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Creativity Workshop: Life Motivation: How To Get Inspired & Motivated For Life

teacher avatar Tatiana Ambrose, Helping You To Be Creative & Productive

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7 Lessons (44m)
    • 1. Get Motivated For Life To Boost Your Creativity Introduction

    • 2. Find Your Motivation For Life and Stay Creatively Inspired

    • 3. Using relationships To Motivate Your Creativity

    • 4. Be More Productive Part 1

    • 5. Be More Productive Part 2

    • 6. Life Motivation Killer: Doubt

    • 7. Continue Learning With Me

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About This Class

Do you feel creatively stuck? Creatively uninspired? Not sure where to find the motivation for life?

Then this is the perfect class for anyone who is interested in creativity and for those wanting more motivation for life. When you have the motivation and creativity on your side you are pretty much unstoppable simply because life is FUN.

Creativity and motivation go hand in hand. When there is a lack of creativity in your life you feel creatively stuck, creatively blocked and just uninspired. Without motivation for life you don't have energy and tend to procrastinate and life isn't enjoyable. You may even let anxiety and depression creep in. 

This creativity class is meant to awaken and help you find your motivation for life so you can continue living life to the fullest. When you enjoy and love your life---everything is in balance and that is how you should be living life every day. No matter how much the world changes as you continue to grow you should always be able to have motivation for life.

If you are ready to find your motivation go ahead and enroll in this class and let's start!


