With Jill Badonsky, MEd
There are Muses everywhere. In the characters we love in books, in movies; real people in the news, in magazines, and right next door. These Muses inspire us when we pay attention to their stories and with this inspiration we can learn to stir our own magnificence.
This series exposes you to stories filled with the inspiration of everyday Muses. In Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching™ we believe that stories bring concepts alive. Lists of how-to's, theory, and advice only go so far in motivating our understanding about the creative process; eyes glaze over with concept-overload, and how-to lists add to overwhelm. But in stories, ahhh, that's where we see how creative techniques are lived in real life. We see and understand the creative success of actions inspired by grace, ingenuity and courage.
Ya know how some people say, "I'm SO not creative," or "I don't have a creative bone in my body"? This is what is happening in their under-used creative minds...
Staying true to your idea may or may not result in a commercial success, but the simple act of staying true to yourself IS success.
The modern day Muse, Aha-phrodite teaches us to pay attention in all the myriad forms to obscure places where we might not expect creative inspiration to reside. Like in sitcoms.
The Pleasantly Plump Lady And The See-Saw.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on making stuff up; Modern Muse Albert; reframing and imagining more "what if?" in your creative life.
Noomi Rapace in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Acting As If, Reframing, Audacity and Albert Muses.
Four solutions that work for many who are paralyzed by perfectionism and fear in the creative process.
Why is creativity both so electrifyingly appealing and so difficult to comply with?