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Last week's show was about loving your imperfect self. But, what about one's work? How do you release the need to be "perfect" in your art, music, writing, or other creative endeavor?
Sometimes, the fear of making mistakes stops us as creative people from doing the work that we love and enjoy. The world misses out on our beauty, which is a very sad thing.
Today's show is about why making mistakes rocks during the creative process.
Join me, Lisa Selow, as I talk about how to turn your mistakes into gold!
About Me: I'm a Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach™, Author of A Rebel Chick Mystic's Guide, mixed media artist, and electric guitar player.
My website: http://lisaselow.com
in Self Help
As human creatures, we forget about what works for us, especially in the creative process. The trick is to remember what works for when we feel stuck or unmotivated. During today's call, I'll give you some strategies for remembering what works for you. Let's get rocking your creativity and continuting the path of a creative person! :)
Let's talk about creativity here on Rebel Chick Radio, about all of the amazing gifts and fun, joy, and love that it can bring into our lives. Each week, I will talk about a creative tip, a piece of wisdom, or something to fuel you and help you to rock your creativity. I call these segments Creativity Talk!
About Me: I'm Lisa Selow, a Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach™, Author of A Rebel Chick Mystic's Guide, and Rock 'n Roll Rebel. I'm also an electric guitarist, singer, mixed media artist, crafter, and knitter. I'm a creative freak!
Trusting the creative process and an attitude of gratitude… Magic happens when we combine all of this into a ‘spiritual smoothie’ so to speak and as we begin to believe in processes that may not always show us what we feel they SHOULD, we can blow the barn doors of manifestation WIDE OPEN! Always our attitude IS the KEY and when GRATITUDE is where the ATTITUDE seats itself… well just try it and see what can happen! The creative award-winning artist David Martinka created a beautiful piece of music for this program and for this we are most grateful, find his works @ www.redbellymusic.com and www.sunshadows.net and there are many wonderful options there. And we are grateful that you FOLLOW this network @ www.blogtalkradio.com/perspectivepower and CONNECT with Annette Rochelle Aben on YOU Tube, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pintrest. Of course we LOVE that you SHARE your GRATITUDE on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/perspectivepower
This episode is going to be extra special as we are excited to welcome 2 previous guests onto the show at the same time to talk about the creative process. Erich Campbell? and Kristine Shreve? will be joining us to discuss dealing with anxiety and fear, how to learn new skills, and sharing what you know and taking pride in your work.
Aaron and Terry will also bring you details on things you want to discuss. Join the conversation on our Facebook Page or join us live via the online chat below during the show.
Cathryn Hrudicka is the Chief Imagination Officer of her
company, Creative Sage. She designs innovation programs
and coaches executives and other professionals in implementing creativity,
innovation, and cultural change in their organizations. She is also a
social business strategist.
Renee Hopkins and I plan to harness Cathryn’s
energy to discuss the role of creativity in driving the innovation
process. Cathryn is a contributing author to 4 noted business books,
including "A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowd Sourcing (edited by Paul
Sloane), and three of the Age of Conversation book series. She has a
parallel career as a multidisciplinary artist — she has written 11 novels,
a poetry chapbook, worked as a journalist, composed and performed music,
and she has contributed sound design, video, film, photos and other media
to numerous multimedia projects.
“I don't know exactly where ideas come from, but when I'm working well ideas just appear. I've heard other people say similar things - so it's one of the ways I know there's help and guidance out there. It's just a matter of our figuring out how to receive the ideas or information that are waiting to be heard.” ~ Jim Henson
Everyone has the ability to create. How does the creative process work? Are there tools and techniques that can help us harness the process? How can we move the obstacles that appear to block us in this process...how do we become 'unstuck?'
Join Karen Schroeder (of Sage Healing Practices) and Tom (of Sage Words Today) as they discuss their experiences and perceptions of the creative process and how it shows up in our lives.
Tom is a metaphysical writer and channel of esoteric information. Some of his writings are found at www.sagewordstoday.com He can be reached by email at email@example.com and followed on Twitter and Facebook as Sage Words Today.
Karen Schroeder is the founder of Sage Healing Practices. Karen’s website is www.sagehealingpractices.com and there you will find her latest newsletter and blog as well as information on her practice and approach to healing. She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter as Sage Healers and Facebook as Sage Healing Practices
in Pop Culture
Emmy Award winner Robert Agnello shares his creative process from song writing, children's book writing as it relates to Project Glimmer.
This show is sponsored by Gracefully Yours Greeting cards and journals, America's favorite inspirational cards and journals.
The Secrets to Managing the Creative Process” with guest Margery Krevsky, CEO, Production Plus—The Talent Shop.
Sustained growth of many mid-sized companies is stunted by routine, loss of energy, and limited innovation. If you are wondering how to spark exciting ideas and keep them flowing while maintaining profitability and accountability, hear lessons learned in the intensely competitive world of talent agencies and production companies as Aldonna interviews Krevsky. With 56 employees and locations in Michigan, California and Illinois, this 29-year-old company generates $27 Mil/year.
Diana Scimone is a writing and creativity coach, author and social entrepreneur who has devoted her entire career to understanding and releasing the creative process in herself and in others. Diana currently resides in Orlando, Florida, where she directs her nonprofit anti-child trafficking organization called Born To Fly, writes, coaches other writers and produces a blog to help people write and publish books. Diana will be speaking at the CUBM Writer's Workshop on October 10 and 11. Today she joins John to talk about her background in writing and what she will cover during her sessions at the Writer's Workshop.
Join Sissy for an exciting interview with her guest, Bobby O'Neal, Vice President of the Memphis Songwriters Association. Bobby will share a personal testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and discuss the creative process. All of us have specially assigned spiritual gifts and when we know these gifts and step into the operative significance of these gifts we can know our special calling as children of the Most High God.
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