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Tatiana Ambrose

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1. Get Motivated For Life To Boost Your Creativity Introduction: Hi there. Welcome to this class on how to find your motivation for life. If you feel stuck uninspired or even thinking this, this is my life. Then this is gonna be the perfect class for you. My name is Tatiana Ambrose and I will be your teacher. As we go through this class and uncover your motivation for life. There are so many things in life that can kill your motivation. And sometimes we allow it as we let weeks, months, and even years passed by. On occasion, we might think back to our younger years on what we wanted to do, what we wanted to accomplish. And then we come back to reality and just continue on. Does this sound like a person who was motivated? Who was energized by life? No. No, it does not. This sounds like someone who had dreams who had goals and then let it all go. And now it's just going through the motions. This is not a way to live life. This is not why you are on this earth. You need to discover you. You need to find your motivation in life. So if you could relate to anything that I just said then this is gonna be the class for you . Go ahead and roll today and let's get started. 2. Find Your Motivation For Life and Stay Creatively Inspired: Welcome. Welcome into this class on how to get motivated for life. Find your life motivation. Now, as we go throughout this class, I do prefer that you have a pen and paper in front of you to write down your answers right down anything that comes to your mind As we go through this class, feel free to pause whenever you need to, so let's get right into it. So the first thing to find your motivation for life is to evaluate your life. Are you happy with how things are? If the answer is no, I have a few things that I want to change. Write this down. If you could change whatever you're not happy with, what would it be? Once you have written that down, what can you do to start crossing those things off your list that don't make you happy and move towards the happiness that you envision for yourself in your life? The second thing that I want to talk about is that when it comes to finding your life motivation, sometimes it's not all about the push, push, push, get pumped up. Motivation. It's about having you time and you doing what you enjoy led all distress and any other negative emotion. Go while you get lost in you time. So I want you to think about and write down at least three things that you love to do that you get lost in that it's part of you time for me. It's watching a movie. For others, it could be reading a book. And with these two things, you are going to be fully focused in what you're doing right, because when you're watching a movie, you're paying attention. When you're reading a book you're reading. But you're visualizing what is happening. You're not thinking about anything else now. Some things that you may not fully be focused into may include something like painting your toes, straightening your hair. Yes, you're doing something, but your mind tends to wander and then you end up talking to yourself and this really, to me personally, is not you. Time you time does not revolve around thinking off what is going on in your life. It is about being fully focused on what ever you are doing. That is you time. Now for the third part, let's talk about the motivation killer. So what kills Your motivation for life is routine. A routine you don't love. So think about that for a second. What is a routine that you don't love? For whatever reason, it could be work related. It could be personal. What is a routine that you don't love? For me, it was my dead and job I put in three years into the job. And the raises were not great. The environment was definitely not a good type of mental environment, A lot of stress involved in this job. And Monday through Saturday I got into this dead end job work routine that did not fulfill me. That did not make me happy. To be quite honest, I was miserable at some points. And yes, I did end up coming home on most nights, sitting down and thinking this This is my life getting up, going to a job I don't love coming home. Go on a bed Repeating Is this what I want my life to be? The moment that I decided? No, I did not want this job. I did not want this life. I had to break the routine and that is exactly what I did. So once you have pinpointed. What is that routine that is killing your motivation for life? Think about what you can do to change it. How can you start taking a path away from this routine, but is going to give you more fulfillment? More motivation, more inspiration in your life? Because let me tell you what. When you find what you love and you start doing what you love, that routine turns your life into a playground, and that is exactly what I want you to start. Going towards the fourth aspect is to simplify. Don't let the gray areas in your life cause you anxiety and stress, no matter who you are, we don't know what's gonna come next. We don't know how much longer we're gonna live. There is a lot of things we don't know, but that is what makes it enjoyable. And that is the reason why you should be living a life that you enjoy a life that is filled with inspiration, motivation that gets you excited, the areas that are gray in your life, whether it's a relationship, whether it's your job, no matter what aspect of your life that has a great area in it. Don't let it affect you negatively, because the worst thing that can happen is it's a lesson learned, and that is not a bad thing. Life is not about being perfect. Having everything be black and white. The gray areas help you grow. Help you learn, give you experience. Build your confidence. All of those things are in the gray areas, so enjoy life. And don't let the gray areas have so much negative control over you. And if that gray area does have a lot of control over you, I want you to write it down and then brainstormed on how you can simplify it. So say it's a relationship, a complicated on and off relationship. How can you simplify it? Is this relationship going to