by Pamela McCormick | Feature Contributor
“Peace”, defined (from the Merriam-Webster Online Student Dictionary)
- A state of quiet; especially: freedom from public disturbance or war
- Freedom from upsetting thoughts or feelings
- Harmony in personal relations
To be successful, to generate ideas that reach a specific audience, I believe a focused mindset will allow you to handle the internal “wars” within your ego as well as external conflicts with team members.
Each person generally operates to his or her own liking, depending on the task at hand. However, based on my experience as a businessperson, dance instructor and Mom, I have identified five common elements that help me, and will help you, find a creative inner “peace:”
(P) Passion from your heart
(E) Enthusiasm to cheer you
(A) Authenticity to be real
(C) Curiosity to encourage childlike wonder
(E) Engagement with your audience
Once these elements are activated, you will discover that ideas will flow without negative energy, and your mind will be at “peace” to develop and refine them.
So grab YOUR “Peace” of Success and shout…
Then please let me know how PEACE works out for you.
Pamela McCormick – Creativity Promoter/Inspiration Generator
Pam is a creative consultant, writer and dance teacher/choreographer. In addition to the joys of being a Mom of three (ages 13, 9, and 3) she has first-hand experience in the business of family and the life of a working woman, as well as more than 10 years as a business executive in product development/creative coordination.
Creative development is a specialty. Copywriting, editing, marketing, photo shoot management and sales presentation speaking skills are all in her “dance bag” of tricks. With her wide background of business, leadership, motherhood and teaching, she has learned to “leap” through it all.
Pam is an eternal optimist who is determined to help you transform the chaos of your daily life into an enthusiastic “DANCE.” Pam’s inspirational blog can be viewed at www.dancinmoma.wordpress.com.
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