An Extra Tip To Help You Be More Creative In Life

Today I want to share some powerful advice that may just bring you a host of miracles. First I want to talk about the good side of having a routine, because my advice today will be talking about breaking that routine spontaneously every now and then. I don’t want you to think that I believe routines are bad for us, because they’re not. Having a routine can boost your performance, especially if you have a long term goal like my friend from Kelowna BC. Setting time to do the same things every day will allow those things to add up and in ten years it’s amazing what you can do. But routines can also be a trap. So let’s talk about that.

To boost your creativity, having a routine to sit down and practice your craft is important, because regular and consistent practice is what you need to work your creative muscles. But sometimes we can feel unmotivated after doing the same routine for weeks on end. Some day’s you’ll wake up and won’t feel like working. Now sometimes the trick for success is to work on your creative craft anyways even if you don’t feel like it, but other times, to benefit you in the long run, you should listen to your subconsciousness and do something spontaneous in the first half of the day. Maybe there’s something fun you’ve been meaning to do like go golfing or visit an old friend. On those days when your routine seems to be dragging you down, you might find yourself rejuvenated and back in action after spending the first half of the day doing something spontaneous that you’ve never done before.

I recommend you try this because the feeling you get is magical. Sometimes all this means is going for a nice long walk in the morning with a coffee. You get to listen to the birds and see the sights of your hometown and it really feels great to break your schedule every now and then. Then, once you get back to your creative station, there’s a good chance you won’t feel so bogged down anymore.


Having a routine to work on your creative craft is genius, but so is being spontaneous every now and then to refresh the mood of your life.

You Are Creative! Believe That!

It’s so easy to look at super creative people and say you could never be as creative as them. But the truth is they embraced their inner creativity and you haven’t. If you wanted to, you COULD be as creative as them.

People have exercised their creative muscles since adolescence while your whole life you kept telling yourself and others you can’t be creative. So who’s really to blame for your lack of creativity? It isn’t your parents, it isn’t the environment, nor the genetics you were born with. It’s all the fault of the decisions you made and the words you decided to express.

Today go to the dollar store and buy some paints. Maybe just ten colors and a brush. May cost you $15. Go home, find a sheet of cardboard, and paint an abstract painting. Just paint whatever. Don’ judge yourself. As you paint you’ll realize that you can be creative but you need to let yourself be. Stop telling yourself you can’t create things. Put your judgment aside and just create. Splash those paints and mix them together to make any image you want.

The truth is you are creative but in order to let yourself be so you need to do just that–stop lying to yourself and open your inner gateway to creativity!

Why it’s so Easy to have Hope for the Future of Mankind

First I will tell you my experience, then I will talk about why you should have hope, too.


As someone who used to dread over conspiracy theories I used to think the world was ending. I used to believe war was constantly growing and the Western world would collapse in my lifetime. I used to look at the sky and get paranoid about chem-trails thinking my own government was trying to kill me. Now I laugh at all that and look forward to a future of wonderful opportunities. This is the story of how that happened.

Truthfully it wasn’t easy to turn from a paranoid conspiracy-theorist into an optimistic go-getter. But now that I’m here it’s so easy to stay this way. For me the transition was sped up by delving into spirituality. I went through a faze of reading books like the Celestine Prophecy and got so deep into it that I would intentionally try to send rays of love at people as if love was a laser beam that I could shoot out of my forehead. I’ve settled down a bit in that regard but I’m glad I took those steps because now I’m no longer one who dreads over negativity.

Being positive about the course of mankind takes a lot more than just forgetting strange conspiracies. You got to build the habit of thinking positive everyday, and once it becomes a habit it becomes easy and automatic.

Now I know as a scientific fact that the world is getting better because, although it may seem like war is getting worse, this decade on Earth is the most peaceful decade our planet has ever experienced since we started waging war thousands of years ago. And now I look at such things as space exploration, science and technology innovation, and I see wonderful things to come ahead.

If I still sweated over conspiracy theories I might look at such things as AI and robots and think that these will be mankind’s ultimate end. But now that I’ve trained myself to think positively I see AI and robots as magnificent things that will make my life better. For example there will be toilets in our house that can detect cancer cells in our urine to warn us of cancer long before it becomes something to worry about. Wouldn’t that be wonderful?


And cancer-detecting toilets is just the least of it all. You should look at the way the world is going and think “this is awesome” because, if you’re a gamer or a fan of movies for example, things like CGI and entertainment will keep advancing, and if you’re into science for another example, we’re only bound to keep learning more and more about the universe we live in.

Today kids in science class are learning about dark matter, and the world’s top scientists still have no clue what dark matter really is. As far as I know it should really be called “strange gravity” as that’s a more accurate title, but since we know so little, I bet one of the kids in a science class near you is thinking, “Wow, maybe I’ll be the one to discover what dark matter really is; I want to be a scientist when grow up!”

How could you see all the wonderful nature and beauty in the world and not have hope for the future? Sure, there are many pricks out there damaging the environment, and surely society as a whole is doing damage to it, but don’t forget that kids today are learning about all this. This is something everyone knows now and it’s not going to continue this way for long. Things like the growth of residential solar panels and waste-collecting robots in the ocean are making it fantastically easy for me to look at the problem of saving the environment and think, “Yeah, we can really do this.”

So next time you’re dreading over conspiracy theories, listen to some Neil deGrasse Tyson as he talks about science and start to think about all that is cool about the universe. You might have heard such things as people believing the landing on the moon was a hoax. Well, we’ve landed on the moon seven times already and soon we’ll be landing on mars!

Don’t worry about asteroids hitting our planet, as we have telescopes that’ll see them years before they’re a threat. And though some animals may be going extinct, there are hundreds of new foundations popping up that are working hard to save them. People are so loving and kind and if you think otherwise it’s because your focusing on the wrong people. Forget all the pricks out there. Realize that life is beautiful and you’re only going to experience in your current body once.

People say you only live once, but I like to say you only die once, so live the best you can!