be something that is going to give you motivation, inspiration in your life? Or is this relationship just adding a burden in your life? I want you to simplify. Most of the things we worry about are not that big of deal, how much time we spend stressing over it, thinking about it when instead we could be enjoying life and the last thing I want to talk about when it comes to finding your motivation for life is that you need to be happy and content with you before anything can change. So you probably have some notes written down. You're looking them over. Now take a look at yourself. What aspects of yourself do you want to improve? Do you want to change, write those down and then work towards those goals? So if it's seeing more positive in a person over picking up flaws in the people that you meet, write that down and start working towards that goal. And if you wrote something down and you don't know how to move towards that goal, look at your resource is you have videos, audio books, e books, paperback books you have all these different resource is at your fingertips, so if you don't know how to do something and you want to make a change in your life, find out how to do that. But you need to really evaluate yourself. Be comfortable and content with who you are as a person. Instead of always looking at yourself picking up flaws. We all have them. No one is perfect, and the moment that you become content with yourself, start working towards the person that you know you were born to be. Everything will start to fall into place like how it's supposed to. You will get the motivation and the inspiration in your life that you were looking for and wanting. So don't write down the things that you're not happy about yourself. No, no, For this last part, I want you to Onley write down the things that you wanna work towards to improve yourself, to be a better you a better version of yourself. Hopefully, this class has given you a little bit more insight into how to find the motivation in your life how to get excited about life instead of going through that dull routine over and over day after day, weeks after weeks. I mean, the job that I was in my dead end job that I was in, I got it two months after I graduated college. And it was two years in when I started realizing this is not what I want the rest of my life to be. The job was no longer fulfilling me and who I waas in the beginning. It was great. I learned so much stuff and I am grateful for that. But at the end, the day I learned what I needed and then I had to move on. Change is always good. The moment that you feel comfortable, you stop growing. You stopped learning. You stop being curious about life. And that is when you start losing your inspiration. Motivation for life. I really hope you enjoyed this glass. If you have any further questions or comments, simply leave him in the discussion area. Thank you so much for sharing your time with me in this class. 3. Using relationships To Motivate Your Creativity: Hi there. In this class, when I referred to relationships, I am talking about your main relationships in your life, whether it's one with your siblings, your parents, your spouse, or even your best front. This class applies to your very close relationship or relationships. First thing of how a relationship helps your creativity is that the person understands you, he or she knows your quirks, your likes, your spasming this, and isn't surprised by what you can do creatively. This understanding of you is not only reassurance that you are a great person, but having a close relationship puts you at ease. This feeling of E's should allow you to focus on your creativity and reassure you that you don't have a thing to worry about. Having a close relationship. Someone that you talk to on a daily or regular basis means not only does that person understand you, but they don't mind talking to you. In which case brings about number two, you are each other's cheerleaders. Are you doubting yourself or your latest creative project, expressing your doubts and you will most likely be reassured you were doing the right thing. The person, you have a very good relationship with, having a close relationship of understanding each other with a great support system may seem like you are almost twins. But this is where a number three comes in. In a close relationship. You can teach each other new things. There's a good chance that you are not with us person 247 from the time you get up to the time you go to bed. So each of you will be sharing your day and experiences. Even less injury you learned the hard way. New experiences, even the ones you personally didn't encounter are great for creativity boost, especially if you can incorporate a certain aspect of the experience into your creative project. Now point number four of how close relationships can help you with your creativity is just like they will be your personal cheerleader and cheer you on. They will also look out for you. If something doesn't make sense or it isn't an idea that's fully developed yet. You will hear about it because they want the best for you and look out for you, even though this list can go on and on. The last key point of how close relationships can boost your creativity is the fact that if this is a true relationship, you guys have gone through the bad and the good together. Because that's how you get to build upon the relationship and grow to understand each other better. The good and the bad of your relationship can be used in your creative projects later on or as a starter for your creative inspiration. So now that we have gone through the main points and look closer at how to increase our creativity by using the people we have a close relationship with. Let's take it to the next section of the class, which is exercises utilizing all of the five points I just mentioned. So number one, for your creative inspiration. The first of a close relationship is they understand you. So what I want you to do is identify what creative project you are going to be working on. And then ask the other person what they think you would say or write about. This exercise will show you just how well the other person