You have an abundance of creative ideas, and sometimes this overwhelms you. Here’s a process that will help you honor your creative impulses, actually do some of the things you want, and finally feel like you are honoring your inner artist.
I’m working on a new book based on exercises I consistently give my coaching clients. In 18 years of helping bring more creativity to light, I’ve learned a few things about what works.
Here is one of the most potent processes I have used to make sure that creating has its place on the calendar. Try this exercise and share your experience in a comment below.
My Inner Artist Spoke Up and I Listened
Have you ever made a list and gone back to it years later, to discover that you actually DID the things on the list, without necessarily trying? That happened to me.
I revisited my list from 2012 recently. I was amazed to see that I had done 2/3 of the things on it. Not because I disciplined myself to do it. Not because I time managed-my way to do it.
Because I WANTED to do these things, they somehow happened. It feels a bit magical to see that once I put my artist desires on paper, it somehow was easier to make space for them.