One thing I’ve learned over the years is that the best way to be productive is to Take Action when inspiration strikes.
Last night while I was on-call for work, I had a few hours to work on a project. I was so engrossed in it that I didn’t want to stop when the phone rang to go to work.
The hardest part about being creative is taking action because I have to instead of when it sparks.
It’s amazing how much easier it is to create and accomplish goals when I’m in the flow.
Work becomes effortless and it pours out of me, regardless of the medium I work with.
One of my favourite people is Steve Pavlina, and he also wrote an article on this topic.
“I write when I’m inspired to write, not on some employer-dictated schedule. I don’t arbitrarily say to myself, “I have to blog something today.” What draws me to the keyboard is when I’m struck by an idea. I’ve gone as long as seven weeks at a stretch without blogging, and it’s totally fine. It wouldn’t suit me (or my readers) to crank out drivel on a schedule. I’d rather write only when I have something inspired to communicate.”
You can check out the full article here.
In fact, all I want to do right now is create Poster Quote templates. As much as I’d love to write an epic blog post that inspires you to get off your butt and get going, I sometimes find that leading by example is a better way.
So, I’m off to create!
Dream BIGCreate OftenInspire Others
Update: I've been playing around! Check it out☟☟☟
Brandi Penrose, aka CuteCraftyGirl, LOVES helping people to Embrace their Creativity, and Believe in the Power of their Dreams! When she isn’t Teaching or Writing, you’ll find her making Stained Glass Art or tending to her Fairy Gardens.