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10 notes tagged "creative"

  1. thrashing  
    In Seth Godin’s book “Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?”, the focus is on becoming a linchpin—a person who adds unique value to their organization
    resistance creative coaching
  2. handwritten or typewritten journaling  
    I might say that handwritten journals excel at rereading. Holding an object that is an evidence of time, an example of craft, and a symbol of
    journaling creative somatic diaries
  3. work on one person myself  
    I work on the one person I can work on, myself, to try to render myself more amenable to creative living in the presence of change, ambiguity, and
    creative courage change
  4. well-trod paths of others  
    too many of us spend years, even decades, in pursuit of someone else’s plan for our one precious life … a gap in our lives between where we find
    calling creative
  5. practicing man  
    Resistance to act initially protects one's uniqueness. Vulnerability is redefined as a strength in the artistic process, enabling communication and trust with inner signals. Mastery emerges through daily practice, as the artist climbs inner mountains, embracing self-discovery, and cultivating meaning. It's about giving oneself permission, embracing vulnerability, and finding belonging in the process of selfless service
    poetry resistance vulnerability creative artist
  6. spiritual tourism  
    Intrinsic motivation and spontaneity thrive through self-expression and creativity, akin to art. The pursuit of answers to the wrong questions can lead to existential anguish. Escaping the confines of normalcy, one explores spirituality but may get lost in literalism. To connect with the inner creative, language must be learned, grounding spirituality in everyday life, embracing the sacred in the ordinary, aiming for self-realization.
    poetry spirituality learning creative belonging
  7. creative dance of contradictions  
    “a creature of many contradictions and a protean shapeshifter if there ever was one—said that he often reflected upon the many “selves” that he had
    creative autotelic imagination
  8. toggling between imaginative and rational  
    fiction-writing process (research conducted on a group of novelists) as a “voyage of discovery” that begins with a seed incident—an event or
    creative imagination experiential
  9. creative work brings disparate elements together  
    Creative people are hubs of diverse interests, influences, behaviors, qualities, and ideas—and through their work, they find a way to bring these
    creative quotes
  10. four-stage creative process model  
    traditional four-stage model is far too simplistic: The Art of Thought, British social psychologist Graham Wallas, proposed that the creative
    creative fourfold

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