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How Does Creativity Apply for You?
Creativity comes in so many forms. From the ability to create art or play an instrument to applying a problem-solving strategy. Every one of us is uniquely creative, and sometimes we’re even more creative than we think.
There are preconceived notions that being a creative person means you bestow the ability to sketch or to play an instrument. Both are excellent examples of creativity, but not the end all. Many of us are very creative, just not in the form we have been programmed to think. The truth is, creativity comes in many forms, and it’s highly valuable.
Creativity is not something you can buy, fake, or even force. Just like most great achievements in life, creativity only comes after hours of practice and many failures. Read almost any successful person’s bio, and I’m sure they will attribute their success to persistence, hard work, and a bit of luck.
Your creativity is like a muscle, grows stronger with continued practice and the willingness to learn. Persistence pays off for those who exercise their creativity in the “Information Age.” Creativity is the currency of attention on the web, and once you start shipping your work you, too, might be surprised just how valuable it is.
Make this Year Your Most Creative Year Ever!
Excellent goals align with your vision and mission. The CYE Workbook provides an exercise to help you align your goals and vision to make a creative plan you will follow all year long. Download it now to get started!
How will you make the next year your most creative year ever?
Let’s move your creative goals and vision to the front of your brain, so you can make a plan and plot your moves, working with intention and building space within your life to find your true creative value to yourself and the world
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There’s a common productivity method where you first identify your long term goals, then plot our 1 – 3 main tasks each day that are aligned with your vision. I’ve read about this productivity concept from many experts, the ones that come to mind are Michael Hyatt, Brian Tracey, and Steven Covey just to name […]