Really “Get” Creative, Mythbuster Number 3

Myth 3 “If only I had the time, money, space etc.” Creativity is not something that follows a time clock, flourishes after money is thrown at it, or thrives only in studios. If you’ve got a brain, you’ve got enough space. If you have time to sit on a bus or car, take a shower or sit on the toilet (bathrooms may be the most important creative thinking spaces ever!) you have the time. If all you have is lint in your pocket, then you have enough money. Being creative is about using the resources that you already have. Sure you may not have canvas and paint right now, but you may have a killer soup that you are creating on the stove. The resources around you may let you make something out of your creativity but it doesn’t make you anymore creative.

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