• Michael Dahdal

Being Creative

Updated: Jan 3, 2020


Everything (quite literally) begins with an idea.

When you have an idea, any idea, what you’re essentially experiencing is creative potential.

No creative process can begin without an idea, but plenty of ideas never lead to a creative process.

To create is to actualise, not to merely contemplate.

So in that sense, what you do with your idea bears some real significance.

Being creative, means acting.

Because an idea is essentially only a seed, which when properly nurtured has the inherent potential to grow into almost anything.

Only you have the unique ability to manifest your idea into existence - this is your responsibility and no-one else's.

So it's totally dependent, not on what you wish for, but on what you do.

When you act, what you’re essentially doing is giving birth, bringing to life something that would otherwise only ever exist in your mind.

So to create is to conceive and to give birth to.

You don’t have to be a poet, a filmmaker or a sculptor.

You just have to take your idea and to bring it to life.