When we find the courage to take the unexplored path to our awareness and creativity, we may find endless possibilities within ourselves that we didn't even know we had.Read More
Introverts are able to see beauty everywhere and see the person for who they are inside. It is a crying shame if people who hold such compassion in their heart are suppressed within a materialistic focused society. This is one of the reasons why introverted people dislike shallow small talk because they want to form a deeper connection based on compassion and empathy, a sense of mutual trust with no egos.Read More
An Introverts energy is precious and limited, so how we use it is important. At times we can give our energy away in situations where we feel we have no control.....know that you can protect your energy.
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You CAN build your confidence step by step, the important thing to remember is not to rush things. You have the right to feel good about who you are. It may feel difficult to break habits but taking small steps can really take you to the place where you can feel better about yourself.Read More
You can be quiet and confident!!
When we begin to accept ourselves for the introverted and creative person that we are - we will not need approval or validation from others.
No more struggling or feeling there is something wrong, every individual is unique anyway. Have the courage to speak softly.
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Gentleness? society say's, 'How can Gentleness reduce stress?, Thats not what will get me far in life, I want endurance and strength!'
Well the good news is you can have it all, you can have endurance and strength AND be gentle and humble, the key thing is to use your gentleness as your strength.Read More
Many introverted people feel they struggle with confidence and grow up thinking like there’s something wrong with them because society seems to value extroverts more than introverts, this can have a knock on effect with an individuals self-esteem.Read More
Being a compassionate artist or Entrepreneur is no easy task, we are all making a living challenging and pushing the status quo. Everyday we face fresh obstacles, hurdles we need to jump and often we fall down seven times to get back up eight times.Read More
“The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others.” - Erik Erikson
Let me ask you a couple of questions to start with.... Have you noticed more negativity appearing in your life? Does it seem wherever you turn there is some form of disaster happening whether it's from watching the news, reading the newspaper or even interacting with family, friends and society in general?Read More
Full-time jobs are not for everyone - there I said it! To most people they are fine, they may not be ideal but they are managable or to some they are seen as amazing opportunities to take care of their expenses and responsibilities to prepare for the future and provide a sense of security.Read More
The New Year is underway, the Christmas festivities are all wrapped up so normality and routine are slowly but surely starting to creep in.
Is the happy and joyful you, the part of you who reconnected with your inner joy over Christmas gradually dispersing and being replaced with feelings of dread, stress, boredom, unhappiness, feeling drained.....etcRead More
When that creative energy is in full force and you know your skills are matched perfectly with the task, it’s known as the “white moment.” It’s a moment when everything fits together harmoniously. Athletes refer to it as being “in the zone.” They can’t do anything wrong. Their skills are so well matched to the challenge, they almost blend together.Read More
Time to discuss the dreaded “enemies” of your creativity. Anything that stops the natural flow of creativity is known as a block. There are many different reasons they occur and it requires some work on your part to re-establish that creative flow.Read More
Have you ever thought why you aren't nurturing your creative side? Well the reason could be fear - fear of making a mistake, fear of not getting something exactly right, fear and more bloody fear.Read More
There’s nothing wrong with procrastination. Or is there? I’ll leave it to you to decide, but only if you have the time. - Craig Brown
Before I begin with this blog regarding the worst form of procrastination, there is an argument that procrastination is good for creativity and that procrastination is a sign that we are creative. However taking procrastination too far will hinder creativity and this is the area I will discuss within the blog.Read More
‘’There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living’’ — Nelson Mandela
Everyone has a passion .....You, me, your family, friends, colleagues, the dog, (ok maybe not the dog....but hey he might in his/her own way). Passion often manifests during childhood and is pursued through play, as children we were free to actively pursue the things that interested us, but as we age we are often encouraged to go after more practical pursuits and therefore leaving our passion aside.Read More
An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it.” - Bill Bernbach
Are you at the stage where you’ve accepted the fact that you are indeed a creative person, and that you are now capable of becoming creative more than you have ever dreamed of? Excellent, so it’s now time to put that talent to work and practice, practice, practice.Read More
Creative minds have always been known to survive any kind of bad training.” - Anna Freud
In today’s competitive world, it is more important than ever for businesses to attract and keep highly talented people. In order to do that, they must provide a work place environment that is challenging, creative, and fun.Read More
The only truly happy people are children and the creative minority.” - Jean Caldwell
Have you ever watched five-year-olds at play? They are curious and highly creative in their games. They don’t know yet, what they don’t know. Their creative limits have no bounds; no one has told them that they can’t do something. They’re fearless explorers, artists, or musicians; some are even comedians in the making. They have not yet been pressured to conform and they think they can do anything and that nothing is beyond their capabilities.Read More
Comfort zone - what does that look like to you? And why are people scared to push that boundary between safety and the unknown. Why are we happy to keep ourselves within certain limitations?Read More