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In this episode Joel and Antonia talk with internationally known artist, author and entrepreneur David B. Goldstein who co-wrote the book “Creative You” with Myers-Briggs expert Otto Kroeger on what it means to express your unique creative personality.
In this podcast on your unique creative personality you’ll find:
- Creativity is often discouraged because of an existing social template.
- At Personality Hacker, we want to see people grow and do things based on their own uniqueness and not on a template that have been handed down to them.
- Recognizing Personality types allows us to see people for who they are without malice or bias. Understanding how and why others think and act the way they do makes it easier for us to get along with anyone.
- Criticism is based on how a person sees the world. People who criticize see a different part of a creation.
- Never be discouraged when criticized for doing something you are passionate about. At the same time, listen to what others feel or see is important; if a growth opportunity is provided then consider accepting criticism.
- We are our own gatekeepers of creativity. It is up to us to give ourselves limitation or permission to be creative.
- Our own unique creative differences are our greatest strengths in achieving creativity. Everyone can be creative in their own way using their own unique Personality type.
- Antonia recommends the book “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron for growth and development of ENFP and ESFP Personality types.
- Reclaiming your childhood creativity is getting back to the things you used to love as a child. This is one thing you can do to discover your own unique creativity.
- It is important to keep children creative as they grow up since it is frequently during the childhood years that creativity first gets discouraged.
- Reading books written by people similar and/or complimentary to your Personality type is a good exercise to develop your Co-pilot Process.
- You can’t do everything on your own. You need someone to make up for whatever you lack. Collaborating with people different from your Personality type also helps in producing creative work.
- The Process of Creativity from creation to completion:
- Recognize yourself as a creative individual. Give yourself permission to be creative.
- Find mentors to share with your creativity and to guide you along the process.
- Partner or collaborate with someone who makes up for whatever you lack.
- Live your art.
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