Today’s minisode we’re talking about creativity and how it can make your life better.
Creativity was a topic that came a lot throughout my interview with Eric Lee of Left Field Labs both in the workplace and in life.
I think most people either label themselves as “creative” or “not creative” but in reality, everyone is creative in their own individual way.
Creativity is one of the most important characteristics of being human. A creative mind can enrich your life, making life so much more interesting instead of going aimlessly throughout your days. Being creative doesn’t mean that you have to be an artist, maker, or creator of some sort…there are ways to be creative throughout your daily life and that’s what we’re going to cover in today’s minisode!
I share a personal example of how I’m trying to creatively approach a new way of thinking about how I spend my time and I’d love to hear your thoughts on creativity. Be sure to head on over to the Facebook group and join the conversation!
How Creativity Can Make Your Life Better and Why It’s Important
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