Creativity Takes Courage

Be brave today and don’t be afraid to draw outside the lines. I am confident that what you will create is a masterpiece unto itself. When we try to fit in we keep ourselves small. Be big. Be Bold. Create what brings YOU joy.

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Ambition In The City

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  1. I do not feel very creative anymore. I am an old retired businessman and loved that life, My kind of creativity was no like art or music, but just organizing departments and seeing them function because I was so blessed with great employees.

    1. One can be creative in many ways, for many different things…not just what many perceive as the traditional art forms. I believe art has many forms, not just music, paintings, sculptures, the written word, and the like. I think it can be found in cooking, the way one organizes one home or business, designing cars, building computers, landscaping, etc. 🙂 Everyone has their strengths, you may not be the typical artist, but I believe you’re still an artist the same with what you have contributed to the world.

      1. We are artists in every aspect of our lives. What we think we can manifest. When we tap into our creativity and resourcefulness we tap into what’s possible for us. Create without limits. Be brave, be bold and don’t worry about fitting into a perfect little box. It’s a lot more fun when you can remain curious a take risks for the sake of creating a life that brings you meaning and joy.

      2. We are artists in every aspect of our lives. What we think we can manifest. When we tap into our creativity and resourcefulness we tap into what’s possible for us. Create without limits. Be brave, be bold and don’t worry about fitting into a perfect little box. It’s a lot more fun when you can remain curious a take risks for the sake of creating a life that brings you meaning and joy.

    2. If you are ever interested in getting reconnected with your creativity please email me. As a coach this is a common problem I come across with a lot of my clients. Our creative muscle is always there we just need to work it out. you can be creative again Frank, perhaps its just in a away you haven’t recognized. Have a great night.

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