Introducing the Creative Constellations Project

Introducing the Creative Constellations Project

Sara Saltee's Creative Constellations Project offers a new way of thinking about creativity, identity, and purpose - one that insists that having many different creative passions is not a recipe for chaos, but an invitation for a really juicy life.  Find out why finding your creative constellation is more helpful than 'finding your passion,' and learn about Sara's journey to develop the framework and tools that will allow you to see yourself in a fresh new way.

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A New Question about Creativity

A New Question about Creativity

What if our deepest questions about our creativity and life purpose are not answerable by trying to "get more creative"?  What if we can only get where we are trying to go - toward lives of purpose, joy, and creative satisfaction - by starting with some expanded self-knowledge about ourselves as creators?  These are some of the big ideas behind my book in progress:  Finding Your Creative Constellation.

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What if I don't have a grand passion?

What if I don't have a grand passion?

We've all heard exhortations like "follow your bliss," or "take your passion and make it happen," but what if you don't experience yourself as having a particular bliss or passion?  Check out three common reasons why "follow your passion" may not work as a slogan for you, and test out some amendments that might suit you better as you seek a guidance system for your life.

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Why Don't I Ever Finish My Creative Projects?

Why Don't I Ever Finish My Creative Projects?

If you find yourself starting a new project every time you get close to finishing something, you may have sidewinder syndrome!  Here’s how sidewinder syndrome works:  When you get to that place where the normal anxiety of completion begins to rise up, you have learned to avoid it by moving sideways into another project, rather than building the muscle to push through your resistance to completing and see a project all the way through.  Building a habit of completion begins by understanding your resistance, then practicing ways to move through it.

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