Sharing your creativity is not about getting noticed, or discovered. These are ideas that can actually put us off as introverts. But it is important to share your creative voice because it’s what makes life worth living.
It adds value into the world and gives other people hope and joy. It is its own reward, and is about so much more than the end product. Even as I write songs, I’m aware that each song I write is just a marker on the road towards the next thing. It’s a road that keeps going, as long as I live. There is always another chance, another stop to take, and another person who might need to hear what I’ve got to say at just that right time.
So, how do you share your creativity in an introvert way?
Your voice IS your creativity because it is a response to what stands out to you. What you’re drawn towards. Life is an evolving reflection of all that we learn and resonate with.
As a Process
The things you’re discovering, not simply the things you’ve made.
With A Clear Sense of Your Why
Creativity is about helping, supporting, inspiring someone and adding some kind of value to the world.
Don’t place undue pressure on creativity as something that has to be perfect. The tighter you hold to that stuff the more you strangle their chances of success.
As a Gift
If you lack confidence in your creative work then a great way to share it is by gifting it to the world.
The internet was very much made for introvert ways of interacting with the world (mostly).
Big creative projects are built one brick at a time. Although each one is vital to the overall structure of the building, it’s still just one piece in a much larger picture.
By Not Getting Ahead of Yourself
Tomorrow will take care of itself, yesterday is out of your hands. But now, this moment, this is a chance to put another little brick in the wall and continue the process of building something beautiful with your life.
Over to You
What holds you back from sharing your creativity with the world? Please leave your response in the comments below.