They like to challenge the status quo. They question why or why not. They tend to embrace alternative values. It may seem like they are fighting the order, but they are actually trying to give it meaning. They recognize the “scam” and connect things better than most people. They see patterns that are not yet quite clear.
They challenge the system
Simply put, very creative people like to challenge the status quo. They question why or why not and tend to embrace alternative values. It may seem like they are fighting the order, but they are actually trying to give it meaning.
Their creativity is periodic
Sometimes they paint all day and sometimes they stay up all night writing music. They happen to occasionally create nothing. That is OK. Creativity sometimes appears in cycles.
They need their own space
If they lock themselves in their studio to work, you can visit and greet them, but know that they need space to do what they need to do.
They are focused
When they run out of inspiration, you will find it hard to distract them. Remember to stay flexible with your schedule.
They may have mood swings
There is nothing that makes you oscillate between joy and depression as art. They are smart and have sensitive hearts. Support them as much as you can.
Their work is personal
They take it to heart if something doesn’t turn out the way they wanted. Any criticism can be considered a confirmation or condemnation of their work and therefore its value.
Sometimes they don’t believe in themselves
They may have trouble implementing the project to completion
Again, encouragement is crucial. Highly creative people experience their work personally, so tell them how much you like it. Tell them it’s beautiful which it really is.
Watch out! Creative types connect things better than most people. They see patterns that are not yet quite clear.
They never really grow up
Creative people keep their children’s curiosity all their lives. Join them sometimes. We are sure you will enjoy it.