Creativity often comes with some self-doubt. Even scientifically-speaking, creativity occurs when we learn to turn off the part of our brain that’s constantly self-monitoring our thought process. For me, it’s really one small step at a time. I like to begin my thought process on paper. I gather images that inspire, that give a mood, and I put them all together in a mood board. From there, I act in faith that something good is going to come of it all.