Creativity is freedom. But it’s not free. Because you gotta work at it. I just read an article that said the world’s most desired job skill is…drum roll please…creativity. But the problem is most people think of it as being able to draw or paint or compose music. And that’s just a fraction of what it is or can be.
So, that’s why I say creativity is freedom.
And it’s also the answer to many (if not most) of life’s challenges. A couple of interesting world changers, Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs, attributed a lot of their problem-solving abilities to procrastination. I talked about that recently. Read it here.
Einstein loved to float around in his sailboat and think. One story I read said he was even arrested one time for wandering around a beach. I guess they thought he was a crazy vagrant. But he just allowed himself to get lost in thoughts.
Steve Jobs said he relied on procrastination to help him jot down ideas. And doodle. And I guess one of those doodles turned into a little product you might remember. The iPod.
Yeah, no matter what kind of business you run (or would like to run) you’ll have problems to solve. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that. Right?
In fact, I can’t think of any kind of business where creativity isn’t a benefit.
A friend of mine told me how his auto mechanic had to come up with a creative solution to fix a part on his classic pickup because he couldn’t find the right replacement part anywhere. And an accountant I know told me how he’s always looking for new (aka creative) ways to save his clients money.
You’ve probably had to figure out a creative presentation for your sales at some time or another. Or your marketing. Or lots of other working parts in your business. And you probably didn’t take a painting or knitting class to help you figure it out. Right?
So, maybe you already realize how creativity is freedom. But maybe you still don’t believe you have any time in your life to procrastinate and doodle and float around in a sailboat. And maybe you don’t.
But when you set your business up with the right system, you might be amazed at how much more “in control” you’ll feel. And you might get to your “sailboat” or “doodles” sooner than you imagined.
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