The topic of creativity can be frustrating for many people simply because they have never felt that they are creative. Maybe you like the idea of creativity and living a creative life, but have not yet been able to make it happen.
But, why not? What prevents you from living your most creative and fulfilling life?
Have you have embarked on various creative ventures in the past and have not seen them through? Do any of the following sound like you?
- You got really excited about photography and purchased an expensive camera, but whenever you use it, you just shoot in automatic mode because you have not yet learned how to use it.
- You bought a sewing machine, but have yet to take it out of the box.
- You got really into biking for a while and bought a brand new expensive bike, but now it just sits in your garage or storage, just taking up space and collecting dust.
- You have lots of ideas for a book you have always wanted to write, but have not dedicated the time to sit down and do it.
- You like the idea of learning how to design websites or being a web designer, but have not put forth the effort into learning it.
- You see other people start their own businesses and always think I could do that, but you haven’t yet.
- You like the idea of creativity and being creative, but just never have felt that you were.
There are all kinds of
excuses reasons why we don’t see things through that we start, but there are two main reasons why you are not yet living your most creative life:
- Your new hobby/passion/interest was not your actual creative spark.
- You didn’t make a plan for how to implement it in your life.
That’s it. That’s all there is to it.
It’s really not that difficult. It seems like it should be easy to dedicate time and effort to something that is going to make you happy, but yet, many of us don’t.
Maybe you just need some help.
My Design Your Creative Path Course will help you. Click here to sign up.
By designing a creative path, you will:
- challenge yourself to continually learn
- satisfy your curiosities
- push yourself to take risks (big or small)
- be happy and fulfilled
Your creative path does not have to be about a career move or a paycheck. Sometimes your passion/life’s work/favorite hobby might be connected to your career – other times it may not be. When I speak of your creative path I’m not saying everyone should quit their jobs and become artists.
I’m challenging you to design a path of learning, curiosity and happiness for your life based on your creative spark.
Maybe you have never thought of yourself as creative, but have always had an interest in creative pursuits. You owe it to yourself to explore your creativity further.
Or maybe your entire life is centered around your creative spark – where do you want to go next? What do you want to do with it?
- What are you passionate about?
- What drives you?
- What makes you happy?
- What are you interested in learning more about?
- What do you want to spend your time on?
By designing a creative path for your life, you can answer these questions and get to work making changes immediately.
The Design Your Creative Path course contains 8 modules containing video guides and downloadable workbooks that I have personally created utilizing design thinking to transition you from one step to another in the process.
Still have questions? Let’s chat. I’d love to hear from you.