reply a warrior sent me (this morning it was Alex).

    And if it's not Alex, I promise you, I'll hunt for somebody or thing to obsess about (btw, I really miss Mark Andrews!).

    So, what's wrong with me?

    I've tried positive thinking (doesn't do anything for firing up my brain), I've tried mediation (great for coming up with cool hooks, but doesn't get me going).

    Anger, rage, annoyed, upset, pissed off...

    those are the things get me going.

    Which, while effect for getting results, isn't a healthy way to live.

    So, what's wrong with me?

    Adam
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  • Profile picture of the author DougBarger
    In the "Money and Power" interview with Bryan Kumar, Allen Says may or may not reveal "intense anger" as his key motivation for his early successes.

    I used to work for a guy who was very successful at what he did and he used to channel his anger for extra energy to work.

    Every other word would have made a sailor blush.

    I agree with the warriors who say you can use this anger to be a driving force to succeed at whatever you're doing.

    If you'd like to see what I believe is the work of a brilliant marketer who channeled not only his anger, but also the anger of an entire niche perfectly into his theme, story, headline and even hook, check out your fellow warrior Michael Silvester's copy here:

    => PDF Marker - Stop Losers Sharing Your PDF Reports and Ebooks

    (Just make sure there are no sailors nearby if you read it out loud)
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  • Profile picture of the author Joys
    Hi Dude, welcome to the human race! Stop being so hard on yourself! if something works, why change it? -- unless you want to....
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Cohen
      Identifying the causes of your anger issues will serve as the best chance to learn how to control your anger better and live a healthier life.
      The above quoted from this article:

      Common Causes for Anger Management Issues | MySahana

      The article suggests attending anger management classes or seeing a counselor specializing in anger management.

      Alex
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      • Profile picture of the author copyassassin
        Originally Posted by Alex Cohen View Post

        The above quoted from this article:

        Common Causes for Anger Management Issues | MySahana

        The article suggests attending anger management classes or seeing a counselor specializing in anger management.

        Alex
        good article

        with a new baby, working 14 hours a day, i say i suffer from #3, #6, #8
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Scott
    For all the people saying, "if it's not hurting anyone, stay with it..."

    You DO know what anger does, right?

    It releases a cocktail of chemicals that significantly impacts on your health and well-being.

    There's an absolute glut of research on this.

    Anger is NOT a healthy emotion, because it releases a lot of hormones that decrease lifespan and quality of that life.

    That's not to say we don't all deal with it - very few of us are "Zen" enough never to get angry.

    But it is definitely a damaging state, both in the long and short terms.

    -Daniel
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    • Profile picture of the author copyassassin
      Daniel,

      thats my problem!

      anger, while effective in lighting my brain on fire, well, it comes at a price.

      I want to light my brain on fire with a more posisitive trigger.

      However, when I'm tired, stressed out, it's so hard to access higher levels of thinking.

      Now, I don't face this problem most of the time.

      Just when I'm super busy; like right now.

      When my body says no, I've got to "get mad" to wake myself up.

      I probably need to dump more lower paying clients.

      adam



      Originally Posted by Daniel Scott View Post

      For all the people saying, "if it's not hurting anyone, stay with it..."

      You DO know what anger does, right?

      It releases a cocktail of chemicals that significantly impacts on your health and well-being.



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      • Profile picture of the author mrbueno
        I get where you are coming from. Last year a telemarketing company I know wrote a blog about syndicated articles being bad for SEO. He bated responses by saying "If I have missed the point, please let me know" So I wrote a very friendly response saying that the purpose of syndicated content is not for SEO, but for viewer engagement. Much like the AP writes content that newspapers can license.

        He responded with "Well maybe we should ask an expert, lets ask 'name of someone who thinks they compete with me'."

        I was pissed. The whole article was designed to get me to respond and position the other guy as an expert in the field while making me look small. Awesome job of it, too. It pissed me off. Did I let them know it? Nope.

        Instead of letting them know it, I said to myself "I never want to hear someone else referred to as an expert over me again." So, I worked hard. I contacted some major authors (I'm not talking e-books) in my field and found one that would agree to meet with me. We met. We hit it off. Now we are writing books and creating things together. I will have a published book sitting in store shelves less than a year from now. If book stores still exist in a year.

        Oh yeah, I also re-imagined my entire growth strategy which led to higher average sales and more clients than these other guys can dream of. All because I got a little pissed off.

        I have since then learned to focus my energy to more positive growth. I have found that it took a few weeks of me being REALLY SUPER DUPER POSITIVE (which I was not before) to realign my lifetime of negativity that I was trained with. It is really odd being where I am at today.

        For me it is easier to embrace the negative, but I feel much better using the positive. If you want to change from running on negativity, try volunteering to help others. That is what I do to motivate myself and turn to look for positive things even in negative situations.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jeremey
          Adam, you need to find some healthier, super-motivating factor out there that is going to fire up your synapses and get your hair tingling and fingers dancing...the next time you get angry about something, try to condition yourself with a different response.

          Go run a mile, go to the gym, or play the guitar or something...then sit down to work with a clear head and picture that NEW motivation in your mind...maybe it's making money so you can retire early enough to enjoy your kids while you are still young. Maybe it's something as trivial as banking the next chunk of cash you'll be needing for a trip to Hawaii...

          Find another, healthier outlet for your anger trigger and create new motivational triggers that will generate positive vibes for your workflow...dude.

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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Ceskavich
    Yeah, you have a problem. Your problem is you're too busy feeling and not busy enough working.

    Get to work. The work will take care of the feelings.

    - Alex
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    • Profile picture of the author copyassassin
      either you are clueless or trying to annoy me.

      i hope it's the latter.

      working more solves nothing.

      Originally Posted by Alex Ceskavich View Post

      Yeah, you have a problem. Your problem is you're too busy feeling and not busy enough working.

      Get to work. The work will take care of the feelings.

      - Alex
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Hill
    Sigh.

    I've resisted a reply to this until now.

    Adam, isn't it obvious?

    You're a busy guy. You deal with little stuff all day. But it takes real engagement to get those synapses firing, making you feel alive... engaged... or even enraged.

    So what's wrong with you?

    Nothing.

    You’re just passionate, that’s all.

    Is that unhealthy? Hmm. Maybe. But when you’re on fire, you can come up with good stuff.

    I’m not going to give you a bunch of psychobabble, like you need to “feel your chakras” or some such nonsense. But the point is the same – you might as well learn to harness it.

    It’s who you are. Use it to advantage. Or not.

    Just a suggestion.
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