How to Block Your Creativity

Do you frequently need more support during your photoshoots? Do you ever feel that something is blocking your creativity? In this episode, I discuss four things that block your creativity. These things are not all related to photography, but they will positively impact your creativity.

We discuss:

  • Everyday habits can spark creativity
  • Take care of yourself to improve your photography
  • Why mental health in the photography industry is important

Enjoy a wide range of services!

This episode is meant to inspire you to take better care of yourself and pay attention to your needs. Everyone has their definition of health, so spend time with yourself to understand what you need.

This is the preview for this week’s episode.

Information Overload

Information overload can be a significant source of stress for many people because it creates chaos. You won’t be able to make your ideas or find inspiration if you constantly consume information.

Spending quality time with yourself can help you overcome this. Even 10 minutes of silence will help you refresh yourself and see the world positively.

Basic Needs

You can’t ignore your basic needs because they are the foundation of your identity. If you care for yourself, you’ll enjoy photoshoots without getting frustrated or giving up your ideas. Everyone’s needs vary, but most people require a healthy diet, exercise, and sufficient sleep.

You may need to give more attention to other aspects of your life, such as your social or creative life. You can join to share your photography with other photographers and make new friends.

Fixed Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset

A growth mindset allows you to see the potential of your life. Fixed mindsets put people into a box and make them believe they cannot surpass their talents or abilities.

You’ll enjoy your photoshoots and find great ideas when you can see the potential in everyday life. You’ll be less stressed and more confident in your photography quest.

Try learning something new each day if you doubt your abilities. It doesn’t need to be huge. Starting small will help you to stay motivated over time. You can improve your skills and move forward by gaining a little knowledge each day.

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