I've been thinking about this idea—of creating physical manifestations of emotions or feelings—for a while. And this idea of an 'affect' pedal came to me one day—the idea of being able to control, color, and adjust your moods, emotions or feelings in the same way you can manipulate sound with an actual effect pedal. It's a fun idea, but I'll have to keep putting in the real work to get the self confidence I desire.

Introducing '4' – a one of a kind personal creativity boost affect.

I've been participating in a creative mentorship with @jamesvictore and one of the first things he introduced was the idea of 'four freedoms': Fun, Joy, Play, and Love. He consistently reiterates these ideas as keystones to finding abundance—not only creatively but also in life. Focusing on these concepts in my work has made me feel much more creative and more confident—which, in turn, has had positive affects in my life. I'm grateful for his guidance and inspiration. Thank you James!
Introducing 'Weirdo' – a one of a kind personal modulator affect.

I've been working on embracing my 'weird'. Weird being that collection of everything I love, everything I've experienced (good and bad), everything I look forward to, and even everything I avoid. Things I loved as a kid but stopped doing. Things I want to do but avoid because of fear of embarrassment. But being able to be weird, and fun, and carefree is a straight line to being creative. And being creative brings me joy. Remind and trust yourself to be weird. Not only is it ok, it's a powerup.
Introducing 'max' – a first of its kind, confidence boost affect pedal. 

Wouldn't it be great to just flip a switch and be able to access pure, clean, arrogance-free self confidence? Plug it in and dial in as much self confidence as you need. Built for ease of use and quick access, this simple boost pedal will give you everything you've ever wanted...and more!
Introducing 'EGO', a one of a kind ego boost affect pedal.

This pedal is as simple as it gets. It's so simple that there isn't even a knob on it. There are no controls because they don't really matter— click it on and your boosted ego is going to do whatever it wants anyway. This pedal made of 100% recycled old cardboard, so you'll have to be fragile with it. You don't want to crush your ego. Or maybe you do...in which case, give it a good stomp.

In the past, my ego has made me judgemental or critical of others. It has made me focus too much on myself and not others. It has made me have a small world view. It has added fuel to my lack of self confidence. It made (makes?) me crave credit and recognition. It does all kinds of things, but I'm making an effort to be more conscious of my ego and how it plays into my mood, outlook, and decision making.
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