Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. I've been reading Dr. Maxwell Maltz's 1960 book Psycho-Cybernetics. While the book occasionally strays into the neighborhood I call "crackpottery," there is a lot of useful information. I'm not a fan of the term "self-help," but it's the term that's commonly accepted, so we'll go with that. If…
Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. I'll acknowledge up front that I'm not a sports fan. I'm not a sports fan to such an extent that I would barely know the difference between a 5-iron and a cricket bat. However, I appreciate that athletics have a lot in common with the creative arts. Success…
Now we have more music and books and movies to choose from, but we have more tools to give us certainty as consumers.
Uncertainty is hard-wired into the creative experience.
All the planning in the world can't guarantee a future outcome.
When does creative expression cross the line from an intriguing pushing of boundaries into crime?
A good idea shouldn't go to waste.
Multiple directions might, over the course of time, be an integral part of the same journey.
Too much creative control can become a kind of prison.
What are some ways you can disrupt your own life or career?