really knows you understand you, and we'll give you helpful insight on the topic that you're creative project is on. For exercise. Number two, it has to deal with your doubt, frustration, or stress when you are working or in your creative zone. These feelings happen more than we all want to admit. Because for some reason we tried to achieve our vision of perfection, which as you should know by now, it doesn't exist. There is no such thing as perfect. But maybe with the stress aspect, you are stressed because you have a deadline to meet for your creative project. This exercise covers point number two, your personal relationship acts as your personal cheerleader. So when you do get stressed, start doubting yourself or get frustrated. I want you to visualize what your friend, family, or significant other would say to encourage you during your week creative moments. For some, this might be easier said than done. So there are two alternatives I wanna go over. First is you can start writing any and all of the compliments down that you receive from your close relationship person that make you feel good, confident, and even great about your creativity and give you that motivational push. So when you are at a low point, simply open your journal. Yes, you can even use the front and back of your creativity journal to write all of these positives down. In. The other thing you can do is instead of a journal, you can write these on post-it notes and put it on your mirror, your door, or even in a big picture frame, similar to what you would do with affirmations. The end goal is to counter your negative thoughts and feelings during your creativity with positives. So you continue to push past the negatives and continue on your creative path. The third we covered was teaching each other new things. This exercise is all about curiosity. All you simply have to do is ask if your friend, partner, family member learned anything new today. If not, what are they good at? Can you take some lessons to dabble in this new skill and then write about what you learned today from that experience. If you to get into a routine of not having a routine or learning something new every day than this exercise will always be able to provide you with new information and inspiration for your next creative project. For me personally and my significant other. He always gets news updates sent to his phone. So I know I'm going to learn something new when he starts a conversation with did you hear about blank or did you see the video about Blank? Yes. It can be as simple as daily reading to be able to learn something new and use it to your creative advantage. Point number four was when you are in a close relationship, you will look out for each other. For this exercise. I want you to think back on the last time this person that you are in a close relationship with looked out for you. I want you to explain the scenario with only feelings to kick-start your creativity by thinking from a different viewpoint. My example would be like this. Me excited yet hesitant, my significant other approval but cautious. Me thinking in silence. My significant other still cautious me excited. My significant other approval. What I just shared with you was a memory from when I run my ideas by my significant other, which actually happens quite often. I would say probably at least once a day if not more, because I have so many different ideas going through my head. And he is really good at asking questions and thinking of the what if situations that I may have missed. Now once you complete this exercise, I'm going to push you a little bit further. Can you take one of the emotions from the exercise and show it on a piece of paper through color. So what would the still cautious look like on paper, whether you're painting drawing using pastels. This exercise really allows you to step outside the box and gives you the freedom to visually show what a specific emotion from your past discussion looks like in color. The last exercise for this class, I want you to complete covers key point number five. You have gone through the good and bad with this person you are in a close relationship with. Now, I want you to pick your favorite creative outlet, whether it's drawing, writing, music, sculpting, whatever creative outlet you absolutely love. Do you have it? Okay. I want you to show your close relationship with this person through your chosen creative outlet. What I don't want you to do is pick just one or three moments from your relationship. Think of this as like your relationship map from the moment you met to now. Or if it's a family member, what it was like being away from each other, I will agree. If you're thinking this is hard, it is hard right now because you haven't picked out how you're going to show your close relationship. If it helps, start writing down the good and the bad that you went through with this person. As a general timeline, you creatively continue thinking and coming up with a way to show this from beginning to now in your relationship through your chosen aren't media. So many a times when we are creatively stuck, we don't look to what or who is around us, but in reality, relationships help shape us who we are today. Our experiences with other people are essential. We have emotional responses, partly to the people close to us. We cry when we are happier, sad, get frustrated or angry with them. Yet at the end of the day, we are all human and our close relationships with the good and the bad make the relationship unique. Taking this class and examining your close relationships for creative inspiration is one way to move past the creative blocks or the, I have no clue what I'm coming up with next thoughts. Remember, you are never alone in your creative journey as long as you have close relationships with other people. If you weren't the only creative person struggling or creatively stuck, you would be the only person enrolled in this class. And I know you're not. So from here on forward, if you get stuck, take a step back. Think of how you're close relationship can inspire your next creative idea, indoor project, and then go from there. 