My theory is that everyone who creates is nagged by doubts. Sometimes it's a paralyzing shout, sometimes it's a critical whisper -- but the devil lives on the artist's shoulder.
But Craig disagrees - he thinks that most artists are not consumed by doubts, that they must be confident in order to produce.
I realize it's extremely subjective, but here's my survey for artists, writers and other creative types:
How much negative press do you get from your psyche? What do you do about it?
I realize that admitting to self-doubt is not a highly-recommended marketing tool, so feel free to leave anonymous comments.