Experiments, challenges, and habits. Habits keep you connecting to creating on a regular basis. Experiments allow you to dive into the unknown while challenges push the boundaries of what you already do. You need all three to fully engage your creative potential and beyond. There is a practical side and a woo-woo side and the grey area in between is where you find magic. The podcast explores creative mastery by delving into the practical and woo-woo through interviews, books, blogs, epiphanies and more...Go to creativehabitspodcast.com to sign up for any of the short 5-7 day challenges...
The Morning Ritual that Could Change Your Life | Abraham Hicks Morning Challenge
First this episode has no connection to Abraham Hicks...Esther Hicks isn't being interviewed, there is a segment of her talking in here but otherwise she hasn't endorsed the morning challenge...yet. :-)
I put together the idea for a 30 Day Abraham Hicks Morning Challenge because I believe that establishing that habit could be one of the best things you could do for your creative potential today and many years to come. After listening to a ton of Hicks I found a segment I think bridges the gap and helps eliminate the usual cultural filters when presented with what most people consider woo-woo.
The Abraham Hicks challenge described in the episode is easy to do and can be done alone or you can sign up for email prompts each day here:
When you do you get an email each day with ad free content to make it easier to do the challenge. After the 30 days though you will be automatically unsubscribed. This isn't about list building, getting you to buy anything or otherwise. It's simple about doing helping with the challenge and that's it.
I hope you enjoy the episode!
Not Going It Alone, Interviews & Perspectives on FHL 2019 and Content Creation
In the first part of this year I went to Funnel Hacking Live, an event put on by ClickFunnels with some excellent speakers. It was a cool experience and during it I got some interviews from fellow funnel hackers. Why should you care as a creative entrepreneur? The interviews provide an interesting perspective on content creation and connecting to an audience.
Music in podcast from Epidemic Sound (subscriber at time of publishing).
Creative Resiliency Amongst the Chaos
Perspectives on creative resiliency among the ever growing world turmoil. Check out the YouTube episode here:
Perspectives on How Van Life, Tiny Houses, Minimalism, PCT, Off-Grid Living Increases Creative Potential
This episode has some visuals to it that can be viewed by watching the YouTube video here: https://youtu.be/hn-qnR4NkYY
In this episode I explore some of the reasons for alternative lifestyles like van life and how leveraging some of those ideas in regular life increases creative potential.
Some personal reflections on my own van life along with my mother's use of "mini retirements" before she passed away.
Retirement as we know it is a myth and in some cases just part of a long con - but that's for another episode!
Current subscriber to epidemic sound which gives me use of the music.
You may also find this interesting: How Much Does It Cost You To Work: https://youtu.be/QqhmZmE1YjQ
Could Leveraging Fair Use Help to Save Us from the Creative Doldrums from Media Monopolies?
This episode looks at Fair Use from a YouTube perspective. Looking at the four golden rules of Fair Use and why YouTube may disregard them. How leveraging fair use may be a cornerstone for keeping our creativity alive as a culture and on a personal level.
Expanding Your Creative Capacity
Creative habits are awesome for structure however there is also a danger to getting stuck in a rut and being stale. That's where expanding your creative capacity comes into play as you intentionally experiment, challenge, and expand your creative spirit.
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