Welcome to #ThinkCreateReflect, your bi-monthly dose of creative and business inspiration!
This week’s prompt:
Do you find it hard to work in your designated work space? Do you have a cluttered desk, projects-in-progress scattered about the studio, or a pile of paperwork to file? Set a timer for 15 minutes and see how much clutter you can clear before you begin your work for the day; you may be surprised at how much more productive you can be when your desk is clear.
We’d love to see photos of those clean spaces! Share them with us on Instagram and Twitter and tag ’em #ThinkCreateReflect!
Welcome to #ThinkCreateReflect, your bi-monthly dose of creative or business prompts to get your juices flowing!
This week’s prompt:
If your business had a spirit or totem animal, what would it be? Write out the story of your business animal or draw a picture of it.
We’d love to see your pet creations! Share them on social media and tag them #ThinkCreateReflect!
Welcome to #ThinkCreateReflect, where each week we provide you with a prompt to inspire your creativity, your life, or your business. Or maybe all three!
For this week’s prompt, get out a piece of paper or your journal.
Write down something you’re learning right now – maybe it’s something you recently read in a business book, or you’re teaching yourself how to crochet, or you’re learning the best ways to pay your taxes, even! Write it down now, and get in the habit of repeating this prompt whenever you learn something new so you can remember what you learned long into the future.
What are you learning right now? Share it with us on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #ThinkCreateReflect!
Welcome to #ThinkCreateReflect, where we take a moment to pause, reflect, and make during a busy week.
Today’s prompt is just a quote and a question for reflection:
“Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is the probable reason why so few engage in it.” – Henry Ford
Do you agree? If not, what work is harder than thinking, and why?
Welcome back to #ThinkCreateReflect, where we take the time each Friday to stop and think, to create something new, and to reflect on the week. We invite you to join us – pull out a notebook or your journal and think, create, reflect along with us!
This week, think back – waaaaay back, to your early days! Then answer the following prompt:
When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? Have you become that thing, or something else entirely? If it’s something else, can you incorporate some aspect of that childhood dream into the career you do have today?
We’d love to hear how your childhood dreams have come true, or changed entirely! Share with us on Instagram or Twiter and tag it #ThinkCreateReflect!