Welcome to Friday, the day where we take a moment in a busy week to Think about something new, Reflect on things past, and Create something entirely unknown! Each week we provide you with a creative, writing, or biz-related prompt to help inspire you in your working week. Enjoy!
This week, it’s time to get out some paper or a laptop and write a letter … to your teenage self! So get out that old pen pal kit and get scribbling along with us:
Write a letter to yourself as a teenager. What would you tell her about your life as an adult? What advice would you give her in order to prepare her to become a creative entrepreneur? What do you wish you had known back then? Tell her!
See how this activity inspires the decisions you make in this stage of your life as you prepare for the next one. And if you’re feeling up to sharing, give us a shout-out on social media with the tag #ThinkCreateReflect!
Welcome to #ThinkCreateReflect, your weekly dose of reflection and creativity in a week full of busy To Dos.
This week, we’re facing our fears!
What have you been afraid to do in your business – how has it held you back? Can you envision a way to move beyond it?
If you’re feeling particularly brave, share your fears with us in the comments below or tag them on social media with #ThinkCreateReflect!
Welcome back to #ThinkCreateReflect, where we take a moment to think about a prompt and reflect on our answers, or create something new and fun!
This week’s prompt is somewhat silly and fun, so it won’t take you but a moment of reflecting to come up with an answer:
If you could hire any fictional character to work for your business, who would you hire, and why?
We’d love to know who you’d hire! Heathcliff as Chief of Security, Charlie Brown as Director of Employee Morale, or maybe The Terminator to run Customer Service? 😉
Share your answers on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #ThinkCreateReflect!