Do not wait until New Year's Day to make your resolution to express your creativity fully. In fact, do not wait to act on those creative impulses you can not deny. It's time to get radical about your dreams. Let motivational speaker and bestselling author, Lisa Nichols, tell you about it.
And if you don't think you can bring out your gift to the world that you are responsible for birthing, I'll bet Lisa can change your mind! Watch this video and get ready for your breakthrough.
You've got the creativity, but what about your personal development? "Work harder on yourself than you do on your job ... Make yourself more valuable to the marketplace," says motivational speaker Jim Rohn. Then things will change for you in your life, things will get better for you, including your income.
When legendary poetess Nikki Giovanni spoke at the Free Library of Philadelphia in 2007, she gave this advice for writer's block: write naked. She said, in your room where you normally write, sit in the chair naked. You are going to feel something. You will feel cold or hot or vulnerable to your own imagination ... Then write the words you feel. And in case you think this advice is too risque, I ask: do you want to break through your writer's block or not?
Because things going on in a creative person’s life can influence creativity and enjoyment, I included a video in this post which takes a different approach to helping you. The emphasis in this video by motivational speaker Lisa Nichols is relationships. This is good stuff. I promise you!
Jack Canfield, author of The Success Principles, explains how to accelerate your end result in this video. Next year at this time, wouldn't you be happy to say, "I really got some things done in the last year!"