4. Be More Productive Part 1: Hi, so let's get right into the first part of the class. I want you to take a look at you all internal but vital before continuing on to the next section. So you're creative. You have creative ideas. But that's where it stops and procrastination kicks in. I want you to write down or verbally explain why. Why does your creativity stop there? Why do you start procrastinating once you have an idea? Now, I want to lay out the creative process for you. You have your creative idea with a visual angle. Then you have the steps that are needed to make it happen. And then you have your end creative product. Most people stop after having a creative idea and automatically lose interest, then move on to having another creative idea and another creative idea. So when I ask, are you creative? You say, yes, I have so many ideas are apply with, great. Can you show me your password and you begin to shift nervously and tell me they are ideas and don't have anything finished yet. How do you think that makes you look? How does that make you look to anyone interested in hiring you for your creativity? The easy part is having creative ideas. Everyone can do that. The real challenge that shows you our creative and committed and serious about your creativity is having the end product. Let me put myself in your shoes, for example. So I have all of these great creative ideas and I filled out an entire creative journal with nothing but ideas. But I don't have anything that shows my creativity. Now, I'm going to try and convince you why you should hire me to help you be more creative. You Google search my name, nothing pops up that I have been doing anything creative. But wait, Wait, wait. I have a journal of a 100 plus pages that has proof of all my great creative ideas. I'm creative. This is why I can help you to think more creatively like me. Are you sold? Are you convinced that I can help you be more creative? Yeah. I'm not realistically I sound like I'm not reliable. I can't follow through. And I get distracted easily. If I only have creative ideas, I almost sound like a scam artist. This journal creative idea stage without an end product does not and will not qualify as proof of your creativity. Another example, using this creative journal idea, where you're stuck at your idea stage. Say you're a great writer. Ok. Who have you worked with? Do you have any online publications? No. But you have over 20 journals filled with stories that you're working on. Nope. I don't buy it. I'm not telling you this to be mean or to tell you that you aren't creative. You are creative or else you wouldn't be taking this class. But right now, you can't put that. You're creative on your resume when you don't have any products or anything to back it up with. This is why it's so important to follow through on your ideas. Do you want to use your creativity professionally or is it just a hobby? If it's a hobby, something you do during your free time for fun, no pressure. Then you can be in a creative idea stage, all you want. But if you want your resume to include that you're creative, then you need to take action and show the end creative results. Without end results, you are wasting your time on all these creative ideas and losing money that could become an in right now. So are you ready to move on to the next steps of how to be more productive with your creativity. Let's continue on. 5. Be More Productive Part 2: So as stated previously for creativity and creative ideas, there are three main steps. One, the creative ideas with the visual angle. Two, is the action steps to make the idea happen, come to life. And three, you have the end creative product. The most two important things when it comes to anything creatively is to organize and break it down with a creative idea. That idea is just one big concept and there is 0 organization involved because it's an idea, not a product nor something tangible. So right now, I want you to get one creative idea you love or are passionate about, that has an end result you haven't accomplished yet. Whether it's a book, a poem, a painting, house decoration project, a song, whatever the ideas, write it down. Now, you need to break this idea down into simple steps. For example, I want to write a book on dogs. I would break it down into a rough draft outline. Then I'm probably going to fill out that outline a little bit more fully. I can possibly type ten pages a day, then move on to editing the first version of my book. Next, for the final touches, I would break that down into adding my author bio and a book summary. And lastly, a book cover. Your idea now is transforming into an end-product. Next, you want to include organization. When do you want to have this completed by? There must be an end date or else you will still be in the idea stage. Now with a completion, finished by date, you need to start planning what you need to do each week to get it all accomplished? I did not say each month or each day? Each week. Why each week? Well, if you do each day, that is in the moment thinking and opens the door to procrastination because you want to do this specific step today, OK, maybe it can wait till tomorrow. Actually, if you think about it, you could probably just do it. Enter this week before you know it, you're finished by date has arrived, and you don't have an end product to show for it. Now, if it's monthly planning, your stepping too far back and ask your mind to feel overwhelmed. Because let's be honest, you don't know what's going to happen this month. And you may procrastinate and think, Well, I'll just add it onto next month. And you're tricking your mind that you have all this time in the world. But before you know it, your month becomes hectic and you don't have all the time in the world like you thought. So by planning out Monday through Sunday, you are taking the perfect steps to what you need to do to meet your finished by date. I always played out my week on Sunday and my planner and review my planner daily because my day-to-day doesn't always go according to plan, but it problem-solve and get back on track. I'm not always serious when it comes to creativity. Take my creativity seriously