The Purpose of Creative Development for Business Professionals (well, ok, maybe there’s more than one purpose)

Creative development is useful when:

  • You’ve run out of options
  • You’re stuck in a rut
  • You’ve run out of hope
  • Your goals have escaped you
  • You’re procrastinating or indecisive
  • You need to change the way you’ve been operating but you don’t know where to begin
  • You’re overwhelmed, stressed or anxious
  • You have trouble communicating your message
  • You have too many problems to solve on your own
  • Your personal problems are interfering with your business
  • Your business problems are interfering with your personal life
signs of hope by gail goodwin 2014

Creative Development is useful if you’ve run out of options. Creative Development is perfect for those times when you run out of hope.

Fear is a barrier to creativity. But we have to name the fear if we want to capture it and tame it. I know my creativity is reduced if one or more of the following fears listed below overpower my thoughts, feelings or behaviour.

  • Fear of failure
  • Fear of success
  • Fear of inner power
  • Fear of external power
  • Fear of managing inner power
  • Fear of managing external power
  • Fear of shame
  • Fear of humiliation
  • Fear of rejection
  • Fear of abandonment
  • Fear of responsibility
  • Fear of disempowerment
  • Fear of love
  • Fear of fear
  • Fear of being compromised
  • Fear of being corrupted
  • Fear of being controlled

This list is not exhaustive, of course, but removing the barriers that block your creativity is the purpose of creative development.

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About gailgoodwin

As an author, trainer and mentor, my purpose is to inspire vision, creativity and productivity in the business of life and the life of your business.
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