The Creative Entrepreneur
By June Campbell
Did you know you are creative? And did you know that your creativity can contribute to your business success?
We often refer to artists, authors, and musicians as creative. But creativity is not limited to these artistic types -- in fact, all people have the ability to be creative to one extent or another. Creativity is the ability to do old things in a new way, or to see new solutions to problems or to figure out different ways that things can work together.
As an entrepreneur, you are being creative when you identify a gap in the market and think up a product or service to meet that gap. You are being creative when you figure out a way to work in a joint venture with another company so you can both benefit. You are being creative when you write an amazing sales letter or visualize the perfect logo for your business or come up with a catchy name for your product.
The more creative you are, the more good ideas you are likely to generate, and good ideas are the first step to business success.
However, there is a potential problem. Creativity that is not nurtured can diminish until it lies dormant and appears to have disappeared. The good news is that you can increase your creativity by nurturing it. You can also "wake up" your dormant creativity that has gone in hiding due to lack of proper attention.To nurture your natural creativity, try the following:
Nurture your creativity and you'll be able to work smarter, not harder.
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