Keeping the turmoil in your art - not your spirit | TalentDevelop

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There seems to be an enduring false mythology about creative inspiration that it benefits from an “edge” of nervous tension or even anxiety.


“One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.” Friedrich Nietzsche


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Developing Creativity newsletter 9-15-14

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Developing Creativity newsletter Sep 15 - *Work-Life-Creative Balance video; *Self-Esteem video; *Facebook Community for Introverted Artists; *Books to fuel creation - and more


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How Sensitivity Can Enhance Creativity - The Creative Mind

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“For me, fashion is incredibly emotional. I go to shows in Paris and try not to cry.”Actor Jessica Chastain


Qualities such as emotionality and empathy can help highly sensitive people be especially creative.


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Developing Creativity newsletter 9.6.14

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Contents include: * Happy As An Artist; * Changing Our Beliefs; * Talented, But Insecure; * Introverted, Shy or Highly Sensitive in the Arts; and much more.

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» Being Happy As An Artist - The Creative Mind

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Two new studies provide evidence that artists are more happy, and more psychologically stable, than most people.


Formerly “The King of Pain,” Sting says “I’d like to do my work, and be a happy man.” / One study said, “On average artists enjoy higher job satisfaction than other employees, mainly due to more autonomy.”


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Nurturing Our Self-Esteem - Part 1

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"The reputation you have with yourself – your self-esteem – is the single most important factor for a fulfilling life." - Psychologist Nathaniel Branden. What is self-esteem and how can we encourage a healthy self-concept and positive self-regard? 


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Dr. Elaine Aron: update about “Sensitive—The Untold Story” PART 2 on Vimeo

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Elaine Aron explains high sensitivity to those who do not have the trait. In this short video Elaine Aron packs in all the basic information about high sensitivity,…

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Our High Sensitivity Personality

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Director Luc Besson commented about Milla Jovovich in their film “The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc” (1999) that “She has the same kind of passion and excess [as Joan] and, you know, she can laugh and she can cry two seconds afterwards. She can cry for an ant on the street. She has, like, no skin. She feels everything. Even the wind can make her cry.”


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Developing Creativity newsletter

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Developing Creativity newsletter - contents include: * Nurturing Self-Esteem; * Transformational Writing; * Introvert Resources; * Intuition Course, and much …

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Nurturing Our Self-Esteem Part 1 | TalentDevelop

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Healthy self-esteem may be a challenge for many creative people. “Millions of people have a hard time internalizing their accomplishments.”

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