Hi Steem Fam!
We are going to be filming our next batch of episodes here in a few days and thought we'd put out a call for questions. In case you didn't know - we actually send you 2 steem if we choose your question!
The topic of this next week is "Living a Creative Life". We will be talking all about creativity and how it impacts our life! We would both consider ourselves to be somewhat creative souls, and I'm guessing if you are here blogging on Steem - you probably do to.
Brene Brown talks about the power of "Play" in her research and how important it is to have creative outlets. We are going to be talking about creativity both in and outside of our work. In what ways we can incorporate this creative spirit into the work that we do, but also the importance of keeping certain creative outlets as something we do just for fun.
I hope you'll join us and send in your questions on creativity!
Can you describe your"Creative life"?
Here is a question for you. "How do you get out of a rut in your creativity,example writers block etc?" I think from time to time we all have those ruts where creativity is not on the level we would like it to be.
I am in the fortunate position not to have to work to earn money right now. Instead i am choosing to work in my garden, creating beds to grow organic fruit and veggies in the spring.
I am also helping to create a revolutionary system to help bring about a peaceful and abundant world for all. A major key to that is the Matrix-8 platform, a Multi-Level Goverance system to be built here on the Steem Blockchain.
So my question to you is will you consider joining @matrix-8 and myself and others in our co-creation to bring an end to the current corrupt systems by providing viable alternatives, beginning with the Matrix-8 platform?
And if so would you consider creating videos for us to help onboard the rest of the world?
To help you answer these questions you can read a little about the plan in my recent My Quest to Save the World post.
Con amor Atma
What are the relationships between INSPIRATION and ABILITY in the sense of creativity?
Do you think creativity is an extreme option if considered to earn a living. You have to either have everything in life or absolutely nothing to lose sonas to chose creativity for earning your day to day needs. In developing countries where there is a cut throat competition to even survive, I have seen people rely on creative ways of earning only if they are already self sufficient or they don't have other options at all. Someone with a traditional job will not opt to quit it if he has a family to feed. So my question is, Is creativity an option only for the rich ?
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How do you rekindle creativity when you haven’t been doing anything creative in a long time!
I am working a combined job, being a creative and technical person. I don't actually have a question, but rather I wanted to give some advice to people looking to be creative.
Follow the highest education you can afford and try to find your passions, start a job and have stability for a few years and then you can have the time needed to find a good creative job you seek. In the best-case scenario, you will find a mix between your passions and your job.
In the end, this will balance your creative days and your non-creative days, always producing results :D Cheers!
Hey! I'd say my question is: What are some tips for marketing at low budget for us creatives?
Something I'd like to see a discussion of is the issue of whether or not you can create a "Creative Life" and make a living at it from the ground up, or is a Creative Life always going to be something you do in addition to your primary job for a long time (years?) before it can sustain you?
And yes, I realize there are exceptions... that often revolve around strokes of luck and impeccable timing... but I am talking about the broader idea of "I want to live a creative life and actually make a living at it."
Perhaps it is too late but Does it make you a sell out if you need some sort of validation (perhaps in likes or upvotes or some sort of recognition) for your creativity and you try to incorporate that?
Sounds like a great topic for an ep!