Mandala Motivation For Monday

Mandala Motivation

Mondays are tough. We all agree. So in my effort to motivate and inspire others to find their creative side, here’s a new work-in-progress for this Memorial Day Monday.

Always remember, your creativity is boundless. Sometimes, we just need something to spark that idea. Creativity isn’t an easy thing to simply do. But the Internet is great for finding that motivation and fostering your creativity. Check out what I mean What sparks your creativity?

Is it a cool photo:

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Photo by Paul Morris via Unsplash.com

Or maybe it’s a quote that gives you deep meaning:

“Either I will find a way, or I will make one.”

-Philip Sidney

 

Or maybe, a unique drawing gives you ideas of what to create next:

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Motivation Comes In Many Ways

Creativity isn’t a goal or a destination. Creativity is a habit. Your habits will build your creativity.

Success and creativity are part of a daily cycle that builds the life you want. Staying motivated feeds your habits.

Your habits feed your success. Do you see the cycle?

 

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Whether you’re creating art, practicing photography, or running a small business, the habits you create will help you to succeed. It really is that simple.

Walt Disney said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.”

His dream brought generations memories from movies, cartoons, and theme parks. My son loves going to the Disney Store for no reason. Of course just going is reason enough for him.

But a dream, your dream, doesn’t have to be a far-fetched thought.

Think it. Get creative, and build habits that will help you fulfill your dreams.

Wrap Up

Build your success one day at a time. One habit at a time. Eventually, you will fill your days with habits and things that will create your success.

Stay motivated however you can, but don’t let your creativity slip away.

What do you use to motivate yourself?

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Mandala Motivation For Monday was originally published on Vincent Vicari Art

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