Creative Suffocation & How to Breathe Again

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Trust Yourself That You Can Protect Your Ideas

The first step to letting your creative ideas swim out of you is to know you won’t let them drown away. Build trust in yourself, not just in others. You need to believe that you can protect your ideas through reasoning, or a fight if need (ever) be. You need to tell yourself that you can stand by your skills, no matter what they are, or how bad or good they are.

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Know How Much You Can Give Away

Being in control of things is a sign of a strong human being. This means sharing just enough, and developing on it when everything is certain, and knowing when to present your creative demeanor.

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Take The Opportunity And Rise To The Occasion

If you have a good chance to display your creative expression, then do so. Don’t hide behind the curtain. Don’t pretend you can’t rise to the occasion, because you can. Take the opportunity, no matter if it is more challenging than you can handle, try it at least. Encourage yourself to hike the mountain of self belief and stage your theatre, pen down your book, or draw your imagination. The only thing to be cautious about is to judge whether or not the opportunity is genuine and lucrative.

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