Post published by Susan K Perry Ph.D. on Apr 25, 2015 in Creating in Flow
I include myself when I say that we often rationalize in order to put off the creative work we value. Is it possible that some of the following myths are the basis for your own procrastination?
1. I need big chunks of time to be creative. All you really need is a few minutes a day devoted to whatever your dream is. (Sure, bigger chunks are wonderful, but little chunks, regularly, do add up.)
2. I need certain conditions to feel inspired. Inspiration can happen anywhere and anytime, but you have to be flexible about setting up your creative environment. Turn off the phone, tell your family this is your recharging time.
3. If no one believes in my ability, I should give up. Only you have to believe in yourself, and only you know how much of your life you’re willing to devote to your dream. Be very careful who you ask to judge you.
Post published by Susan K Perry Ph.D. on Apr 25, 2015 in Creating in Flow I include myself when I say that we often rati...