“I am not creative.”
Generally speaking, most of us equate creativity with the ability to do something at an exemplary level. We believe that creative people are just the folks that move or inspire us with art, music, or theatrical performances. We think of them as being at the top of their field, or having the potential to be if only they were discovered.
The notion that being creative requires you to have a certain level of talent or a particular skillset, stifles expression before it even has the opportunity to emerge. This type of mindset causes a variety of roadblocks and an aversion to taking risks.
There may be a thing or two out there that sparks your interest, but you are reluctant to try it because you think “You aren’t good enough.”Continue reading “Ignite Joy Through Creativity”