Do you also feel that you have accomplished so little, yet you have so much to contribute to the world?
That is exactly how I feel.
I feel that I have millions of words inside me, but I have written too little until now. I feel I have hundreds of stories to tell the world, but I have done a dismal job of telling these stories. I feel I have thousands of artwork inside me, but I have created very little art. All this agony and pain inside me. It is literally killing me slowly.
How do we deal with…
Most of the time, we do not realize how much we care about what others think about us. Societal expectations often shape us in ways we do not even recognize.
In this post, you will imagine that you are ostracized by your own society or community. Please respond to the following prompts:
Let me start telling you that I do not have any musical talents, nor training. In fact, my musical ear is terrible.
However, I am rather curious and I love experimenting with new things. The other night, I felt a tune and some words inside me.
I told myself: “Oh, I need to record these inspirations immediately.”
Then, my inner voice challenged me:
“You better not embarrass yourself. Do you have musical talent? No.
Is your voice good? As good as a crow’s, maybe. Do you have any experience with rap, lyrics, or music writing? No. Do you have a sense…
In this thought experiment, you will imagine that you are just offered a free holiday trip to the moon.
To get you into the mood, I present this NASA video prompt to you:
Please respond to the following prompts:
Doodling has recently enabled me to create my own book that consists of a series of practical and visual exercises aimed at developing creativity. This book is designed as a visual learning diary and a playful workbook to disrupt and re-make your career and life options — one doodle at a time.
Doodles are very useful for developing what I call ‘inspirational capital’ — the individual capability for wonder, curiosity, learning, and self-disruption.
Creative capabilities are becoming more and more important in the workplaces of tomorrow. …
Whenever I feel too anxious or depressed, I go on to Disney+ and watch a Pixar movie. This is a proven recipe for restoring my hope, morale, and happiness. ‘Onward’, a heartfelt Pixar movie, did that for me when I was feeling a bit down.
Onward is the story of two teenage elf brothers — Ian and Barley — who lost their dad. Their mother Laurel gives the brothers a wizard’s staff their father left for them. This staff comes with a spell that could bring their father back to life for 24 hours. They embark on a magical journey…
You have probably heard about this in the tech news. The new buzzword is the Metaverse. Many tech experts or writers describe how we will soon enter the age of the Metaverse. We will be completely immersed in an interactive virtual reality world full of games, adventures, shopping, travel, work, hobbies, and other experiences.
In this world, we will be represented by our avatars or holograms. We will be interacting with each other and the digital world through our avatars — it will be as if we are characters immersed in a futuristic movie or computer game. …
Imagination is the biggest source of asset creation in today’s world. From Star Wars to Marvel Cinematic Universe, from Spiderman to Harry Potter, all books and movies emerged because of someone’s imagination. If you want to be super-successful in today’s world, you need to be creative and imaginative.
David Baldacci writes mystery novels every night between 22.00 and 2 a.m. Using his imagination, he has published 40 books and he is one of the best-selling authors in the world in the area of mystery novels and thrillers.
Nas Daily produces 1-minute videos every day — he has done it for…
In this exercise, you will imagine that you have seen a strange light in the night sky. Please respond to the following prompts:
In this exercise, you will imagine that you can create reality by imagining, visualizing, and writing it in your notebook.
There are numerous examples in film and fiction that illustrate similar plot elements. For example, in ‘Ruby Sparks’, a novelist attempts to find romance by creating a female character who will love him. In ‘Stranger Than Fiction’, Harold Crick finds himself the subject of narration only he can hear. This narration influences his work, love-interest, life, and death. Similarly, you will imagine that you can create reality by simply writing it down.
Open your magical notebook. You will now create…