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Choices and Outcomes: Become more Creative


“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something, it seemed obvious the them after awhile”

~ Steve Jobs


Are people just born creative? Or can you develop the skill of creativity? Well this would be a short podcast if the only way to be creative was to be born with creative tendencies. In this episode we discuss building your creative muscle, and becoming more creative.

How do you become more creative? Here are several ways we discuss in the podcast.

Just Start:

We discuss the fear of failure, and the idea of people not starting because of a strong fear of failure. If becoming more creative is your goal, you have to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. If you have ever built something for the first time, you know the vision you had in your mind is difficult to recreate in physical form. This happens because you have not developed the skills necessary to create what you want.

“You first have to create something terrible, to develop the skills to create something great”

Practice Practice Practice:

Being creative does not happen overnight. You have to work at developing your creative muscle. This means you have to practice, practice, practice.

If you are in sales, and want to be more creative in the sales process, you first have to be really good at executing your process. When you have your process nailed, you can start then start finding ways to work inside and outside of your process.

Get out of your comfort zone:

Start with the small things, and work your way to the big things. If you start taking different ways to get to work, change your coffee routine, eat something different for lunch, or start a new hobby. You will start working your creativity muscle.

This is the process to start being comfortable with being uncomfortable.

Are you ready to Get Inspired!!!!

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