15 People with creative minds

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The creative process– from the first drop of paint on the canvas to the art exhibition– involves a mix of emotions, drives, skills, and behaviors.

Everyone has a little bit of imagination and creation inside of them. Still, not anyone takes up the chance to put those great ideas in motion because, as we grow up we tend to lose our imagination and creativity in us, as we become more of a workhorse person.

But we all have our moments, our genius spark, which shows that we’re still able to put out a great show through the bright ideas we have.

The same thing happened with the following people, which did show some excellent creative skills.

His Drink Really Said: You Dropped Me?

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The ”Naomi Cambell” Of Parrots

The Cat, The Dog, And The Flying Turtle

A Revolution Is About To Begin

Low-Cost Parrot For Sale

My Sock Is Scared Of Me

I Would Break My Teeth At This Stone Looking Like MEAT

Are These Cats Real Or Painted?

Hummingbird Or Asphalt Crack Repair?

The Milky Rabbit

OMG I Thought It Was An NASA Photo Not Some Frost On The Roof Of The Car

The Bag Said: Save Me From This Evil Truck

Wolf Howling Water Stain

A Little And Beautiful Mermaid Is Born

My Toothbrush Shadow Is Brushing His Teeth

If you love a highly creative person, you probably experience moments when it seems like they live in a completely different world than you. Truth is, they do. But trying to change them isn’t nearly as effective as trying to understand them.

It all begins by seeing the world through their lens and remembering these 10 things:

1. They have a mind that never slows down.
The creative mind is a non-stop machine fueled by intense curiosity. There is no pause button and no way to power it down. This can be exhausting at times but it is also the source of some crazy fun activities and conversations.

2. They challenge the status quo.
Two questions drive every creative person more than any others: What if? and Why not? They question what everyone else takes at face value. While uncomfortable for those around them, it’s this ability that enables creatives to redefine what’s possible.

3. They embrace their genius even if others don’t.

Creative individuals would rather be authentic than popular. Staying true to who they are, without compromise, is how they define success even if means being misunderstood or marginalized.

4. They have difficulty staying on task.
Highly creative people are energized by taking big mental leaps and starting new things. Existing projects can turn into boring slogs when the promise of something new and exciting grabs their attention.

5. They create in cycles.
Creativity has a rhythm that flows between periods of high, sometimes manic, activity and slow times that can feel like slumps. Each period is necessary and can’t be skipped just like the natural seasons are interdependent and necessary.

6. They need time to feed their souls.
No one can drive cross-country on a single take of gas. In the same way, creative people need to frequently renew their source of inspiration and drive. Often, this requires solitude for periods of time.

7. They need space to create.
Having the right environment is essential to peak creativity. It may be a studio, a coffee shop, or a quiet corner of the house. Wherever it is, allow them to set the boundaries and respect them.

8. They focus intensely.
Highly creative people tune the entire world out when they’re focused on work. They cannot multi-task effectively and it can take twenty minutes to re-focus after being interrupted, even if the interruption was only twenty seconds.

9. They feel deeply.
Creativity is about human expression and communicating deeply. It’s impossible to give what you don’t have, and you can only take someone as far as you have gone yourself. A writer once told me that an artist must scream at the page if they want a whisper to be heard. In the same way, a creative person must feel deep if they are to communicate deeply.

10. They live on the edge of joy and depression.
Because they feel deeply, highly creative people often can quickly shift from joy to sadness or even depression. Their sensitive heart, while the source of their brilliance, is also the source of their suffering.

 

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