Posts Tagged ‘Creativity’

Forget About It, No Really, You’ve Forgotten About It

Forget About It, No Really, You've Forgotten About It

“Give it to me,” I rumbled under my breath. “Give you what?” he sincerely responds. “You know what,” I say accusing, growling lightly. “Really, I don’t know what you’re talking about,” he innocently shrugs. “Quit screwing with me! You had it this morning! You even told me you had it!” I pleaded, trying to call…

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It’s Impossible to Save Others When You’re Drowning

It's Impossible to Save Others When You're Drowning

We live in a world where more and more is expected of us. The pace of technology has made us “available” 24/7. Our switches are forever in the “ON” position. When answering the constant call of technology, when do you have time for YOURSELF? In the midst of devoting your daily tasks to your profession…

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Be Careful and Bore Yourself to Death

Be Careful and Bore Yourself to Death

Fear Of the unknown or the never attempted. Love Lost or never gained. Friendship Destroyed or never tested. Dreams While you sleep or while awake. Change And avoidance or embracing the elusive. Time Of aging or priceless knowledge. Confidence In others or self. Adventures In books or in living. Pain In the now or lessons…

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Perfection is the Antagonist of Creativity

Perfection is the Antagonist of Creativity

Perfection challenges your worth. Creativity finds value in our individuality. Perfection stifles you from putting your thoughts into the ether. Creativity allows voice to go beyond logic. Perfection traps your song in your head. Creativity allows our song to be heard by others. Perfection judges others and concerns itself with the world’s view. Creativity invites…

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Never Stop Writing

Find your voice and sing your heart out.   I went out last night with several friends from my office to celebrate a co-worker’s 50th birthday. We found a little joint not far from the office that had a swanky 70s- 80s-vibe to it. When we walked in, background music was playing and kicking out some…

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Searching for a Crack in Your Writer’s Block

I wake up excited to write. I get up at 3:00 a.m. to start writing, fitting in some “me time” to write before I jettison off to my bill-paying employer. Spinning my chair around at my desk at the back of the family room, I sit down and flip open my MacBook Air, <command><tab> Evernote,…

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