How can we encourage our own creative spirit?
It all started with the question on the table - what will it take to move out of the limiting belief, that we "cannot or are not creative"?
From Heather – control our inner dialog and simply take it out of our vocabulary. This is an approach that can seriously help us all grow in all areas of life as the voices inside our heads have the ability to drive our actions. If we keep telling ourselves we aren't creative, then it must be true.
From Kely - "The creative process is full of failure" Creativity is a continuum. Sometimes we’re rich with ideas, and sometimes not so much. Don’t put undo pressure on yourself.
"I don't want to share because it's ugly"
"What if I write and no one reads it?"
But if you're happy with your creation, isn't that all that matters?
All the Coffee Chat Resources!
Check these out!
Elements of creative thought: Investigating the cognitive and neural correlates of association and bi-association processes by Mathias Benedek
Podcast on Froebel's Gift
Elements of creative thought: Investigating the cognitive and neural correlates of association and bi-association processes
All the Books!
Orbiting the Giant Hairball by Gordon MacKenzie
The Designer's Dictionary of Color by Sean Adams
Dangerous Ideas: When Provocative Thinking Is Your Most Valuable Asset by Alf Rehn
How to Think Like Leonardo DaVinci by Micheal Gelb
The Art of Noticing: 131 Ways to Spark Creativity, Find Inspiration, and Discover Joy in the Everyday
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