In this coming year, and decade, we are all going to need to embrace and accept our creativity more than ever.
In life and business, reconnecting to our power to create from within, to bring to life our unique expression, will prove to be not only valuable but essential.
Humans are extraordinarily creative but we have also lost connection to our creative powers at a collective level. An array of social beliefs has swept over us declaring that only the special are creative and that productivity not creativity is what matters.
Yet everyone is creative and creativity is how we grow individually and collectively. In the face of the challenges facing our world, reconnecting to our unique individual creativity could not be more important.
There is a path of personal growth that every entrepreneur travels.
Sometimes it is quick, sometimes it is slow. Often it is painful.
Some will fall along the way but this isn’t survival of the fittest. It isn’t the survival of those who are most prepared to grit their teeth and push, hustle and prove their worth to the world.
Entrepreneurship is for those who are prepared to get to know themselves and be brutally honest about what they see.
It is surprisingly easy to be everywhere and not really be seen by anyone.
And despite the need to be visible to reach your potential clients, you may well be simply hiding in plain sight.
Social media has become a playground where you can pretend to be visible while doing your best to keep yourself hidden.
A close look at social media feeds tells the story of entrepreneurs everywhere who waging a war between the part of themselves that wants (and needs) to be seen and the part that wants to stay safely out of sight.