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At Least Three Tips to Liberate Your Creativity

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Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching has liberated the creativity of thousands of people experiencing blocks. Here are a few ways how it does that, with the art and humor of Jill Badonsky.
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  • 1. At least three tips to liberate your Download for transitions and animations
  • 2. Brought to you by:
  • 3. and Jill Badonsky
  • 4. There is something inside you, that is greater than any obstacle.
  • 5. any obstacle
  • 6. any obstacle There’s one now… sigh.
  • 7. any obstacle When you feel stuck
  • 8. Speak to yourself from this place of power any obstacle
  • 9. any obstacle So what, I’ll do it anyway.
  • 10. I can do this.
  • 11. I can’t wait to see what I create.
  • 12. Nice!
  • 13. To be engaged in any creative process
  • 14. is to be engaged in one of the most radically wonderful things we can do while on the planet.
  • 15. Whether it is to paint a picture,
  • 16. write a heart-felt poem
  • 17. or say something funny
  • 18. Creativity is a dance with our divinity because we are bringing something new into creation
  • 19. Creativity is a dance with our divinity because we are bringing something new into creation
  • 20. or we are modifying something in existence to be more of who WE are.
  • 21. This includes creating beauty or making something that evokes emotion,
  • 22. creating change in our lives
  • 23. creating solutions to all the puzzles life gives us everyday in relationships and at work
  • 24. or in liberating our ability to be authentically ourselves
  • 25. If you get stuck trying to be creative, all you really need to know : is the
  • 26. next
  • 27. small
  • 28. step
  • 29. How you think about the next small step
  • 30. will determine
  • 31. how inspired you feel
  • 32. your enjoyment of the process,
  • 33. your confidence in yourself
  • 34. and your willingness to come back to it
  • 35. over and over.
  • 36. And over
  • 37. If you
  • 38. Or compare yourself to others
  • 39. Or tell yourself you’re not good enough,
  • 40. And ruthlessly expect perfection,
  • 41. Still not good enough
  • 42. or otherwise beat yourself up
  • 43. You will procrastinate.
  • 44. And allow yourself to become distracted.
  • 45. Shiny things!
  • 46. You will resist getting started or be cranky because you’re getting in your own way and aren’t answering your creative CALL.
  • 47. which, when answered is, as mentioned above, radically wonderful.
  • 48. which, when answered is, as mentioned above, radically wonderful.
  • 49. If you believe your fears about the creative process, you may not even start at all zzzzzzzzz
  • 50. – or you’ll quit soon after you begin.
  • 51. All these things are common so don’t think you’re alone if they sound familiar.
  • 52. As well as these things: It’s already been done I can’t find the time. I don’t know where to start I’m not good enough I don’t know what I’m doing.
  • 53. But trust this:
  • 54. You have creative aspects within you that when activated
  • 55. You have creative aspects within you that when activated
  • 56. will cancel your subscription to the voices that blather away your creative delight.
  • 57. Blather Blather Blather
  • 58. Blather Blather Blather
  • 59. These creative aspects within you, awaken when you ask certain questions.
  • 60. ????
  • 61. I want to share two of those questions with you,
  • 62. although there are many more.
  • 63. These questions are going to seem kind of obvious but you would be SURPRISED how many people ask the opposite questions:
  • 64. • How can I put pressure on myself? • How can I make this more difficult?
  • 65. Those are the opposite questions.
  • 66. Don’t ask those questions unless you want to further block yourself.
  • 67. The questions you want to ask RIGHT NOW are:
  • 68. How can I make what I’m doing more fun?
  • 69. How can I make what I’m doing more fun?
  • 70. And
  • 71. How can I make this easier?
  • 72. You don’t need immediate answers to these questions, although you may have one.
  • 73. or two.
  • 74. or seventy-two.
  • 75. Your subconscious will be working on answers to these questions if you ask them without putting a lot of pressure on yourself.
  • 76. and after a while
  • 77. you may notice that things begin to effortlessly become easier and
  • 78. Which means you’ll be more likely to want to show up again
  • 79. and again
  • 80. AND again and again and again and again and again and again and again
  • 81. to this radically wonderful thing called creativity
  • 82. Which means you’ll get good at it, you’ll finish things, and most importantly, you’ll enjoy it even more.
  • 83. BONUS You get one more creativity tool because you hung in there this long.
  • 84. When there is something creative you want to do, consider saying this:
  • 85. I GET to do this
  • 86. Instead of
  • 87. I HAVE to do this
  • 88. I HAVE to do this A lot of people say that, and it drags their energy down
  • 89. I GET to do this Saying this creates more energy, eagerness, AND follow-through.
  • 90. I GET to ________ (fill in the blank). Try it!
  • 91. Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching is full of these kinds of tools. They have liberated thousands of people’s stuck creativity.
  • 92. Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching is full of these kinds of tools. They have liberated thousands of people’s stuck creativity.
  • 93. For more about that, shoot over to www.kaizenmuse.com
  • 94. www.kaizenmuse.com
  • 95. www.kaizenmuse.com
  • 96. Or email info@themuseisin.com
  • 97. See ya, Jill Badonsky
  • 98. Written and illustrated by Jill Badonsky
  • 99. Written and illustrated by Jill Badonsky
  • 100. Written and illustrated by Jill Badonsky Founder of Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching Certification Program She can train you to be a KMCC coach. www.kaizenmuse.com
  • 101. . www.kaizenmuse.com © 2015 Jill Badonsky
  • 102. bye
  • 103. bye
  • 104. bye
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