Getting your creativity out there
What do Jesus, Buddha, Leonardo, Einstein, Jacinda Arden and YOU have in common?
Creativity has its own rhythm. When you create things there can be a mix of chaos, frustration, insight and (if all goes well) the thrill of achieving something good. And then there’s a kind of cross-beat called ‘marketing’. Somehow you have to get your work into the ‘market’# so that you generate the funding that enables you to get back to creating.
CREATIVITY AT ANY AGE - Sue Kumeroa
It’s a lot for Sue to process. “I’m still getting used to all that’s happened so far, which way out-paces my initial tiny goals when I first enrolled with TLC,” she says. I never for a moment expected the joy, pleasure, excitement and marvellous opportunities that have come my way since then.”Posted on 22 Jan 2018 Comments
There's a hole in my bucket!
What do you do when someone tells you to cut off all your hair? Hair you’d grown long over many years.
Royd Tolkien’s first gut reaction was ‘No way!’ But then he cut all his hair off. Why? Because his little brother Mike asked him to. Cutting short his once long hair, was one challenge from a list of 50 that his brother had tasked him with. Doing standup comedy at a gay comedy club was another.
Failure IS an option
The only difference between a master and a beginner is that the master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried. When going through a creative process, every artist, designer, inventor and engineer will experience setbacks and failures; moments when things go wrong.Posted on 27 Jun 2017 Comments