as in my creativity, while not be stuck in the idea stage. And that's the promise I want you to make to yourself because the world is always changing. You are changing based on your experiences, day to day, week to week, month to month, even year to year. And the last thing you want is for your creative idea to only live in your head. The bottom line is, if you are creative, show it. I hope you have a better understanding of why you should reject procrastination. When it comes to creativity in school, procrastination was okay because go on. Who wanted to make yet another project on the book we were required to read? Yes, I 100% guilty of procrastination in school. But we are now talking about you, your unique creative vision, your unique creative ideas, your creative passion. It's not a secret that if you want something bad enough, you will make it happen. Do not use the excuse of I'm too busy, Tatyana, with this or that? No, you're not you're not prioritizing nor making or wanting to make time to work on your creativity. If something is important to you, you make time for it. If not, you used the I'm too busy. Excuse and that's exactly what it is. An excuse that says to me. It's not on the top of my list. As we reach the end of this class. I don't want you to think that I'm slamming you left and right, that you suck if you can't move past the creative idea stage, No, you are creative and I am simply sharing my experience through the years. Yes, I procrastinated and some of my creative ideas did only stay in the idea stage because you can almost say that I changed, outgrew that idea. I lost the mental energy that fueled the creation of that idea. That's why procrastination is the rival of creativity. You either let procrastination when or you continue growing creatively. So with each creative idea, work on one idea at a time to break it down and organize it, then focus on it until it's done. 6. Life Motivation Killer: Doubt: Thank you so much for enrolling in this course. I'm excited that you joined me. Let's jump right into it. One, comparing, one way, self-doubt starts to form in your mind is when you compare yourself to others. And typically, this other person is already famous With away more life experience and knowledge than you. Does this sound like something that you do? But what are the effects of this comparing self-doubt? The one major effect is that whatever you're working on has a high dead end or quit rate. Meaning you compare yourself to this person to the point that you trick yourself mentally. You aren't good enough and you'll end up quitting. So let's counter this self-doubt before it reaches this point. Especially when you are in your creative mindset, the moment that you catch yourself comparing yourself to anyone, you need to write down what you admire about them. So say person a campaign really well. Instead of comparing your painting skills to person a write-down, your admiration of this person's a painting skills. Now after you have a list, this list is going to tell you what area you need to continue to learn and expand, improve your skills in. So in the end, try to continually to improve and expand in the skills that you feel specific people are better in and especially when your mind starts to compare you to someone else. Number two, pointing out imperfections. Thus the sound like you mentally picking apart your ideas and projects because your mind is stuck on that you need to be perfect and create perfection. This is a very cruel mental phase and the effects to reach what you define as perfect. But guess what? There is no such thing as perfect. Because with the world and you changing constantly, your idea of perfect will change. Are you the same person you were three years ago? Most likely not. So it's crucial to get out of this. It's not perfect self-doubt mindset as quickly as possible. When you start criticizing your ideas and projects. I want you to use this rule of two, which basically is one, writing a complete rough draft of your project or idea. And then to, you can go through from start to finish, edit all the way through. And then you need to get that idea out, present that project. It needs to be complete. When doubt about the quality of your work or ideas not being good enough kicks in. It not only stops progress, but you almost become obsessed about getting it just right. Maybe you are someone who likes to go through more than once in the editing phase of your project or idea. That's fine. You would get a rough draft done. And then you can edit, start to finish two times. The doubt of what you are doing not being good enough Needs to be erased because there's no such thing as perfect. And by next year, you may want to change your project or idea to keep it current, or go a completely different direction than when you started. But the end goal is to go from start to finish and not get stuck in one process because you think it needs to be perfect. Number three, what will they think? The nagging self-doubt of what specific people will think and how they will react to what you're working on. This will make you go in circles as you try to figure out what reaction people are going to have. And you begin to tweak your idea or project. So these people will approve end of the day. There are two things you need to keep in mind. One, you will never make everyone happy. And two, you need to figure out what makes you happy. If one creative idea gets you excited and you change it so much that you can't even recognize your original idea. That is so not the end goal. The goal is to make your creative ideas live for the world. Then based on the feedback, you will weed out or ignore what doesn't fit your idea or project and only utilize the feedback that will make your project or idea even better. You need to avoid the questioning doubt of what other people will think while you're in the process of being creative or working on your project, build yourself confidence so high that this doubt never enters your mind. You really want to focus on knowing who you are, your style, and let that shine through your ideas and projects. Because let's face it, at the end of the day, people