Stop navigating and float in good company

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

As adults, I think we are pressured to always be on-track, be clear, have direction. Of course, these things are necessary and usually helpful—but I also think, at times, they can hinder us creatively.

Fortunately, we all know people who are far more creative in the areas we might not be.

I’m creative with communicating ideas.

But when it comes to bringing visuals to life—not so much.

When I told Elizabeth Sawinski ( my realization from the highway in East Tennessee, I knew she’d be able to give it wings. It was freeing to say, “I have no idea where I’m going with this, but I want this idea to look like something. What do you think?”

If it were driven purely by my direction, this creative outcome never would have happened.

When was the last time you said, “Here’s my idea…” and just let it float in the capable hands of someone you trust?

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