This part of the journey is about the basics of creativity, finding your calling, getting the best story ideas and more.

Story writing ideas: 5 hacks to beat the blank page forever

The lies we tell ourselves every day are deep-seated. Thank you, society. Myths and misconceptions about ideas and creativity are so deeply rooted in our thinking that we barely recognize them anymore. “I’m not a creative person.” – as if Hemingway was born with pen and paper. “I just can’t come up with a good

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The “Prometheus” Idea

“If Prometheus was worthy of the wrath of heaven for kindling the first fire upon earth, how ought all the gods honour the men who make it their professional business to put it out?” – John Godfrey Saxe Dystopia – done carefully – can kidnap us into a story world which incredible depth. At least

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How to be creative and why you should

The 10 steps to happiness Creativity is contagious. Everybody dreams of creating something meaningful. When I speak to people about being creative, they seem to light up after a while, fueled by their own ideas, musings, and ponderings of what they always wanted to do. But the fire expires quickly. Why? Because there are no

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Three simple questions to discover your creative goals

“The question I ask myself like almost every day is, ‘Am I doing the most important thing I could be doing?’” – Mark Zuckerberg All of us have dreams. But is this enough? I had this dream since I can remember dreaming: To touch and change people’s lives with stories. It’s an invisible drive, a

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How to know if you are called to create

Ordinary people (if there is anything like this) will think you crazy. Insane. And being honest with yourself, you’ll also notice your craziness. But in reality, you haven’t lost your mind. You just have the heart of a creator. Here’s how you know: 1. There is a constant urge inside of you We’re not workaholics, even if

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Why you owe it to the world to become a creative storyteller

The world needs your story. The world needs your creativity. Inside the imagination of the most, a storyteller is an elderly chap with grayish hair and cosy wrinkles, sitting in an antique chair by the chimney, or at a wooden table where he still writes with ink on paper. He has a mysterious and inviting

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