I’m in a super creative mood today. I could relate to most of these. How about you?

“Seeing the intersection of seemingly unrelated topics and combining them into something new.” — Brian Clark

“Starting with nothing and ending up with something. Interpretin something you saw or experienced and processing it so it comes out different than how it went in.” — Henry Rollins

“Building universes out of nothing.” — Danny Sullivan

“Tapping into your soul and your intuition and allowing them to guide what you make.” — Bernadette Jiwa

“Giving the world something it didn’t know it was missing.” — Daniel Pink

“Going to unexpected places.” — Shane Snow

“Living in possibility and abundance rather than limitation and scarcity.” — CJ Lyons

“To me, creativityis seeing and communicating ideas in ways that are unique, compelling, and unexpected.” — Lee Odden

“One part inspiration, one part motivation.” — Ann Handley

“The strange partnership between a human being’s labor and the mystery of inspiration.” — Elizabeth Gilbert

“Seeing something that doesn’t exist and then making it so.” — Hugh Howey

“The ability to connect the seemingly unconnected and meld existing knowledge into new insight about some element of how the world works. That’s practical creativity. Then there’s moral creativity: to apply that skill towards some kind of wisdom on how the world ought to work.” — Maria Popova

“Just making something. It might be something crummy or awkward or not ready for prime time. If you make something, you are creative.” –Sonia Simone

“Taking what’s in front of you and everybody else and making something new out of it.” — Austin Kleon

“Creativity brings good things in the world that otherwise would not exist. It’s a noble act of pushing back darkness and giving hope to despair.” — Jeff Goins

“Creativity is expressing your ideas in a full-contact, full-color way. It is using as many senses as possible to express an idea. It is the zone from which great, useful things are created.” — Pam Slim

“Seeing patterns that others don’t and effectively communicating them.” –David Meerman Scott

“Copying smarter.” — Lisa Barone

“This might not work.” — Seth Godin



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