I’m starting a revolution.
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who identify as creative, and those who don’t. I’d like to change that.
There are untold numbers of books and websites and resources marketed for “creatives,” and perusing them got me asking questions.
“Who isn’t creative?”
“Why does creativity belong to ‘creatives’?”
“What makes someone creative?”
I strongly believe that we are all creative. Some of us have come to connect to this idea, and some of us haven’t.
parents, bankers, politicians, teachers, teens, managers, doctors, caregivers, police, busboys, business owners, window washers, retirees, clergy, athletes, and administrators
all accepted that they were creative and worked towards reaching their creative potential?
Wouldn’t the world be a better place if every person valued and invested in the creativity that they innately possess?
I think so, and that’s why I’m on a mission. I help people who already identify as creative do their thing, and people who don’t identify as creative find their thing and embrace their creativity. Does that last part sound like I’m try to sell shoes to people who aren’t convinced that they have feet? Maybe I am. But the truth is, they got feet.
Not everyone wants to live life as a creative. Not everyone desires to take their creative work to the next level. But when you’re ready to join the revolution, I’ll be here.