Creativity isn’t just for artists. It’s for entrepreneurs who want to think differently, it’s for employees who want to make a great impression, it’s for people who want to be better at relationships, and it’s for anyone who wants to live a more interesting, more rewarding life.
And here’s the good news: creativity is a skill you learn, not a talent you have. In fact, it’s a skill you develop by practicing it, day after day after day.
Enter The 30-Day Creativity Challenge: a thirty-day bootcamp designed to supercharge your creativity through thirty unique 10-minute challenges.
You’ll be challenged to think of twenty unusual things to do with household items, you’ll turn bare sketches into interesting images, you’ll reflect on your life’s biggest challenges, your most deeply held beliefs and the things you’ve never done before but should.
If you’re someone who’s ever said “I’m just not creative” or you just like to be challenged to think outside the box, The 30-Day Creativity Challenge is for you.
I’ve been doing research recently on how a simple 30-day creative challenge can cause the average person to be more creative. In fact, many of the reports I’ve read say that a Creative Breakthrough will enable one to turn your creativity into art. It’s not just about being creative – it’s about making an art out of it.
If you feel creative, do you look at things that others have and work with what you see? Would you like to build a home from the ground up?
Creative people find their own unique style and then write it down. They often spend years searching for something “unique” and they find it. It’s hard to argue with success when they are so successful.
Let’s face it, as great as it is to come up with your own unique ways to solve a problem, if you don’t also enjoy the process of coming up with the answers, then your creativity may never come into play. I bet you’ve heard about that famous quote, “work makes you creative” and the myth that the creative person is a genius. Well, let me tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way.
Today, with a little inspiration and a little work, anyone can create high-level and low-level success in any field. And the only reason why they aren’t all geniuses is because their inspiration comes from a different place. And they are still creative, just more creative than you are now.
Most people think that a creative person gets all the success that they do by accident. Well, it’s true – but it’s not going to happen for you by accident. You’re going to have to work at it. You need to have the patience to continue working at it, and the motivation to keep at it.
If you want to become a creative person, then you need to be willing to work at it. If you don’t feel like you’re doing anything today, that’s okay, you will still be creative. The trick is to put it in words and walk away.
Becoming a creative person is all about taking some time for yourself. It doesn’t mean you have to shut off your family and friends. It means that you get out of the house and go out and enjoy what you do.