Developing Your Creative Confidence

Developing Your Creative Confidence

One of the most sought after traits in CEOs is creativity. This is because it’s so rare to find someone who is not only truly creative, but who has the confidence to share it.

Think of your favorite celebrity CEOs: Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson. These executives aren’t just businesses geniuses, they’re prime examples of how powerful confidence is.

In order to develop creativity, confidence has to also be built up. Continue reading Developing Your Creative Confidence

Embracing Imperfection

Embracing Imperfection

Too many people are in a state of paralysis because they are afraid of being imperfect. They are afraid to take that first step because they won’t be as good as the one who has been doing it for decades. The liberating truth is that we are all terrible when we first start something! Embracing this imperfection can give us the freedom to try new things. Continue reading Embracing Imperfection

A Class of Your Own

A Class of Your Own

Trying to be the best in a crowded field is a hard fight to win. But being in a class of your own guarantees that you will be the best! The problem is that most people are content being grouped together with everyone else, whether it be in magic or in the office. Continue reading A Class of Your Own

Narrowing Your Focus

Narrowing Your Focus

Having options is always good, having too many can hurt your project. Similarly, having too many goals could result in none getting done.

Narrowing your focus to the handful of items that are most important will not only help you accomplish them, but also help you determine what is really important. Continue reading Narrowing Your Focus