5-minute exercise to stop self-doubt, increase self-trust, and boost intuition
While there are a LOT of exercises for creativity out there, this one is near and dear to my heart because it is fun, quick (it can be done in less than 5 minutes), and has the added benefit of answering a question for you.
When we do not express ourselves creatively it becomes hard to express ourselves in all areas of our lives. Bottled creative expression can compound into feeling increased stress, sadness, anger, and more. The routines in our lives provide a sense of stability and safety, but we can also get stuck in those routines and stop seeing the possibilities and potential all around us. So, finding ways to exercise our creativity keeps our perspective fresh and our minds open to wonder, optimism, and possibility. This creativity exercise is a hands-down favorite in my workshops and presentations.
Let me know how it goes
I’d love to know how this exercise helped you. Drop me a line in the comments below!