Inspiration: Creativity Quotes
I’m a quote collector.
When someone says something that is particularly inspiring, or thought-provoking, or wise, I think it is worth saving.
I go through them when I need some encouragement, motivation or reinforcement.
I went through some of my saved quotes recently to get some inspiration for the Content Creation Retreat. In fact, we posted them around the space to help us stay grounded in what we were there to do.
Then I thought, why use these only during a special occastion like the Content Creation Retreat. Why not post them in my office or work space? AND… why not share them with you so you can use them too!
I’ve created some quote signs which you can download and print out below.
Here’s to your inspiration!
“Creativity is a crushing chore and a glorious mystery. The work wants to be made, and it wants to be made through you.” -Elizabeth Gilbert
“Don’t think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It’s self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can’t try to do things. You simply must do things.” -Ray Bradbury
“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” -Scott Adams
“We believe in the power of creativity. That every act of imagination makes the world a more interesting place.” -Apple
“There are actually two steps to bravery: 1. Do it. 2. Tell people you did it. If that second part feels easy to you, then you’ve never created something you deeply care about.” -Michael Hyatt
“The only people who influence culture, after all, are the creators.” -Donald Miller
Sometimes it’s helpful to surround yourself with inspiration. When you are feeling down, all you have to do is look up and be reminded. I have a friend who turned some of her favorite quotes into huge wall-art in her office to keep her in a positive mindset everyday.
So, I’ve created some printable signs of these quotes that you can download for free, print out and hang up around your space. Enjoy!
Do you have a favorite inspirational quote? Which of these is your favorite, and why? Share your thoughts in the comments.