Article by Author Joanna Penn at The Creative Penn site:
A child comes to you with a new drawing, crayon in hand, beaming with pleasure at creation and proud of the result.
Do you say, “There are too many drawings in the world and this is no good. Stop creating immediately.”
Or do you say, “That’s brilliant. Why don’t you draw another one?”
Your creative self is that child. When you start to constrain what is possible to create, that child will cower in fear and stop creating.
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