One question. What’s the biggest thing you’ve learn about creativity? Stephen Proctor answers: “Be generous with my art and go beyond self-expression. Be simple yet place hidden depths throughout.”
There are two types of failure. Failure you learn from, and failure that’s resistance. Sometimes failure means moving on. But sometimes you need to fight for your creativity.
Creatively stuck? Learn a trick. A magic trick, juggling, card flinging, contact juggling…you get the idea. Learning a new trick can free you from your creative block.
Are you an insecure artist? I am. Every time I share my work with people I know they’re judging me. I’m not good enough. They think I’m stupid for even trying. Do you feel that way?
Looking to experiment a bit with your creativity? Today’s idea sparkler gives you some ideas to play around with. Mind you…this isn’t for the faint of heart.
One question. What’s the biggest thing you’ve learn about creativity? Ryan Leak answers: “Creativity is a lot like music. People like all different kinds. Creative doesn’t mean people like it.”
Yesterday I was asked, “How do you find the time to blog so much?!” They were referring to the fact that I blog about 15 times per week…on top of a full-time and part-time job. It’s really not that hard. It’s all about scheduling. I’d like to introduce you to the concept of batch processing.
We’re going to take a little different twist with the Idea Sparkler this week. Instead of showing you something others have done, I’ll be asking you a question to help spark an idea for the project you’re working on. We’ll see how it goes.
I know a girl who leaves a DNA trail in every car she gets into. Yep, she plucks a hair from her head and leaves it in the car in case she gets murdered. She might be a little obsessed with Crime Scene Investigation shows.
Today’s creative draino – hang out with failure. There’s a mystical power in failure. You might say success is made of failure. If no one failed, there would be no success. Success requires risk of failure.