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Steps to Finding Your Creativity

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Choose a Creative Field: Before anything else, you must know what you want to create. It could be art, music, writing, programming, or any other field that requires creativity.

Research: Learn as much as possible about that field. This will give you a foundation to build your unique creations.

Expose Yourself to Creativity: Surround yourself with creative work from various fields. This can involve reading, visiting museums, listening to music, or watching films.

Find Your Niche: Find a unique angle, style or theme that interests you. Your niche is what differentiates your work from others.

Start Creating: Create something, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem. Creativity is like a muscle that needs to be exercised.

Experiment: Don’t be afraid to try new things. It might not always work, but you would have learned something, which is always progress.

Get Feedback: Share your work with others and be ready for criticism. Feedback can help you improve your work.

Reflect: Think about your work and what you want to express. Self-reflection can often lead to profound insights that boost creativity.

Keep Learning: Never stop learning. The more you know, the larger your creative palette will be.

Practice Regularly: Creativity is a skill that needs to be practiced regularly. This ensures that you keep improving. Remember Jerry Seinfeld’s “break the chain” concept? He ensured that he wrote every day to keep in the habit.

Stay Inspired: Find ways to stay inspired. This could be reading books, going to exhibits, or exploring nature.

Collaborate: Collaboration can help boost creativity. By collaborating, you can pick up new ideas or ways of working that you had not considered before.

Be Patient: Creativity cannot be forced. Some days, you’ll create something great. Some days, you won’t. Embrace the process, and don’t rush. This is possibly the most important thing to remember.

Overcome Fear of Failure: Do not let the fear of making mistakes or failure hinder your creativity. Often, our best work comes after a series of failed attempts.

Break the Rules: Don’t feel you have to stick to the rules. Sometimes, pushing boundaries and thinking outside the box can lead to the most creative ideas.

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