We’re all creative individuals.
Not everyone is Justin Bieber. Or Charli D’Amelio. Or Kendall Jenner. But each and every one of us owns some unique skill, some underlying passion waiting to be discovered. Something that you, and only you, can unleash into the world.
Unfortunately, the majority of us seldom share that passion with the masses. We make excuses. We fear backlash, criticism. We imagine when we step on stage, post a blog or publish a video, that the world will laugh at us. And mock us. And tell us we suck.
It’s true. The Internet is a weird place these days.
But we can’t let that stop us.
Because if you don’t express yourself, then you miss an incredible opportunity to leave your mark on the world.
Creativity comes in many forms, especially today. Maybe it’s in music. Or writing. Or dance. Or TikTok videos. Maybe it’s in latte art, painting, gardening, or an elaborate food spread.
Whatever it is, find it. Hone it. Work on it in the comfort of your own home. And then when you’re ready, share your art with the world.
It needs it. It demands it.
Art has remained an integral part of the human experience since day one. It’s communication. It’s survival. It’s inside all of us, like a caged lion waiting to enter the jungle after years of captivity. And for us to advance as a society, we must look to art to usher in new thoughts, new ideas, and better ways of living.
It’s always been that way. And it always will. The greatest advancements in human history have come from those who were told it couldn’t be done, that it wasn’t their problem to solve.
But still they persevered, and they changed the world in the process.
So what’s stopping you?