Category Archives: Creativity

Better Than Perfect

I often operate under a counterproductive assumption that: if a result isn’t perfect, then it’s sort of pointless. (But I don’t want my effort to be pointless! I gotta strive for perfection!) Yet applying this premise to daily endeavors only brings … Continue reading

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Passion is NOT a requirement for beginners

Have you noticed that conventional advice for “becoming an artist” tries to scare off the amateurs? For instance, Demian of CopyBlogger writes: “[If you … could live a life without writing then don’t pursue a writing career.] …You simply don’t … Continue reading

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On Creativity: Response to a popular article, Part 1

Last week a fellow crafter shared a Huffington Post article, “18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently“, that was received very well by the internets. And I can see why – the article aims to accomplish good things: to provide a … Continue reading

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