Rhythm and momentum are everywhere and in everything. As conscious human beings we can harness and use this rhythm and momentum to our favour and benefit or not, we have a choice. But many of us don’t consciously exercise that choice, and then when unfavourable results show up we blame our genetics or our environment or the government.
Purposeful Accident This whole idea of purposeful accident has really got a hold of me. I read about it recently in this article on The Creativity Post and the concept, although familiar to me, gave my already brewing ides a foundation. Well, maybe not a foundation, but rather a hook. The foundation for everything I’ve […]
The creative mindset is a moving, expanding and contracting thing. It needs total peace and quiet with no distractions to make itself known, yet it needs fuel to grow. So we move in and out of this space. Create in the quiet, get inspired in the noise. The quiet is vital to me, even though it can be difficult to find at times working from home.
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Most mornings I don’t know what to write about. This morning is one of those. I have a few ideas in my head jostling for position so the plan here is to just write and see where my mind and hands take me. Generally, I like to have the bones of a plan to work to, but sometimes it’s best to have a broad idea and just go with the flow.
Anything worth doing is worth doing right – I’m on board with that. Ever since I was a kid apprentice and I heard it first from one of the older blokes who were still on the tools, it has stuck with me. I reckon I have a good work ethic, in fact I know I do, and so it resonated with what I already felt I suppose.
I’ve worked in the construction industry for most of my adult life, since I was 15 actually. And for a long time, it put money in my pocket. I’m grateful for that. I’m also grateful for what working in this business has taught me, and it has taught me plenty. But it’s a toxic game to operate in and everyone I speak to in the construction industry agrees with me.
If you want to know how to improve creativity in your work, you’ll be glad to know there are literally an infinity of ways you can do it. I think it’s better to consider the process as allowing creativity to do its work, rather that finding a way to improve creativity. Creativity is not something you can improve, it simply is.