What if I told you, you don’t have to be a writer, designer, illustrator, or have any “artsy” occupation to be creative.
There’s this certain misconception that repeats when it comes to defining our creativity.
As we get older on the road to more traditional pursuits, we forget that as children, we were all creative and didn’t fear to expose our imagination.
Everything is an adventure as a kid, and through developing the carless spirit we once possessed when we were younger,
we have a chance to grow our source of creativity.
Think of creativity as a muscle. The more we use it, the stronger it gets.
The problem is, doubt starts to spread once we accept the false idea of “I’m not creative.” Once we make that agreement, we limit our potential.
This makes it harder to tap into our natural flow when we try to establish creative solutions.
THE SECRET Behind Creative Thinking
The ideas written on this post, stem from Tom and David Kelly’s inspirational book, Creative Confidence.