Cynthia Morris is a teacher, creativity coach and author. She says, “It’s my life’s work to help others navigate their creative journeys.”
In her article Ways to Take A Creative Leap, she asks “If you were leaping off from where you are now, what would your Creative Leap look like? It may be taking up a new art form or learning a new language.
“It may be buffing up your resume and quitting your job, or taking steps to launch that new business you’ve been dreaming about.”
Here is more from her article:
Get Some New Shoes or Boots — This may seem like an odd way to take a creative leap, but there are many among you who know the power of a good pair of kickums. After my 2006 Paris tour, I realized that I needed to treat myself with some boots. … So, after my tour ended, with a couple hundred euro in cash that needed to be spent, I hit the Boulevard Saint Germain. It took awhile, but I was determined. I finally found my boots. …
When I wear them, I strut. I am a woman who earned these expensive boots. I am a woman who knew what she wanted and went for it. People comment on them all the time. I never spend that much money on clothing, but this creative leap was well worth it.
Start an Automated Savings Account. — The biggest excuse or reason for not taking a leap is lack of money.
Continued: Ways to Take A Creative Leap