Curiosity and Creativity

Do you know one of the best ways to build your creative storehouses and become inspired? Curiosity!  That’s right, if you look at the world with an attitude of curiosity and go through life with a willingness to try new things and learn what things do and how they work, not only will you be more creative but you may even become more cultured, more productive, and create more amazing and creative works of art. Your curiosity will make you a better artist and expand your horizons to what and how you can create.

Trying new things is healthy for all of us, whether we believe we fit in the traditional definition of creative or not.  Even if you’re not into photography, painting, sewing, dancing, construction, or any of the other things that fit in the typical creative standard, the ability to be creative and think creatively is important for all of us.

If you’re able to be creative in your job you’ll come up with better solutions for your customers and clients.  If you’re able to be creative in your relationship it will probably last longer and be healthier.  If you’re able to be creative with your family you’ll hear the dreaded phrase “I’m bored!” a lot less.  And if you’re able to be creative and curious in life in general you’ll find more things to be happy about and appreciate, which will make the tough times easier and good times better.

What have you tried or learned lately?  What inspires your creativity?

“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” Walt Disney

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