Creator crash or creator burnout happens to a lot of people. After an intense, 30 day Kickstarter campaign it can be hard to find your motivation, get things done, and be creative. In this video I talk about the dynamics of creator crash and give some suggestions on how to beat the funk.

Kickstarter Basics: Creator Crash!

Eduardo Baraf is a game maker from Mountain View, California. He is married with two boys (5/8) and loves playing games with his family and friends at home. He owns Pencil First Games (Lift Off! Get me off this Planet, The Siblings Trouble, GemPacked Cards) and runs the YouTube channel: Edo’s Game Reviews. Professionally his career spans Video Games, Startups, and VR technology.

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  1. Andre C Barreto on January 27, 2017

    I”m still not there yet, but hopefully I will pass a down time like that! 😛 Thanks for sharing here and I see the point. Finish something big it means wait for some quiet time after a big rush. I don’t know you guys here, but I’m juggling two projects (I really like to have more then one project in my head to keep busy in different ways) and maybe focusing in this other project? Like I said, I don’t know what is like to publish a gameboard like you, but maybe keep your mind a little busy may help? Just sharing a thought, don’t know even if would work.

    • Eduardo Baraf Author on January 27, 2017

      Thanks for the feedback! I’m sure this would work for many people.

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