will give you their opinion one way or another. So why waste time and potentially stressing yourself out? Focus on you and understand that people will give you their opinion. So don't worry or stop while in your creative process. Number four, not having a clear plan. So you get a great idea. And you want to go from a to Z, which is the finished project. That's it. That's all you have. The effects of this is nothing but confusion. And with confusion, you start to doubt yourself. And because you are confused, you are likely to fail more times than other people, which equals you potentially giving up on reaching z because you are still stuck at a, the best way to avoid the confusion and doubt is to set a clear Ziegel, which is your end goal, and figure out all the steps it will take to accomplish this. Once you have your steps, you need to break down each step into a mini step of what you will need to do to accomplish one of the steps. For example, let's take this class. I wanted to share seven main self-doubt aspects that tend to nag creative students. Not having a clear goal would have resulted in me rambling on and on. Yet with a clear goal, I outlined all the main key points that I wanted to talk about during each slide. If you are confused and start to doubt that your idea or project won't come together. Just take a step back, organize your steps. And then make many steps that make up each step and continue moving forward. As a final note, don't get caught up in the planning part because most likely things won't go smoothly or according to your plan without a few hiccups. So get a plan within a couple of days of what is needed to go from a to Z. And this will eliminate the self-doubt of you not being able to accomplish what you want. Number five, your environment. Having doubt while you're in your creative mindset, can simply come down to who is in your environment and who are you surrounded by? There are people who love to complain, while others are filled with nothing but drama in their life. The truth is, is that you will pick up some of those habits from the people you are hanging out with and surrounded by. The worst habit is their mentality. Any negativity will breed more negativity and doubting yourself can definitely stem from your environment. So when you are in your creative thinking zone, make sure your environment supports this and doesn't continually push negativity on you. The ideal situation is, of course, to leave this environment. But realistically, I know some people can't. So what you can do is go to a place where there is 0 negativity, a park, woods, beach, river, et cetera. Being in nature without anyone else around you is typically a great place and space to be in you. Then we'll start to train your mind to let go of any negativity that has influenced you today that can transform into doubt and work on your project or ideas. They're the end goal is if your environment is negative, you need to detach yourself from it by either moving or finding a place where you can't be affected by it. Number six, end of the day. So you have finished your creative work for the day and are free to relax for the evening. As the evening progresses, you start to think about what you have done today. And if it's good enough or should you change a couple of things? Was it a waste to even work on your project today, et cetera? This mental doubt can go on until you are exhausted. And that is just one side effect. You may mentally doubt yourself so much that you start thinking. Your project or idea is dumb. What were you even thinking? Just give up all that mental talk will start to get to you and even breed more negativity. To break this mental end of the day doubt cycle, you need to change your mental routine by thinking or writing down what you're grateful for for today. List what you have accomplished. Pat yourself on the back for actually completing things on your list. And lastly, list, what you need to accomplish tomorrow. By ending your day like this, you don't give doubt the chance to analyze what you have accomplished. Instead, your mind is now focused on how to prepare for tomorrow so you can have another successful day of crossing things off your list. Number seven, moving too slow. Lastly, if you are doubting yourself on a regular basis, it could be because you are moving too slow, as in you do the bare minimum and are done. Well, what will your mind focus on for the rest of the day? Do you think when you move too slow and have an empty day, doubt will be more than happy to creep in and mess everything up. The way to counter this is to pick up your speed, make more decisions, and have more things to do. For example, if you have a great idea, but spend a week wondering if this idea will work versus having the same idea where you decide to do it, get a plan together, and start taking steps to make it come to life? Which situation will breed more doubt? Yes, the one where you wonder if this ideal will work. So take action, make your creative ideas come to life and stay focused on your end goal. We have reached the final slide of stopping self-doubt to maximize your creativity of you. And points that I want to leave you with, that I want to really get into your head. Whenever you have doubt. That means pushed through, continue even harder to accomplish what you have doubts about when it comes to thinking creatively and being in your creative mindset. I want you to really start focusing in on who you are and your voice that you want to share with the world. Because when you have that much confidence in yourself and you know who you are, any doubt will start to disappear. And typically, self doubt, when you doubt yourself, it usually means you need more knowledge in that specific area. So don't be afraid to get books, lessons, coaching, whatever it takes to get more knowledge in this area to get rid of that doubt. And as a final note, if there is anything you are struggling with when it comes to thinking more creatively, any doubts you are dealing with when it comes to being more creative, feel free to reach out to me and let me know. 7. 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