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Discomfort as Creative Fuel by Gina Edwards

Discomfort as Creative Fuel by Gina Edwards ** This exercise helps creatives distinguish between the discomforts that hold us back and those that nourish our growth and expansion. Knowing the difference allows us to use discomfort to regain momentum on stalled...

Discipline Plus

To make art, you need a certain discipline. And you need more than that. What else? Here are eight great quotes on discipline plus! "People think I am disciplined. It is not discipline. It is devotion. There is a great difference."-- Luciano Pavarotti "I had what it...

Allowing by Tania Kelvin

Allowing by Tania Kelvin Allowing is a fun, easy, pleasurable, and simple creativity exercise for connecting with your flow of creativity to get past perfectionism, self-criticism, and fears. This exercise helps to allow flow of inspiration and exploration, so that...

Create Your Essence List by April Bosshard

Know Thy Essence Create Your Essence List and Harness the Power of What Matters Most to You by April Bosshard PURPOSE This exercise allows creatives to connect with what matters most to them at a meta level. An awareness of one’s unique set of personal values,...

Fused Creative Blocks by Midori Evans

Fused Creative Blocks It’s raining outside. You’re tired. You “just don’t feel like it”. It’s easy to let our creative juices go astray or to set them aside for another day. But if one day goes by and then the next, it can be hard to be doing the creative work we...

Alphabet to the Rescue by Saundra Alexis Heath

Alphabet to the Rescue By Saundra Alexis Heath Alphabet to the Rescue is 3 exercises used alone or in combination to help creatives deal with creative anxiety. Exercise description: 1. Deep Breathing - Clients are instructed to take 26 deep Alphabet breaths. One deep...

Ambition Without Grandiosity by Rahti Gorfien

Ambition Without Grandiosity By Rahti Gorfien Ambition Without Grandiosity is an exercise that helps creatives better understand why ambition is a good thing, as it helps us persist even after failures. At the same time, it helps creatives understand why ambition...

Seeing is Believing by Liz Verna

Seeing is Believing By Liz Verna ATR, LCAT Exercise Purpose: to tease out subconscious beliefs that block or sabotage creative energy. Exercise Description: Creatives are encouraged to write freely, uncensored and in a stream of consciousness, about a particular...

Draw Your Way Forward

Draw Your Way Forward By Rachel Marsden Sometimes when we have a challenge we can get stuck in trying to ‘think’ our way out of it. Using image-making and metaphor as a form of problem-solving can help us step out of our default way of thinking and open up new...

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