Getting Inspiration through Creativity

“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.”

― Joseph Chilton Pearce

I love that quote by Joseph Chilton Pearce. And I’m feeling that a lot at the moment – having to lose that fear – as I see my own stuff out there. This book tour, the interviews, the articles, have forced me to get over that fear of being wrong.  I have to be so out there, so transparent. I have nowhere to hide!

In my latest interview with Sally Hubbard, I talk about getting creative and getting into flow to find our inspiration.

“Being creative is much easier than trying to meditate or spend time just being quiet. Then they get their inspiration and their connection to self and they can be in that flow and get their ideas, their inspiration, their juices flowing.”

I’m going to make this post a bit different – this time instead of writing the post, I will attach a podcast.  The podcast is an interview with Sally Hubbard, creator of Women Killing It!

Women Killing It!

Let me know what you thought of the podcast; and I’d love to hear how you lose that fear of being wrong. And as always thanks for stopping by, I appreciate it.

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4 thoughts on “Getting Inspiration through Creativity

  1. Dear Patti,

    So nice to be able to hear your inspiring words while lying in the sun.
    At every crossroad of our lives we need someone who reminds us that we are powerful and beautiful, that we have the power to make our dreams tangible. You are that little voice that shifts negative mindset, I am so grateful and happy that your message will spread and transform other women’s lives.

    Lots of love,

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    • Tracey thank you so much for your comment and your open heartedness! Yes fears are so overpowering, but YES you are so worth it! If you are open to it, I suggest starting with a journal and just writing about the fear. Good luck Tracey – you are so worth the fight!

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