Tolerating Chaos to Create

At least part of creating is a non-linear process involving the inner chaos of divergent thinking and imaginational intensity – and often the outer chaos of messy desks.

Stephen King has commented about his creative mind: “It’s as though something in there is running all the time.”

But this inner process is not easy to articulate or describe to other people.

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Visual Spatial Learners and Creativity

In her definition of visual spatial learners, Dr. Linda Silverman, who pioneered the concept, includes the quality of being a late bloomer, as well as “creatively, mechanically, emotionally, or technologically gifted.”

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Confidence and Creating

Assurance, backbone, boldness, brashness, daring – engaging in a creative endeavor takes confidence.

Large scale collaborations like movies often take years to develop, requiring intense commitment on the part of writers and directors and other filmmakers.

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Self-care and Creative Achievement

Developing our creative ideas and projects demands focus, energy and emotional balance, in addition to tools and materials.

Especially if you are a highly sensitive person, as many or most creative people are,

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