Tuesday , June 2nd 2020
    Self Help Books With A Creativity Focus

Creativity Takes Courage: Dare to Think Differently (Flow)

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    It’s not always easy to be creative—to give our minds space to roam while ignoring our inner critic, to stare down a blank page and make the leap from nothing to anything. It takes courage.     Finding the courage to create is something the editors of Flow know…
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It’s not always easy to be creative—to give our minds space to roam while ignoring our inner critic, to stare down a blank page and make the leap from nothing to anything. It takes courage.
    Finding the courage to create is something the editors of Flow know a lot about. Creativity is a central value of the Flow mission, evident in every issue that bursts with the wild imaginations of its artists, writers, and editors. In Creativity Takes Courage, Flow brings together inspiration, hands-on projects, boundary-pushing activities, and special paper goodies to show readers how to unleash their inner artists.     
    Organized around a series of twelve “dares”—including Dare to Fail, Dare to Be a Kid, Dare to Be Bored, Dare to Go Offline, Dare to Collaborate—Creativity Takes Courage encourages the reader to be fully present . . . and spend idle time staring out the window. To leave your comfort zone and start a project, without hesitation . . . and nourish yourself with museum visits and reading time. Each dare includes fill-in pages and prompts to go deeper into what motivates us or hinders us, like mindful questions to identify fears of failure, or a Dare to Commit notebook for recording both daily and weekly projects.
    It’s the illustrated and fully interactive gift of how to live more creatively and enjoy every minute of the process, no matter what the result.


For the creative, its not always easy to be creative. That’s because there are so many creative people out there that have the ability to express themselves in many different ways. But, as you might imagine, it can sometimes be difficult to find inspiration and creativity on your own.

There are times inspiration hits us when we least expect it. We can’t help but think of something we’ve never done before, and we find inspiration in those thoughts and things we never did before. But, this is where it gets tricky.

Inspiration is very important. That’s because it lets us open up our minds and let go of our old ways of thinking and acting. It’s not always easy to be creative. In fact, it’s quite possibly one of the hardest parts about being creative.

Finding creativity when you’re feeling creative is not an easy task. Especially, when you’re not always inspired to do it in the first place. Because most of the time, when it’s difficult to be creative, we are usually afraid of doing it. Or we think we aren’t capable enough.

Finding creativity when you’re feeling creative and afraid is a challenge that we can conquer with creative therapy. A creative therapy can help us be inspired again by allowing us to let go of all of our fears and limiting beliefs.

With creative therapy, we’ll be able to access a truly inspiring source of energy, and we’ll be able to re-enforce our ability to be creative. We can’t be scared anymore, and we can no longer hold back from what we truly want to express. With creative therapy, we’ll be able to express ourselves completely, and no longer hold back from expressing ourselves fully.

We have emotional scars to clean up when we get stuck in the same old patterns we used to. We have deep-seated beliefs that need to be challenged and replaced with new and healthier beliefs.

Creativity takes courage.

Every step of the way on our personal development journey requires us to get up and be creative. We have to take the first steps and find our courage, but once we are free from our fears, we will be unstoppable.