Creativity – strangely, creativity often gets put into a box. People think it means artistic or gifted.
Actually everyone is creative. And you are creating all the time.
You create new programs, articles, email responses, you inspire meetings and visions (or not).
Learning more about creativity is about adding to your toolbox new tools to be able to access new ideas, perspectives and mindsets. If you want to grow your business or your career you have to look at doing things differently than you’ve done in the past.
I have a great suggestion for how to immerse in creativity for your business and life. I’m speaking at the upcoming Creativity Weekend in Sarasota, Florida. I’m leading two workshops: Practical Creativity for Business and Doodling for Business. Sound fun, inspiring and like it would wake you up? Details for registration can be found here: Florida Creativity Weekend
by Laura West
If you are around the Greater Atlanta Area… It’s time for a Pop-up Success Conversation Café!
It’s a spontaneous opportunity for us to meet in person and connect into deep rich conversation.
It’s a great way for us to talk without being caught up in a formal meeting, hear more about what you are up to in your business and share some positive vibes!
It’s so important to surround yourself with life-enhancing relationships. I believe this is especially true for entrepreneurs. We have to protect and nurture our positivity and possibility energy.
Come on by… I’d love to talk with you!
Success Café at Atlanta Bread Company – Forum Shops
Friday, February 24
Put it on your calendar to come and fill up with some positive vibes!
9:30 am – 11:30 am
I’d love to see you!
by Laura West
I have long followed Sonia Simone from Copyblogger and her irreverent voice about marketing and entrepreneurship. Great article here from her about encouraging you to let out your unique voice…your authentic, truthful, courageous voice. The killer in a business is to blend in and do what everyone else is doing. If you were to show up fully or more fully how would you describe your voice?