The three unconventional ways to unleash creativity in your life

One of the many different jobs I have undertaken in my long and complicated life …
Or maybe this way: one of the most interesting things I have done in my career πŸ™‚ is giving classes on “Creative Thinking” to students.

To this day I remember and feel deeply moved by some of their projects. Listen:

πŸ’Ž Starting a herb garden on the balcony.
πŸ’Ž Organizing a surprise birthday party for a friend.
πŸ’Ž Joining an organization that rescues horses.
πŸ’Ž Renewing contact with a father after many years of silence.

Do you think creativity only applies to artists, stylists and copywriters?

No, no, no!

Every day you have a million opportunities to choose a new way of thinking/feeling/behaving instead of repeating the same old melody from the past (read: the same results and situations).

Questions for you:

What would it be like to run your business creatively?
For example by expanding without exhausting yourself.

What would it be like to spend creative time with your children?
I mean: being relaxed, doing interesting things and having fun.

What would it be like to dress creatively?
To look great and feel comfortable at the same time.

What would it be like to solve problems in a creative way?
Without sleepless nights, pressure, stress … and repeating the same thing as always.

 

As a former teacher of creative thinking, with many years of experience in experimenting, searching, changing, starting over from the very beginning and making things better, taking bad or even worse life decisions, I can say this:

1. Creative thinking can be trained!

2. This is a skill that needs to be practiced.

3. Creativity has no limits and translates into all aspects of your life πŸ™‚

 

Watch a video about my 3 strategies that go against the conventional thinking of creativity.

And then start practicing your own creative thinking πŸ™‚
think and write in the commentary about one creative project that you would like to implement in your life now. It can be something big, it can be something small, but let it be something that you actually want to do and WILL DO. See again my student examples (at the beginning).

Write in the comment what this idea is and the first step you will take to implement it. And I will give you feedback.

Creativity is your natural state. Do you still remember when you were a child πŸ™‚?

Don’t be afraid to use this strength.

So curious about your projects πŸ’‘
πŸ’—Mariola