My mission on this planet is simple: I want to get you creating. Why? Because not only is creative expression one of the fastest routes to happiness and self-fulfillment, it’s how you will change the world.
Yes, I kid you not: when you feed your creative hungers, you are not just a crafter, a maker, an artist, a writer, a dancer, a musician, a filmmaker, a knitter, a cook, a gardener, or whatever—you are a Creative World-Changer.
This may seem like a radical concept to you right now, but it’s really quite elementary. Let me break it down for you—here are five specific ways in which pursuing your creative interests is a world-changing act.
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Today’s episode is an excerpt from an ebook I’m working on, all about how to unleash your innate creativity and get past what gets in the way.
Listen to the podcast for an in depth explanation, but here are the 5 reasons:
1. Creating Affects Your Mood, Which Affects Everything
2. Creating Models for Others that They Can Create, Too
3. Creating Restores Your Energy
4. Your Creative Work Could Extend—or Even Save—Your Life
5. Sharing What You Create Touches People
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Resources Mentioned in this Episode
They Played for Their Lives, documentary film
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