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TCP008: Challenging Yourself Through Creative Thinking #Podcast

Creative thinking is a potential we are all born with. If you don’t use that potential, it is probably because you don’t know and apply the simple principles for developing it. We can remedy that right now.

“Eccentricity of a creative mind may not be pleasing for the people around it, but it is important for the progress.”
― Amit Kalantri

Creative thinking goes beyond just solving specific problems or inventing new things. A truly creative mind is always coming up with the questions too, not just the solutions!

Each of us has the power to be creative. It’s part of our natural make-up as human beings. The trouble is that, too often, we block our natural creativity and so make errors in thinking and give ourselves more problems than we should.Want to be the person who always has something interesting to say? Train yourself to look at things from other perspective. Usually it takes several weeks to develop a habit, and aligning yourself with creative thinking is no different. Therefore you need a way to remind yourself each day during that time.

In this episode of The Coaching Parlour Podcast, we will be going over:

  • The techniques of creative thinking
  • Why creative thinking is important
  • The habits of creative thinking

and more…..

Tools you will need:

  • Journal
  • Meditation
  • Honesty


I will not restrain my creativity. Everything around me inspires me.



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Thank You! xoxo, Danielle M. Holdman

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