Creativity is essential for any profession (whether you’re working for yourself or someone else) or even pastime (perhaps with the exception of TV-watching). It’s a major contributor to one’s success. But sometimes people simply get stumped. The ideas stop flowing, and the well becomes empty. For most of us, a creative drought isn’t just frustrating, it’s demoralizing.
In her book, 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women, author Gail McMeekin writes: “We know we are creative beings. Yet we are also very aware that sometimes our creativity stalls, plays tricks on us, or appears to have vanished completely.”
In her book, McMeekin provides readers with a variety of activities to help boost their creativity. Here are some ideas from her book to get you started, inspired and on your way to never experiencing a dry spell again.
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