Now we know you don’t have to be an artist, an actor, a singer or a writer to Imaginate and be creative. We all have unlimited creative potential which is handy because once we feel the shift we’ll use it to continue discovering ourselves and launch Part II of our lives.
Creativity is like a muscle, the more it’s worked the better it gets, the more we trust our abilities and the greater belief we have in our potential to create….anything we can imagine. With creativity we can transform the obstacles in our lives.
“Anyone who thinks the sky is the limit, has limited imagination.” – Anonymous
reACTION [to change in the response to stimulus]: Day 17– Keep workin’ it
Here’s another standard creativity exercise. If you regularly do crossword puzzles or Sudoku or play scrabble try throwing these in for fun.
Brainstorm different ways to use a common tool (like a hammer or a screwdriver), every day object (potato masher, spatula, pen) or the contents of your recycle bin (piece of paper, egg carton, paper bag). Impose a 5 minute time limit it heightens the fun and turns it into a game!
Here are 5 of the most commonly used creativity challenges.