Artists often create to deal with challenging emotions and thoughts. The photo is Meryl Streep in the movie Into the Woods (2014). She has said acting “has to do with working out private passions that are almost inscrutable to me. “I just get to work out all my murderous thoughts and my weaknesses and my failures […]
See list of articles: Archives for Personality Two examples: Doing Creative Work: Preparation, Performing, Perfectionism Preparation is often a crucial part of creative work, and many, if not most, creative people are highly sensitive – which can enhance this preparation. With something like twenty percent of us being highly sensitive, that means there are many per… […]
Her Facebook profile notes Cat Rose “helps creative introverts show their work and get the exposure they deserve. She does this through the League of Creative Introverts, an online community, as well as 1-2-1 mentoring and online training. “She’s currently researching the links between personality types and how we can use our self-knowledge to make the […]
What seems to be a setback, error or limitation, may often be valuable for encouraging more creative thinking and innovation.
Valerie Young writes about two “mistakes” that resulted in very successful products:
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Composer and singer Aeone (pronounced “ay-own”) thinks we “come into this life with some obvious gifts, and some not so obvious, and you unfold those as you go. “I was quite gifted with music as a child, and my mother in particular encouraged me, and I had a lot of female support.” She feels “music […]