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Designing a Creative Path Can Help You Turn Ideas Into Reality

Knowing Your Creative Path Can Help You Turn Your Ideas into Reality. Click to learn more.You may have heard me mention that my new course, Design Your Creative Path is launching soon. Whether or not you ultimately decide to register for my course, you should know what a creative path is and more specifically what yours is and what role it plays in your life.

Let’s dive in.

Your creative path:

  • challenges you to continually learn
  • satisfies your curiosities
  • pushes you to take risks (big or small)
  • leaves you 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.

So how does your life improve from knowing (and following) your creative path?

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 pursuits – 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.

So how does your life improve from knowing (and following) your creative path?

You are living intentionally. You are making a choice to do something daily (or weekly or however often) that makes you happy and fulfilled.

You are acknowledging that you need more, that you need something else.

When you think about your creative path, I’m not saying you have to join a knitting club with a bunch of 85 year old women. I’m saying you need to find your creative spark (need help with that? Click here) and then determine a way to make that a part of your daily life.

REMEMBER CREATIVITY DOESN’T HAVE TO EQUAL ART.

My favorite definition of creativity is turning ideas into reality. Think about it. It can apply to anything. Not just sewing, knitting, scrapbooking, drawing, painting, photography, etc. It does apply to all of those I listed, but not only to those.

Too often people hear creativity and think it only applies to arts & crafts. Simply not true.

TURNING IDEAS INTO REALITY.

The possibilities are endless, but before you can design your creative path, you do need to find your creative spark (click here).

WHAT IDEA DO YOU WANT TO TURN INTO REALITY?

By designing a creative path, you acknowledge your creative spark (your ideas) and make a plan for turning them into a reality.

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