One question. What’s the biggest thing you’ve learn about creativity? Josh Collesano answers: “We are not the originators [of creativity], simply curators and stewards of the tremendous creativity of God.”
“I could kill you five different ways using this hat.” I’m not sure how I ended up hanging out with this guy. But he proclaimed this while explaining his jujitsu skills. Then he demonstrated exactly how he would take me out with his hat. Impressive! As I slowly backed away…I couldn’t help but admire his…
I love food. I love to cook, eat and play with it. Food is the only medium that touches all five senses. You taste it. You see it. You touch it. You smell it. You hear it when you chew or snap a carrot. Why wouldn’t you use food to inspire you?
I haven’t spoken Spanish in fourteen years. But today I was fluent. I grew up in Guatemala, so I picked up a few things. But a few years after moving to the US I lost my Spanish skills. A few years later I married an Argentine girl. I’ve been meaning to relearn the lost language,…
I hate when people say they’re too busy. When you say that, you’re actually saying “I’m too busy for you!” You’re never actually too busy. If the President requested a conference with you, you’d find the time. The reason you’re “too busy” is that you have put a higher priority on other things.
Sweeten your visual senses with this week’s eye candy buffet. Here are a few visuals I stumbled across this week. Be inspired. Enjoy.
I spoke at a creativity conference last week. I asked some of the attendees what the best part of the conference was. You might be surprised, but it wasn’t the keynote or breakout sessions. It was the one-on-one conversations they had with the speakers and other creatives.
A friend sent me this video. I watched it late at night in my hotel room. I got super creeped out. And the slow Internet made it worse. It paused at the worst moments making the tension almost unbearable. And then the end came. Watch it for yourself and see what I mean.
It’s easy to get lazy when you’re creating for the fun of it. Do you want to go anywhere with your creativity? You need to be intentional about getting there. “Everyone ends up somewhere, but few people end up somewhere on purpose.” – Craig Groeschel
Few things drain me more than lengthy projects. I’m an obsessive guy that needs variety. If I’m stuck in one thing too long I want to shoot myself. I’m writing a book right now and am already dragging my knuckles writing the first chapter. How will I make it? I have a few strategies, but…