Creative is a great word. And many people would like to be thought of as being creative.
I am not so sure.
Creative involves a lot of time out of your comfort zone, imagining, trying and failing, making do, setting up oneself for failure in the untried.
But when the effort in creativity succeeds, invariably there is a ‘Wow.’ Or maybe a ‘Whew.’
Do you want to be a more creative speaker?
I am going to write a series of articles on what I think it takes to be creative with some practical suggestions on steps or mind-sets that you can apply that will help.
Get ready from the get go, however, because being creative is not easy, nor is it comfortable. And in some cases it may lead to the same for your listeners.
But one thing is certain … creativity leads to being outstanding and remarkable. It is the differences that people make that are usually most indelible in the listeners’ minds.
Do you want to be creative?
Over the next few weeks, I will teach you how I think it can be learn and done.
There is an index below to all the posts. NOTE: if the link is dead it’s because the article has not been published yet.
And by all means, I welcome your input and ideas as well.
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20 Ways to Be a More Creative Public Speaker – The Index