Trying to come up with an idea for your next project, business, book or work of art---and feel stuck? No matter how much you concentrate it feels like nothing is flowing through your brain. Yet, previously, you could come up with a long list of rough ideas. Now you feel like the proverbial author endlessly staring at a blank page in his typewriter.
Others are depending on you to come up with that next great idea. It could be for a marketing campaign, solution to a problem, new business idea. Yet the previously endless stream of brilliance you are known for seems to have dried up.
What gives? And how do you reconnect with that creative genius inside you again?
Conventional advice says:
There are two camps on the concept of creativity:
What if conventional thinking is lacking and it's all about reconnecting with how your brain thought as a child?
As a child, your mind was open to all kinds of ideas. Over time and teaching, many are taught to "de-create". Could this process later in life become the stumbling block you are now experiencing?
There are ways to process this and get your mind to jump start into creation mode again.
For Introverts such as myself, I find being creative requires perhaps more open time and space to tap into my creative mind. If you identify as introverted, here are a few ideas suited to your personality to get into creation mode:
Like any form of self development, it's a process. As a child, days seemed longer and time seemed stretched. Tapping into your child mind can help you reconnect with your creative process.
To your abundance with love, Suzanne
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