The concept of, ‘so much to do and so little time!’ is like a societal mantra. And ‘busy, busy, BUSY’ is often perceived as one very, very attractive quality that validates our sheer significance. But busyness kills creativity. I learnt the above this week. I needed to create three concepts for an event and was beyond
Stuck in a rut? Vision board yourself out of it. I’ve never felt tempted by tricks in the ‘manifesting’ tool box and this includes vision boards. It’s often described as a place to freely imagine and express everything you want to be, do and have. But, I don’t live life in the ‘planning lane’. Five-year plan?
that will no doubt fail. I learned the first line from Sister Corita Kent and the second from Seth Godin. I like it when words sellotape themselves to you like your mind is a walking notice board; they somehow know they’ll be of some use to you later in life.Removing the threat of failure is a
and need to act in spite of how we feel. How many times have you Tried something once Discovered that you suck at it Then wrote it off On the podcast, I spoke to Amy Shipway about our reluctance to practice something in order to get better at it. Or should I say, my reluctance?
…we don’t know how to fail. According to Author Ozan Varol, we’re raising a new generation that does’t know to fail. #OzanVarol says that, genetically, we are wired to fear failure. Centuries ago, failure meant getting guzzled alive. The ancestors who weren’t afraid of failing didn’t€™t live long enough to pass on their genes to offspring. Apparently, we