Before the Creative Process

The everyday beginning

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Do One Thing (that you really want to do!)

Make sure in all of your doing today, to do something delightful for you. It’s easy to forget that we have the power to do this. Busy with real life stuff we forget to do the simple things that help lift our spirits in all the right places.

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Beauty in the Dance

There is beauty in your creating

Not in how it’s presented
Not in the place it’s shown
Not in the praise or lack thereof bestowed

But simply in the creating

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I’m a Daydream Believer

If we were sitting over a favorite drink, talking art and creativity and fear and dreams, what would you have to say? Where’s your mind and heart these days as it relates to your creativity?

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Your Best Investment Yet, Part 2

That’s how investments feel to me. I don’t remember each of them, but I know in my bones that they are much of what has brought me to where I am today.

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Your Best Investment Yet

‘I’m going to invest in me.’
Did you feel a bit uncomfortable just reading those words? I know I did in writing it.
Investing in ME.
Doing something with the intention that I will personally grow, benefit, expand from. Invest. The word itself makes one

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Finding Our Why

So how do we arrive at knowing our ‘why’, our purpose?
How do we uncover it?
Well, here’s the cool thing. We thankfully don’t have to go searching outside ourselves for some lofty purpose.

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Why the ‘Why’ Matters

Think of your ‘why’ like the flame to your candle, like the mojo to all your creative undertakings!

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Redefining Hard

Hard doesn’t have to be…well, hard!

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The Starting Point

Recognizing the things we’ve been shelving for months, years, and decades is an eye-opener. We can’t undo the lost time. We can, however, choose differently for today and going forward.

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That thing about creating that Hemingway knew

The thing is to become a master and in your old age to acquire the courage to do what children did when they knew nothing.
~ Ernest Hemingway
And what is it, exactly, that children do?