We all love mistakes.
Right? Well, maybe we don’t love them, but I certainly do.
Mistakes are sometimes costly and often embarrassing. Which is why I love them.
I love mistakes. I’ll proudly say that I’ve been known to watch the blooper reel of DVD’s before even watching the movie. Mistakes bring joy.
I love mistakes. I bragged about some of my recent ones in this post. Mistakes humanize us.
I love mistakes. Mistakes are a pathway to growth.
But there’s one mistake none of us can afford to make.
It has nothing to do with money and nothing to do with humiliation.
So what is it?
The biggest mistake we can make is to believe we are not creative.
Check out this small thinking…
What if great inventors like Edison, Ford and Jobs believed they were not creative?
What if great writers like Shakespeare, Fitzgerald and Twain believed they were not creative?
What if great blog post readers like you believe they are not creative…
Your pathway to a more creative life starts with believing you are creative.
- Creativity is not reserved for the ‘artsy’ type.
- Creativity is not earmarked for a privileged few.
- Creativity is not set aside for bionic, super-human brainiacs.
Creativity is for all.
You have something to offer that can change someone’s life and make the world better, more beautiful and more vibrant.
Confession Booth Question: What secret creative dream do you have trouble believing you can achieve? Leave it in the comments–it’s your first step to believing you’re creative enough to making it happen. (I’ll start us off…)