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Unlocking Your Creativity; Thriving in Non-Creative Roles

Updated: Apr 26

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Creativity is often perceived as a rare gift reserved for artists or inventors, leading many to believe they lack this innate talent. However, creativity is not a fixed trait; it's a skill that can be nurtured and developed by anyone. Today, I want to share insights on how you can unlock your creative potential, even if you've never considered yourself a creative person.

Living in color and embracing the joy of creativity can bring vibrancy and excitement to your life. It's okay to think differently, be different, and be a little silly. Creativity thrives in an environment of freedom and playfulness, so don't be afraid to let your imagination run wild.

One of the key elements of nurturing creativity is curiosity. Ask yourself questions like, "What if?" and "Why not?" Explore new ideas, try new things, and don't fear failure. Creativity blossoms through experimentation and learning from mistakes. Remember, every great idea starts with a simple thought.

"Creativity is intelligence having fun." - Albert Einstein

Singing in a meeting
Take, for example, a situation where I, a seasoned singer, found myself leading an impromptu meeting due to a last-minute cancellation. Leveraging my vocal techniques, I engaged everyone in the room to make silly noises, practice deep breathing, and even sing 'Row, Row, Row Your Boat.' This unconventional approach not only broke the ice but also demonstrated the effectiveness of creativity in fostering collaboration and engagement.
Incorporating creativity into your non-creative role can be a game-changer. Here are some fun tips to help you do just that:
1. Think Like a Kid: Remember how you used to see the world when you were a child? Embrace that curiosity and wonder in your work. Ask "Why?" and "What if?" like a curious kid.
2. Doodle Away: Doodling isn't just for kids in school. It can help spark creativity and generate new ideas. So, grab a pen and paper and start doodling during your meetings or brainstorming sessions.

3. Mix Things Up: Change your routine or workspace to keep things fresh. A change of scenery can often lead to new ideas and perspectives.
4. Play Pretend: Imagine you're someone else doing your job. How would they approach things differently? This exercise can help you see things from a new angle.
5. Use Props: Bring in objects or props that inspire you or represent your ideas. Having physical objects around can help stimulate your creativity.
6. Take a Creative Break: Step away from your desk and engage in a creative activity, like drawing, painting, or crafting. It can help refresh your mind and spark new ideas.
7. Create a Creative Challenge: Set a fun challenge for yourself, like coming up with 10 new ideas every day. It can help keep your creative juices flowing.

Embracing your creativity can transform your work and life. So, don't be afraid to live in color, embrace your creative you, and let your imagination soar! Remember, unlocking your creativity is your key to having fun in mundance spaces!


Author Bio: Cherie Harris is a seasoned life coach with a proven track record of helping women unlock their full potential and achieve their goals. With a deep-rooted belief in the transformative power of intentional living, Cherie empowers her clients to make deliberate choices that lead to lasting success and fulfillment. Connect with her on LinkedIn for valuable insights and join a community dedicated to living with purpose and passion. To book a complimentary session with Coach Cherie click here.


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